Saturday, October 6, 2012

Secrets of Angels & Demons Book Review

Anyone who has loved reading Dan Brown's famous novel, Angels and Demons, has found great interest in the arts, science and history surrounding ancient and current Italy and the period of renaissance.

Dan Burstein and Arne de Keijzer have presented the most brilliant and in-depth commentary to Angels and Demons, entitled "Secrets of Angels and Demons."

Secrets of Angels and Demons is a volume of 589 pages of continuous knowledge and detail regarding the Vatican, Rome, Bernini, Galileo, architecture, sculpture, painting, astronomy, the Catholic church, and much more.

Contributed by world-class historians, theologians, philosophers, scientists, occultists, technologists, symbologists, linguists and art buffs, Secrets of Angels and Demons attempts to explore and shed light on the plethora of conspiracies and messages encoded in artworks and secret societies mentioned in Angels & Demons.

If you don't possess the book, you can start by visiting the website at: Secrets of Angels and Demons

I can guarantee you a fascinating and intriguing read!


Lili Sulastri said...

I have not read any of Dan Brown's books. Sounds pathetic, right? After reading the synopsis of this book, I may consider purchasing all of Dan's books and curl myself up at the KLCC park during lunchtime to read them once my audit is over - 5 weeks more to go.

Duncan D. Horne - the Kuantan blogger said...

Hi Lili, you really should do that! The best action read around.

Small Kucing said...


Duncan D. Horne - the Kuantan blogger said...

You're welcome small kucing!

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