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    Posted: May/19/2008 at 8:20am
Do all of them have the same aspect of trying to figure out the mastermind as da vinci code and angels/demons had?
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Nope. I felt the others came nowhere near the first two, they were only average thrillers. Not that they weren't good reads - they just weren't as good.
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Well, i will probably skip them then. My g/f might read them, but i wont, lol. However, i might read Solemns Key if it ever comes out...Does anyone know if Brown is ever going to, or planning on writing a third Langdon book? I would definitly buy that one as well.
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I think ANGELS & DEMONS and DVC are the two most entertaining thrillers I have read.

DECEPTION POINT and DIGITAL FORTRESS are nowhere near as good, although I still enjoyed them quite a bit.

Brown is writing a third Langdon book, and has been perfecting it for the past 5 years. It takes place in the United States and involves the Masons or something like that.

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Well, i really look forward to the 3rd Langdon book, it will be a definite buy, probably leave the other two for my g/f as i have yet to even read A&D, but will soon.
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