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Rimayven
07-29-2011, 16:13
Anyone read them? I'm thinking about picking up 'Angels and Demons'.

Weeking
07-29-2011, 16:30
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angels_%26_Demons

It sucks IMO. Also there is a good audio-book of it so you don't have to read it yourself.

Pretty simplistic writing style, straightforward plot, black and white characters etc. That's most of the reason they are popular I guess.

MattMystrieo
07-29-2011, 23:33
Shit compared to the Da Vinchi code I thought. Haven't read the newest though.

Bissen
07-29-2011, 23:35
Read Davinci. Then never open a book from him again. He's on repeat.

Kusghuul
07-29-2011, 23:42
Get the Maria Magdalena books by some Swedish author. He ripped off her books.

Napalm_Enema
07-29-2011, 23:44
Anyone read them? I'm thinking about picking up 'Angels and Demons'.

So you want to read something lame? Super, thanks for sharing.

Rimayven
07-30-2011, 00:21
You guys are right, maybe I should read something nonfictional.

Any recommendations?

Napalm_Enema
07-30-2011, 00:50
You guys are right, maybe I should read something nonfictional.

Any recommendations?

Though 'mainstream now' - Have you read Game Of Thrones series? :ohno:

nizzie
07-30-2011, 01:19
You guys are right, maybe I should read something nonfictional.

Any recommendations?

Carl Sagan, start with Demon-haunted world. :ninja:

Napalm_Enema
07-30-2011, 01:46
You guys are right, maybe I should read something nonfictional.

Any recommendations?

Altered Carbon was a fucking awesome read.

QingWhoseen
07-30-2011, 01:53
anyone read them? I'm thinking about picking up 'angels and demons'.

very very good author! Buy all his books!

Rimayven
07-30-2011, 02:06
Why is Dan Brown so popular these days anyway?

I might spend my money on one of those 'god is not great' books. good idea?

QingWhoseen
07-30-2011, 02:13
Why is Dan Brown so popular these days anyway?

I might spend my money on one of those 'god is not great' books. good idea?

Hes been a good arthor for like 80 years...where have you been?

Rimayven
07-30-2011, 02:15
Hes been a good arthor for like 80 years...where have you been?

Your name is familiar...

Death to Forumfall infidels!

QingWhoseen
07-30-2011, 02:21
Your name is familiar...

Pure coincidence.

screw loose
07-30-2011, 03:19
I really enjoyed both Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons. His writing style kept me entertained the whole way through. Each chapter jumps to a different character so it never gets boring.

After these two I also read The Last Templay by Raymond Khoury, it is also enjoyable.