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Angels & Demons

by Dan Brown

Author: Dan Brown

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Language: English

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Have you fallen in love with «Da Vinci Code» and its characters? Have you been waiting for new eminent works of talented writer? Here you go, you will meet them now again and live together for 24 hours, the time that you will not forget.
Robert Langdon wakes up to answer the phone call. Who can it be, in the middle of the night? Director of CERN, Maximilian Kohler, tells him he needs to immediately meet him to make an expertise. Fax with an awfully killed person makes Robert believe it is serious. On the body he sees the Illuminati symbol. In an hour he is already at the physics lab of CERN in Geneva. The murdered man is Leonardo Vetra, the physicist who was on the threshold of making a discovery that could change the planet and out ... Read more

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...her cell phone from her shorts pocket. Kohler accelerated toward her, coughing violently, eyes flashing anger. "Who . . . Are you calling?""CERN's switchboard. They can connect us to Interpol. ""Think!" Kohler choked, screeching to a halt in front of her. "Are you really so naïve? That canister couldbe anywhere in the world by now. No intelligence agency on earth could possibly mobilize to find it intime. ""So we do nothing?" Vittoria felt compunction challenging a man in such frail health, but the director wasso far out of line she didn't even know him anymore. "We do what is smart, " Kohler said. "We don't risk CERN's reputation by involving authorities whocannot help anyway. Not yet. Not without thinking. "Vittoria knew there was logic somewhere in Kohler's argument, but she also knew that logic, bydefinition, was bereft of moral responsibility. Her father had lived for moral responsibility--carefulscience, accountability, faith in man's inherent goodness. Vittoria believed in those...

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