ORIGIN: DAN BROWN’S NEW BOOK TO HIT THE SHELVES IN OCTOBER 3RD. 

Pure genius. Dan Brown has to be one of the best, smartest and most accomplished writers in the world. The more I read, the more I had to read. He knows how to build a world that is rich in fascinating detail, and I couldn’t get enough of it. Mr. Brown, I am your big fan. 

Well,

Robert Langdon is back for another adventure in Dan Brown’s Origin.

And this time the Harvard symbologist is traveling to brand new settings in Spain — as teased by the mouthwatering trailer above — where he will be working to solve a mystery that involves two of humanity’s biggest questions:

Where do we come from?

Where are we going?

Much like in his previous books featuring the character (Angels & DemonsThe Da Vinci CodeThe Lost Symbol, and Inferno), Brown will incorporate codes, symbols, history, and architecture, while touching upon themes in science, religion, and art. Only Origin offers a new twist: the art he’ll be featuring will be modern, and the science will focus on cutting-edge technology.

The official cover of the book is:

Origin
The Cover of the Dan Brown’s Book, Origin

The book hits the shelves in October 3, 2017. You can preorder yours now.

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