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Origin by Dan Brown
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it was amazing

I first read this book after my brother purchased it shortly after it came out. Personally, I found it to be one of Robert Langdon's best adventures yet. The book is fast-paced, interesting, and takes the reader on a journey all across Spain and takes the reader into the world of technology and science as in many of Dan Brown's past novels.

I especially like the character "Winston" in order to not spoil the book for those who have not yet read it I won't be saying exactly why - only that Winston is an "unusual character" even for Dan Brown. The story also contains an underlying message of positivity of a scientific future but underlines the dangers of a world where politics and religious fanaticism pose a great threat to the future.

The character Edmond Keirsh is intriguing and even humorous at times with and my readers. Personally, I relate to him a great deal given what is revealed about him later in the story - hopefully, my fan will catch the hint.

I highly recommend this book and it is my favorite of all Dan Brown's books so far. 5 stars and well earned.

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December 29, 2020 – Shelved

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