Angels & Demons: A Novel

Written by:
Dan Brown
Narrated by:
Richard Poe

Unabridged Audiobook

Ratings
Book
942
Narrator
39
Release Date
September 2003
Duration
18 hours 34 minutes
Summary
Experience the explosive, “intriguing, imaginative, and very suspenseful” (Dale Brown, New York Times bestselling author) classic thriller from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Da Vinci Code and Inferno that follows Robert Langdon on a white-knuckled race against time to uncover the darkest secrets of Rome.

An ancient secret brotherhood. A devastating new weapon of destruction. An unthinkable target.

When world-renowned Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon is summoned to a Swiss research facility to analyze a mysterious symbol, he discovers evidence of the unimaginable: the resurgence of an ancient and powerful secret brotherhood known as the Illuminati—which has its sights on its longtime enemy: the Catholic Church.

Desperate to save the Vatican, Langdon joins forces in Rome with the beautiful and mysterious scientist Vittoria Vetra. Together, they embark on a frantic hunt through sealed crypts, dangerous catacombs, deserted cathedrals, and the most secretive vault on earth—the long-forgotten Illuminati lair which houses the only hope for the salvation of the Catholic Church.

“A breathless, real-time adventure” (San Francisco Chronicle), Angels & Demons is an unputdownable and whip-smart thriller that careens from enlightening epiphanies to dark truths as the battle between science and religion turns to war.
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Heather W.

I read a lot of books, but this was the 2nd book ever in my 40 years that I read cover to cover only stopping to sleep. It draws you in almost immediately and keeps you on the edge of your seat up until the very end. A fantastic book by a fantastic mystery writer. My all-time favorite book.

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Kimberly McPherson

awesome book, would recommend to anyone who loves a well written book that keeps you wanting more

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Anonymous

I was enjoying the book but then I am not able to play the rest of it. I’m very disappointed.

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Ryan Q.

Was a decent book, love the historical research the author put into it.

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Paul P.

Kept my attention to the end

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Elisabetta W.

I loved the story mixed with interesting historical information and very well narrated. The plot twists and turns keeps you glued and makes hard to put down. Truly enjoyable. If you have enjoyed The Da Vinci Code Dan and The Lost Symbol like I did you will definitely enjoy this one too. Again I love the narrator too. The only drawback in the narration is that between chapters sometimes he pauses for long time making me wonder if the tape broke or something... lol. Anyway once you learn that it’s normal you just go with it. Not enough negative not to give it a five star.

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Breanna J

My favorite of his books, keeps you on your toes, hard to put down.

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Keri Morris

Love the historical references and information given with this thrilling take. The narrator perfectly delivers this intriguing story of religion, science, and murder.

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Jessica Wootton

I prefer to listen to books that I have already read because then I have the characters firmly established in my head, also reading the book then listening to the audio gives a new outlook for me. I have enjoyed listening to this book, not so sure about the narration, definitely not like the voices I had in my head but I enjoyed it.

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Jason Comely

This is my first taste of Dan Brown and definitely my last. The writing is pretty bad for someone so successful, but the story is pure drivel. About 45 minutes in and I could take no more.

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Anonymous

It is a decent book, but the author likes to make the characters not believe or understand way too much just so he can keep laying out pieces of the puzzle and present shocking details to characters and not the reader so he can again make the character that discovered the shocking details explain it to the unbelieving other character. It is a somewhat small drawback to a decent book. Overall it is a good book with annoying ways to convey the story every once in a while.

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Anonymous

If you liked the movie, you definitely want to listen to this book... Dan Brown is not only a master tale spinner, but the reader is very good as well... At times I could picture Tom Hanks as he read... lol

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Anonymous

The main characters of this book are great at identifying clues using their knowledge of science and history; however, they seem unable to grasp the obvious. Too many easily handled situations were interpreted as conundrums. At points, the obvious solutions were even explored by them, only to be lost as if they assumed the resolutions could not be that easy.

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Theresa

I really liked this book, I think Dan Brown writes a great story. It is easy to listen to and keeps you wanting to know more. I liked it. I had to listen to the first few chapters over again before I continued with the rest of the book to get into it better, but all in all it is a great story.

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