Do you like reading books that transport you to places far away? Books so well written that you can picture these places in your head without having to Google it? And when you actually do, you are impressed by how perfect the description was? If you do like these books, you should read Origin by Dan Brown.
I’ve always been a big fan of his books, especially The Da Vinci Code. Brown’s books not only teach you interesting things across a huge variety of topics like science, humanity, arts, history and religion but also, he does it in a way that captivates the reader and makes putting the book down almost a painful task.
What I admire the most about his books, it’s that all places and events mentioned in them are googlable. They are as real as the book in my hands (I don’t do Kindle). To read his books properly, you need your phone/computer by your side so you can stop every 2 minutes to Google the place Dan is describing so your brain can have a better picture of what Robert Langdon is experiencing.
I bought Origin last Friday and it took me 4 days to finish its 461 pages and I loved it. (Please note that I do have a 9-5 job, otherwise it would have taken me 2.5 days).
Origin takes us to Spain and to be honest, I’ve never wanted to go to this country more than I want now! I can’t believe, all this time, I’ve been in the dark about all the beautiful and magnificent places that the country has to offer. I’m ready for some Spanish holidays!
Do you want to immerse yourself in a discovery journey through Spain, where the battle between science and religion is about to have a clear winner? if yes, then you need this book in your life. If you want to know more before buying it, you can read a synopsis here.
Join Robert’s adventure to uncover the scientific discovery that will shake the foundations of all religions.
If you do end up reading, please let me know what you thought of it! You can do so here or on any of my social media channels.