Angels and Demons
by Forrest Carter

A thriller. A page turner. A plot to blow up Vatican City. I learned a lot about the architecture of Rome from the maps at the front of the book and the descriptions within as the heroes race around the city trying to find where the next cardinal will be killed. The book addresses basic theological questions and makes strong cases for and against religion. We also learn a lot about the Illuminati.

Year Read: 2004


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