Why I like the books of Dan Brown Skip to main content

Why I like the books of Dan Brown

Image result for dan brown hd

We have all at one point in our lives regarded ourselves as bibliophiles. We have all been in a place where we get so engrossed into our literary paperbacks that the reality seems to be a at a far distant from us. You might have already, that I am no exception.
I consider myself as a voracious reader of books who reads various genres since I don't want to deprive myself of the magnum opus of the literary greats in their respective subjects. Off late, I have been reading a lot of thriller books and who else could be better that the 'master of thriller', Dan Brown.

Literally guys, I have fell in love with his books! He has cracked the 'bestseller' code.The protagonist, Robert Langdon, a Harvard symbiologist, who strives to decipher seemingly impossible codes and tasks to save the planet. He is no less than a superhero for me, who unlike other superheroes, uses his brainpower rather than muscle power to get things done. Enigmatic puzzles and a completely riveting storyline of this epigrammatic persona takes you to a roller coaster ride. Most of his stories have a 24 hour timeline which makes it even more intriguing. Having sold more than 220 million books worldwide, he is in no way a novice when it comes to presenting his story to the people (that too a book of about 600 pages) and is the best in the business.

Image result for da vinci code hd book

His book, 'The Da Vinci Code' sold over 80 million copies and even created a controversy in the christian world since in that book, Dan Brown had put forth the hypothesis that Jesus had married Lady Magdalene and had fathered a child, named Sarah. Apart from the fictional characters and their actions, Dan Brown Claims that all the places, art and historical events mentioned in his books are entirely real.

His books not only stretches your mind to new horizons, but also gives you invaluable knowledge regarding art, science, philosophy, symbology, etc.His new book, 'The Origin' had recently hit the stores and has been welcomed by the people with open arms. Though Jeffrey Archer is also a great writer on thriller genres and even way more prolific than Brown, but I still would rank the books of Brown on a higher level since his books go through a gargantuan amount of research work conducted by Brown and his team.

The very fact that many of his books have been adapted into movies with the actor par excellence, Tom Hanks playing the lead role in all of the movies speak volumes about this erudite writer. Even after all this, if there is still an iota of doubt remaining inside of you regarding the capabilities of this brilliant writer, then by all means grab a book of Dan Brown and read it. I'm sure that after that, we'll be on the same page.


Popular posts from this blog

The 2X3X Mindset

Does the title seems to be a bit abstruse. Let me break it down for you. This is something which I learned a few moths ago and guess what? It is doing wonders in my life! This principle states that if you want to double your income and your impact in your organisation, then you must triple your investment in your self-development. 

You can't be progressing in your career if you are not willing to work on yourself and strive to be a better version of yourself with each passing day. What you'll have 2 years from now, 5 years from now,10 years from now solely depends on what you become and what are the things which you are willing to sacrifice today.

 Your income hardly exceeds your self worth and once you acknowledge this very fact, you'll start realising that there is a very urgent need to start learning new skills and be very competitive.

There are innumerable things which are out there in the world which can aide you reach your desired position. Being a bibliophile, I strong…

Pablo Picasso And The Lady

Once, one of the greatest painters of all times, Pablo Picasso was in a market place. A lady saw him and said 'Mr Picasso, it's great to see you. I am a big fan of yours'. He said 'Nice to meet you'.The lady pulled out a piece of paper and a pencil and she said 'Mr Picasso, can you do a bit of art for me? Can you do a bit of drawing for me'? She asked in a voice which didn't seem to take a No for an answer. Picasso said 'absolutely'.

 He quickly drew something and gave it to her. The lady looked at the drawing and she certainly was impressed by his art 'Oh Picasso, fantastic. This the best piece of drawing I've ever had', the lady said. After saying that, she starts walking away. Picasso called her and said 'Ah! my dear lady, that will be a million dollars.' The lady, obviously shell- shocked by that statement looked at him and said 'Picasso. A million dollars? It took you just 30 seconds to do that'. He said 'My d…

Don't Quit- Poem

Since last few days I've been listening to various poems by the budding poets around the globe and enjoyed most of them. But then I came across this one which was so serene and motivating, that I really couldn't resist myself from sharing it with you guys. It somewhat goes like this:

When things go wrong as they sometimes will When the road you're trudging seems all uphill When the funds are low and the debts are high And you want to smile, but you have to sigh. When care is pressing you down a bit,  Rest, if you must, but don't you quit. Life is queer with it's twists and turns, As everyone of us sometimes learns And many a failure turns about, When he might have won had he stuck it out; Don't give up though the pace seems low You may succeed with another blow Often the gold is nearer than, It seems to be a faint and faltering man. Often the struggler has given up When he might have captured the victor's cup And he learnt too late when the night slipped down, How close he …