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Because, aviously…

The world came to know Professor Robert Langdon in Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code, even though that was the second book in the series, after the amazing Angels & Demons.

Now, after the Professor of symbology, made famous(er) by Tom Hanks, has explored CERN, Da Vinci, the Freemasons, and Dante, they come to face the age-old questions of “Where do we come from?” and “Where are we going?”, and how religions center around those questions.

The scene is Spain, and all the Kings horses and men are focused on Edmond Kirsch, the Elon Musk of Langdon’s world (even though Musk exists as well), as he looks to unveil his newest prediction about the future of the world.
His previous predictions have all come true, and his high-tech inventions are things of the future, including Watson, his “Alexa/Siri” that will top all other virtual assistants.

Brown takes us on another fresh adventure, as another “ready for the movie” book hits all airport shelves, getting an 8 out of 10.

 

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