Origin (Robert Langdon #5)

origin dan brown book review
Book Title

Origin (Robert Langdon #5)

Book Author
Publisher

Double Day

ISBN

0385514239

Language

English

Year Published
 

Dan Brown’s next novel, Origin, is the fifth book in the Da Vinci Code series. It was released on 3rd Oct 2017 and no doubt was the most awaited book for the fans of Dan Brown.

Origin by Dan Brown is in the trademark style of Brown with cleverly weaved elements including science, codes, religion, history, art, and architecture. Above all, this new novel by Dan Brown has the most popular character of the series, Robert Langdon who is a Harward Symbologist.

Book Review: Origin by Dan Brown

The story starts when Robert was called to attend a presentation in Spain of his former student, Edmond Kirsch. Edmond is a self-proclaimed atheist and futurist with amazing technology.

As the mass chaos approached, Robert was left with a magnificent queen of Spain in a rush to Barcelona to unravel the mysterious presentation before the night is over.

Origin is the thrilling story of Robert Langdon who is in the quest of solving two most important mysteries for mankind and a ground-breaking discovery holds the answers to them. The revelations of this presentation will change the history of Mankind forever.

Now, Langdon has to not only find the murderer of Edmond, but he also has to look for a code of 47 characters. However, without this code, Langdon and the world will never witness the huge expected change.

These discoveries will make you ponder over the questions like Where we come from? Where we go?. Dan Brown tries to shake off the lands of Religions and Science. The book has covered the most burning modern topics which are contradictory and uncontrollable.

Your favorite hero, Langdon, was first time introduced by Dan Brown in his novel Angels and Demon. Since then, he had his own fictional journey. He was also featured in Inferno, Da Vinci Code, and Lost Symbols. 

The only common thing about this Robert Langdon series by Dan Brown is its main character. Otherwise, the story of the books is entirely different from each other and contains its own essence.

This one of the top-selling novels is a unique blend of electrifying storytelling, historical reinterpretation, and genius code making.

Our Thoughts on Origin by Dan Brown

Not on a single page, you will feel like being bored. Every word will spellbind you and will intrigue you to read more and know more about the different religious organization. You would be mesmerized to digest the truth in such an anticipated way.

The other best thing about reading this book is I felt like I had traveled to Spain and Barcelona. Though I had never been there and that is the beauty of Dan Brown’s writing. The eloquent description of the locations, architects, organizations, and landscapes had transited me to the places where the story unfolds itself.

But as a reader, I must say that I kind of predicted the ending. The mystery was not so strong as expected by Dan Brown and you might also find the plot overly stretched. There is so much happening in the story at the same time that the reader sometimes finds itself lost and eventually nothing captures its attention.

Overall, you are going to like the book and this amazing read will blow your mind off with its intriguing mystery and the writing style.

  • Storyline
  • Characters
  • Writing Style
4.3

Vowelor Review

Fifth Robert Langdon thriller, Origin by Dan Brown, is a unique blend of electrifying storytelling, historical reinterpretation and genius code making. Most awaited novel of 2017.

About the Author: Dan Brown

Born in 1964, Dan Brown (Daniel Gerhard Brown) is the bestselling author of the decade with over 200 million copies worldwide as of 2012. He is best known for his 2003 novel The Da Vinci Code which was later adapted into a blockbuster movie.

Dan Brown’s novels are a thrilling blend of cryptography, keys, codes, symbols, and conspiracy theories. His books attract readers from around the world and have been translated into over 50 languages.

His novels are regularly being adapted into Hollywood films including Angels & Demons (2000), The Da Vinci Code (2003), and Inferno (2013).

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