Angles and Demons by Dan Brown
When Robert Langdon, a prestigious symbolist professor at Harvard is sent a message relating to the death of an acclaimed physicist that whose murder proves the resurfacing of an ancient society. Langdon is then put on the first plane to Switzerland, once there Langdon is taken to CERN and discovers that the physicist killed developed a new technology known as anti-matter which proves the existence of god. Anti-matter is incredibly reactive and could demolish a small city. Robert accompanied by genius physicist, Vittoria Vetra races off to the Vatican in order to stop the assassination of four cardinals and the destruction of the Catholic Church.
This book is incredibly intricate and was thoroughly enjoyable. It is utterly unpredictable and requires your immediate attention. This book is phenomenal it is so complex the outcome is impossible guess. Every time a suspect appears promising the novel takes a completely different term. This book is food for thought and is one of the greatest mental exercises that I have read in ages.
Teen Rating: An amazing book with twists and turns after every page. 13+ 4/5