I enjoy enjoyed the book. However, I think The DaVinci Code was better. It seemed that the conclusion had to come together real quick.But all in all it was a good read.
The end to this book cannot come soon enough. Unfortunately it is extremely long. This book's storyline is linear, predictable, lacks any kind of suspense and at the end of the story it leaves a question of why did I listen to this book. There was a total lack of suspense and at the end of the book it was impossible to have any kind of attachment or emotional bonding with any of the characters. Lots of clever and ingenious books out there to be read, this was definitely not one of them
I have read the other Robert Langdon books and toward the end they usually start getting exciting and have you on the edge of your seat but this book did not have the same type of thrill. Everything had already happened so the end seemed like it abruptly ended and was promptly thrown together leaving the reader's high behind.
Another Dan Brown thriller, full of twists & turns. I found myself gripping my car's steering wheel in anticipation & suspense, only to (sort of) breathe a sigh of relief. 'Sort of' because there was another suspenseful passage ahead.
The narrator did a fantastic job of (foreign) accents and emoting of the characters' feelings.
Sad I'm done with the book, but will look for other suspenseful & intriguing books narrated by the same person.
Excellent & timely book!
I liked this one better than Angels & Demons. I look forward to the movie to see how they handle the twists and turns.