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Dan Brown is a renowned American author who writes in thriller fiction genre. He is best known for his acclaimed (and controversial) work – Da Vinci Code. His other thrillers include Digital Fortress, Deception Point, Angels And Demons, The Lost Symbol and Inferno. His book plots are usually a combination of a mythological (or ancient stuff) and modern times, heavily focused on symbols, ambigrams and anagrams.
He does a lot of research for his work (his wife is usually referred as the main researcher, in his books) and hence there is a significant gap between his novels.
Two of his novels are adapted into English Movies.
Here is a collection of review articles about Dan Brown and his work (or the stuff related him and his work).

Inferno by Dan Brown | Book Review

Inferno by Dan Brown | Book Review

We were very keen to read Inferno – the latest book by suspense thriller writer – Dan Brown since long. But we don’t like to present an article without going thoroughly through the book. Finally, we are able to do so and here are our personal reviews for this book. Book Title : Inferno Author : Dan Brown Publisher : Corgi (5 May 2014) Total Pages : 624 (Paperback) Purchase Links : Purchase @ Amazon.com Purchase @ Amazon.In Inferno by Dan Brown features fourth outing of Harvard symbolist Robert Langdon in the world where myth and reality fuse. It is ... Read More »

The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown | Book Review

This fifth novel by Dan Brown was released in 2009 after a gap of 6 years since the publication of “The Da Vinci Code” amongst a lot of discussions and anticipations, with the pee-release reports of it featuring Langdon again and the secret society this time being the Freemasons. Related reading for you: Angels & Demons by Dan Brown | Book Review Inferno by Dan Brown | Book Review Digital Fortress by Dan Brown| Book Review Deception Point by Dan Brown | Book Review Read More »

The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown| Book Review

The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown| Book Review

Dan Brown hit the best-seller charts in 2003, with publishing of “Da Vinci Code“. The success was as much due to the better storytelling technique and tight pace of this thriller as much to the controversies and debates pertaining to its picturisation of Catholic Church and religious history of Christianity. Book Title : Da Vinci Code Author : Dan Brown Publisher : Transworld Digital Published: (01 edition: 6 July 2010) RHUK (28 August 2009) Doubleday; Col Ill edition (2 November 2004) … # of Pages : 498 (Paperback) 2056KB (Kindle Edition) Purchase Link(s) : Buy this book from Amazon (Kindle ... Read More »

Angels & Demons by Dan Brown | Book Review

Dan Brown’s second literary adventure “Angels & Demons” was first published in 2000, but the sells picked up after the super success of “Da Vinci Code” in 2003. Related reading for you: The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown| Book Review Inferno by Dan Brown | Book Review Digital Fortress by Dan Brown| Book Review Deception Point by Dan Brown | Book Review Read More »

Deception Point by Dan Brown | Book Review

Deception Point, though published after Angels & Demons, is in genre with Digital Fortress i.e., it’s a “techno-thriller”. Amongst other similarities, like Susan Fletcher of “Digital Fortress”, here we have story of a woman Rachel Sexton, caught amongst a dangerous chain of events unknowingly and finally finding out the horrible truth behind the entire scenario. On this journey of hers, she also meets a few hi-fi technological inventions in field of space research and a man named Michael Tolland to romance with. Boook : Deception Point Author : Dan Brown Publisher : imon And Schuster; and others Rachel, estranged daughter ... Read More »

Digital Fortress by Dan Brown| Book Review

Dan Brown rose to fame in 2003 with his controversial international best-seller “The Da Vinci Code”. This, however, was not his first work. He made his debut in the field of fictional thriller novels with “Digital Fortress“, published in 1998. Though the book primarily belongs to the techno-thriller genre, Dan Brown’s love for puzzles and anagrams, which he later utilised as a base to build his most successful stories, also makes its first appearance here. Boook : Digital Fortress Author : Dan Brown Publisher : Simon And Schuster ; and Others Susan Fletcher, intelligent and attractive, works as a head ... Read More »