Book Review: Origin by Robert Langdon

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This time, Dan Brown has set up his novel in Spain, where he will be found unlocking a password. The password in question hides answers to two mysterious questions pertaining to our origin and our final destination.

Origin, the fifth in the bestselling book series by Dan Brown, is another high octane work or words by renowned actor Dan Brown. He has once again penned an edge-of-the-seat thriller featuring the adventures of his popular character – Robert Langdon. The latest offering in the hit Langdon has sketched a spellbinding Avatar of its protagonist, who will be seen solving architectural puzzles, making unthinkable revelations and teasing the baddies with almost last second escapes.

This time, Dan Brown has set up his novel in Spain, where he will be found unlocking a password. The password in question hides answers to two mysterious questions pertaining to our origin and our final destination.

The plot of Origin by Dan Brown transverses through the nooks and corners of Guggenheim Museum and the spires of Gaudi’s La Sagrada Familia. His amazing prowess into creating a spellbinding stories out of ancient and somewhat mysterious creature has been mesmerizing readers for quite a while now. Like his previous works, this too is an adrenaline-pumping work, which is bound to take the readers though a breathtaking revelations of ancient structures.

Though most part of Origin by Dan Brown features the same recipe, there is some difference in Langdon’s in the sense that this time Langdon voluntarily jumped into the expedition rather than a forced involvement. This time, he would also have a beautiful lady making it more interesting. Rest is lying intact in the exciting book. Read and enjoy. Recommended for the lovers of Robert Langdon adventure lovers.

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