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Ratings and Book Reviews (243 1968 star ratings
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4.3 out of 5
1968
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    Origin

    Just like a great bottle of wine Dan Brown keeps getting better. I could not put it down...even to sleep. The plot worked on every level and as always Robert Langdon served as the brilliant catalyst and quiet hero. I am already anxiously awaiting the results of the next partnership between Dan Brown Tom Hanks & Ron Howard on the big screen.
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    It was alright

    It was good but the book series has evolved Langdon barely solves any riddles he was kind of just there. You could have put anybody into that role and would have made just as much sense
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    Could not put it down. Excellent with twists and turns I never expected. A great read
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    Origin

    A fast paced story exploring both the murky beginnings of life in the primordial seas to the not so distant future as an exploration of the accelerating technological advances which both aid and further knowledge and creativity, but, can never replicate human compassion and love. Love, the defining trait of our species.
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    Origin

    Like all his books, Dan Brown tries to start a dialogue. To get people to think and talk about issues. Man vs technology, man vs religion. Will be fun to see if any contoversy starts with this one.
1968

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