SUMMARY Í Origin by Dan Brown


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SUMMARY Í Origin by Dan Brown ´ Robert Langdon Harvard professor of symbology arrives at the ultramodern Guggenheim Museum Bilbao to attend the unveiling of a discovery that will change the face of science forever The evening's host is Edmond Kirsch a forty year old billionaire and futurist and one of Langdon's first studentsBut the meticulously orcheEvening suddenly erupts into chaos and Kirsch's precious discovery teeters on the brink of being lost forever Facing an imminent threat Langdon is forced to flee With him is Ambra Vidal the elegant museum director who worked with Kirsch They travel to Barcelona on a perilous uest to locate a cryptic password that will unlock Ki. C 59% | Very Unsatisfactory Notes Smug and sterile it refuses to get to the point all idle talk and touristy tidbits it's a dumb book that thinks it's smart

Origin by Dan BroEvening suddenly erupts into chaos and Kirsch's precious discovery teeters on the brink of being lost forever Facing an imminent threat Langdon is forced to flee With him is Ambra Vidal the elegant museum director who worked with Kirsch They travel to Barcelona on a perilous uest to locate a cryptic password that will unlock Ki. C 59% | Very Unsatisfactory Notes Smug and sterile it refuses to get to the point all idle talk and touristy tidbits it's a dumb book that thinks it's smart

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Origin by Dan Brown ´ Robert Langdon Harvard professor of symbology arrives at the ultramodern Guggenheim Museum Bilbao to attend the unveiling of a discovery that will change the face of science forever The evening's host is Edmond Kirsch a forty year old billionaire and futurist and one of Langdon's first studentsBut the meticulously orchestrated. Where do we come fromWhere are we going Yes it's the new Dan Brown book Yes it's pulpy and ridiculous But I have to say it it was really entertaining too The thing about Brown is that he's a mediocre at best writer with really fascinating ideas If you spend too much time analysing individual scenes and sentences then you're going to start to see the cracks big and small Big cracks like world renowned scientists jumping to ludicrous conclusions and small cracks like world renowned scientists suddenly knowing nothing about a subject so that Robert Langdon can inform them and the reader of some exciting tidbitAnd Langdon himself must be the stupidest genius ever written He knows absolutely everything about everything until it's convenient for him to not know something so someone can explain it to him BUT for some reason Brown's plots and codes and puzzles are interesting enough to kind of make it okay At least for me I love all the information about history science and religion I love how you can look up the organizations mentioned and find that they are all real It's very much a plot over writing book but sometimes that can be exactly what you need Mindless pageturning entertainmentIn Origin famous scientist and billionaire Edmond Kirsch is about to make a world changing announcement His research and technology have led him to make a discovery about the origin of humankind as well as their future destiny that will shake the foundations of the world tear apart religions and change absolutely everything He has essentially found answers to the two uestions Where do we come from and Where are we goingIt's hard not to be drawn in by these universal uestions Then when the announcement event goes horribly wrong and it seems his discovery might be buried forever Robert Langdon and Ambra Vidal must go on a clue solving code breaking spree across Spain to uncover Kirsch's discovery Throughout all I could think was what could his discovery be It would need to be something dramatic enough something with impact and well personally I loved the reveal Fake news now carries as much weight as real news Origin draws on current events and hot topics to make it relevant to today's world Brown touches on subjects like fake news the advancement of technology and artificial intelligence and the dark corners of the Internet He may not be an amazing writer whatever that means but he does play on universal thoughts fears and uestions It makes for a very compelling taleI wouldn't recommend this to anyone looking for excellent writing well developed characters and a whole lot of sense making But if you want to sprint through an almost 500 page novel at breakneck pace and escape from thinking for a while then it is very enjoyable Blog | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Youtube READ & DOWNLOAD Ò PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Þ Dan Brown

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Dan Brown Þ 0 SUMMARY Rsch's secretNavigating the dark corridors of hidden history and extreme re ligion Langdon and Vidal must evade an enemy whose all knowing power seems to emanate from Spain's Royal Palace They uncover clues that ultimately bring them face to face with Kirsch's shocking discoveryand the breathtaking truth that has long eluded us. When A H woke up this morning at the crack of dawn she was in no way prepared for the absolute dismay she would have to face during the day As she pulled her long black hair into a bun she contemplated the decision she had made the previous night She had decided bravely to read Dan Brown's new treatise on the amalgamation of history and technology religion and science As she thumbed through the massive tome she was despite her initial trepidation caught unawares of how crummy the book was going to be You see in this opus Anuradha had to face her worst enemy yet Purple prose coupled with a storyline so dreadful she had to prod herself into finishing it Anuradha was no uitter She had endured much worse before As she boarded the metro for her morning class she looked at her reflection in the window of the train and sighed Today was going to be a long day It was in no way going to help the bags under her eyes but she knew she had to do it She had to prove it to herself if nothing else It was like nothing she had read before She read in horror as she saw Langdon fly into his white male saviour mode and try and save the world in a day If he can save the world in one day I can read this book in the same time she reflected She had read enough of Brown's books to know that her troubles had only just began She chuckled to herself wisely knowingly She knew what was coming and she was prepared for it At the same time she couldn't help but wonder how much preparation was enough preparation She took deep calming breaths and trudged along She gave a small yelp of pain as she read about every leap jump explosion care chase and art piece mentioned Great there has to be JARVIS in this she muttered to herself as her neighbour looked at her with disgust Little did he know about exactly how much was at stake She groaned as she read about the uintessential assassin the hot lady her other love interest and the old fashioned people determined to hurt Langdon She gave an inward chuckle when she concluded that of course Langdon wouldn't be the one hurt Little by little she started piecing the plot together when alas she had to get down for her class Her German class though usually interesting held little interest for her today All she wanted was time to figure out who the villain was and to know if her prediction was right But as it had to on such a crucial day time was a total shrew Anuradha practically ran out of the class her arms and legs flailing around her She didn't find a seat on the way back so she had to manage standing It was okay Everything would be okay if she was right I can bet that view spoilerJARVIS hide spoiler