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Dan Browns Angels Demons is a jaw- dropping thriller that involves science art and murder Harvard symbology professor Robert Langdon is the protagonist who finds himself at CERN a Swiss nuclear research lab It seems a scientist who created explosive antimatter the opposite of matter has been murdered and the historically famous satanic cult the Illuminati is involved The antimatter has been taken and Langdon joins the scientists daughter Vittoria Vetra Langdon and Vittoria embark on a frantic hunt through the streets churches and catacombs of Rome following a 400-year-old trail to the headquarters of the Illuminati in an effort to find the antimatter before the Vatican is leveled literally Illuminati was a brotherhood formed by Galileo for promoting science but it seems that they murdered the Italian physicist Leonardo Vetra and stole his discovery antimatter As Langdon and Vittoria discover the Illuminati have turned the antimatter into a bomb and hid it under the Vatican City The pressure builds as Langdon and Vittoria try to stop the bomb from being activated Angels Demons is filled with twists and many details This book has a little bit of everything from wild assassins to kidnapped Cardinals one of which may be the next Pope Part science fiction part mysteryAngels Demons is very hard to put down Brown keeps you guessing through the tale Angels Demons is an entertaining story that is perfect for a lazy afternoon If you read The Da Vinci Code this plot will be very familiar to you Robert receives another call in the middle of the night he is taken to see another dead man killed by a secret anti-Catholic society and helps the victims lovely daughtergranddaughter unravel a series of clues to solve the crime at an incredible speed I liked the plot of Angels and Demons and found the middle of the book exciting as Robert and Vittoria break ancient clues and race from place to
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