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Questions tagged [dan-brown]

Questions about the works of Dan Brown (e.g. Angels & Demons, The Da Vinci Code and Inferno) or his life as a writer.

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Do the new characters ever wonder about olders muses of Robert Langdon?

I was reading The Origin by Dan Brown, and wondered if Ambra Vidal ever thought about whatever happened to Sienna Brooks - Langdon's muse from Inferno? Or Sienna must have vetted Langdon knowing his ...
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What does “Until a man is nothing, God can make nothing out of him” mean?

I came across the following passage in Dan Brown’s fiction, “Inferno”: [...] their physical being and cosmic importance shrinking to the size of a mere speck in the face of God … an atom in the ...
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How did Sato get the file?

In Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol, Sato convinces Bellamy and Langdon to help her by How did she get that file?
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What is the Grishneshwar Temple Drop as mentioned in Brown's “Origin”?

In chapter 17 of Dan Brown's Origin, he mentions something called the Grishneshwar Temple Drop. ... the slideshow concluded with a deeply unsettling video of an Indian cleric dangling a tiny infant ...
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What is the real “Consortium” as mentioned in Dan Brown's Inferno?

On the "FACT" page of the book Inferno by Dan Brown: "The Consortium" is a private organization with offices in seven countries. Its name has been changed for considerations of security and privacy....
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How was the albinism of Silas significant to the story line of 'The Da Vinci Code'?

In "The Da Vinci Code" by Dan Brown (2003), was the albinism of Silas significant to the story line, or was its purpose only to make Silas more distinct?
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Are you required to read any of Langdon books by Dan Brown to properly understand and enjoy the next ones?

Technically speaking, Dan Brown's Langdon books are part of a series in a common universe. But at first glance, they don't seem to be all that related to each other - more like Fleming's 007 than ...