Angels and Demons by Dan Brown

Another great book review by Brooke Nelson. I have read Dan Brown’s Angels and Demons. Although there is definitely a necessary leap of faith for the reader in this book.

Brooke Nelson

Now that I’m thinking about it, I’m pretty sure the first time I read this book, I didn’t read the entire thing. It’s an odd thought, because now, I would absolutely never DNF this, but I guess that just speaks to how tastes change over the years.

As of today,Angels and Demonsis easily one of my favorite books. The constant action and simplistic writing style blend together perfectly into a fascinating story of non-stop questions and clues.

The characters felt real, and I connected with many of them, whether that be through their personality, their work, or some other trait. The story was written in such a way that I never wanted to stop reading. (I think I read it faster than I’ve read a book in a long time.)

The writing style is straightforward. Extra fluff is never used to add to the word count…

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