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Illuminating Angels & Demons by Simon Cox

Illuminating Angels & Demons (2004)

by Simon Cox

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Good supplemental reading for a trip to Rome, regardless of whether you read Angels and Demons or not . ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0760767270, Hardcover)

An invaluable resource for all those waiting to discover the fascinating truth behind the legend of the Illuminati, Simon Cox's latest work examines the historical and scientific accuracy of Dan Brown's blockbuster Angels & Demons. Using a simple A-Z format, it provides the reader with vital background information and sheds intriguing new light on the many mysteries at the heart of the bestselling novel.

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Gives vital background information and sheds new light on the many mysteries at the heart of Dan Brown's novel Angels and demons.

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