by | Publisher: Doubleday
Average vote of 1377
| 5 total contributions of which 3 reviews , 2 quotes , 0 images , 0 notes , 0 video
ROBERT LANGDON, Harvard professor of symbology and religious iconology, arrives at the ultramodern Guggenheim Museum Bilbao to attend a major announcement—the unveiling of a discovery that “will change the face of science forever.” The evening’s host ...Continua
Robert Langdon, Antoni Gaudí & Barcelona
Very enjoyable, I had as much fun reading it as I did The Da Vinci Code years ago. I loved "going around" Barcelona and recognizing the different spots Langdon and Co "visit". I liked reading bits of Catalan and Spanish dialogue when Catalan or Spani...Continua
Kin Yip
Wrote 1/30/18
For most of the novel, the "religious" guys seem to be the "bad" guys. The novel certainly has the ambience of atheism against religion (or superstition). Having read quite a few of Dan Brown's novels (always of Prof. Langdon's !), the author's tac...Continua
Wrote 1/12/18
Dan Brown is as formulaic as it gets. You know what you are going to get before starting. This one has all the positives and all the negatives of all other Langdon books - fast paced short chapters keep you stuck to it until you finish. Massive logic...Continua

Wrote Nov 26, 2017, 18:48
... la scienza e la religione non sono rivali, sono solo due lingue diverse che cercano di narrare la stessa storia. Al mondo c'è spazio per entrambe.
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Wrote Oct 24, 2017, 12:42
Preghiera per il future: "Che le nostre filosofie riescano a stare al passo con le nostre tecnologie. Che la nostra umanità riesca a stare al passo con I nostri poteri. E che l'amore, e non la paura, possa essere il motore del cambiamento"

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