First published in 2013, Inferno by Dan Brown is a thrilling historical fiction novel that expands the epic quest of Robert Langdon. In the 5th installment of the series (sequel to The Lost Symbol), the lives of millions are rested on the hands of the adventurous symbologist. To prevent a deadly biological attack, Langdon has to decipher another set of mysterious traces and symbols. This time, he dives into a famous 4th-century epic poem, Dante Alighieri’s Inferno.
Sold over 30 million copies worldwide, The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown is a magnificent mystery, historical-fiction novel. It is the third book in the Robert Langdon series, following its controversial prequel The Da Vinci Code. The symbology expert found himself in yet another dangerous adventure to reveal the truth behind one of the biggest conspiracy theory. By deciphering the mysterious codes and symbols, Langdon traced down the existence of the Freemasons.
First published in 2003, The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown is a brilliant mystery novel and a worldwide bestseller. Sequel to Angels & Demons, it is the second volume in the ongoing Robert Langdon series. In this book, the adventurous symbologist got into another perilous pursuit following enigmatic codes and symbols related to ancient history of Christianity. It’s a quest that led Langdon to the truth about of the Merovingians, the bloodline of Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene.
Angels & Demons by Dan Brown is a thrilling mystery novel with extraordinary historical-fiction twist. First published in 2000, the book introduced the fascinating character of Robert Langdon. He embarks in a risky quest to reveal one of the oldest secret society: The Illuminati. Langdon has to race against time to save one of the most influential religious institution: The Vatican. Brown’s prowess in weaving conspiracy theory and factual historical events into captivating story has made the book and the series a worldwide bestseller.
The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger is a bestselling romantic book with an exciting science-fictional fantasy idea. The novel chronicles the love story between Henry DeTamble and Clare Anne Abshire. What makes it stands out from the other love stories is Henry’s unique disposition. He is a man with peculiar genetic disorder that makes him time travel in unpredictable and sudden manner. It’s a situation that makes his artist wife Clare overwhelmed by unease and bewilderment in their relationship.
First published in 2005, The Book Thief by Markus Zusak is a gloomy yet beautiful historical-fiction novel. It follows the story of Liesel Meminger, a young girl who loves and steals books to survive the destruction of World War II in Germany. Liesel’s invulnerable hope portrayed in the book has touched so many readers and as a result, the book has become a worldwide bestseller.