Origin - Dan Brown

Origin

By Dan Brown

  • Release Date: 2017-10-03
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
  • Book: Origin
Origin book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 3,281 Ratings)

Origin Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Origin is a great book. Our editors rated it with a top 5 stars.

User reviews about the book

  • My new favorite!

    5
    By AZfunDevil
    Amazballs!!! Soooo many references to research that enhanced reading experience. Can’t wait TJ read it 2nd, 3rd, 4th time!
  • Once Again

    5
    By 1mauiboy
    Not surprising ....Dan Brown delivers yet another thought provoking thriller ! Bravo Dan !!
  • Best of the best

    5
    By Jesjaz
    I loved this book as I do of all dan brown’s works. Can’t wait for the next one!
  • Captivating and thrilling

    4
    By HMGuiot
    This is not masterpiece in literature, but Brown’s stories are always intriguing, appealing, and fun to read. I enjoyed the recollections of some of my favorite places in Spain (Bilbao and Barcelona). I just finished this one and I am already looking forward to reading Professor Langdon’s next adventure...
  • Excellent!

    5
    By rakboat1
    To date, this is my favorite Dan Brown novel...amazing story telling from the beginning to the end. Awesome!
  • Origins

    5
    By hcclc
    As ever and even more so, I so loved this book, this author is everything. Origins enveloped me from the beginning. In the middle I knew I had to leave everything else aside and could not put this book down. It never let me down as I completed reading till the end. Now I have much to think about and I need to visit Barcelona and walk the steps and see the sights as brilliantly written by Dan Brown. Linda Connally
  • Most Excellent Story

    5
    By d2daniela
    When reading book after book like I do, the truly great ones really stand out! This is the best book I’ve read since I’ve read Night Train to Lisbon last year!
  • Self indulgent tripe

    1
    By DSB111
    Do not waste your time.
  • Origin

    4
    By ja.nichols
    Very exasperating. It took 2/3rds of the book just to get the passcode. It was like reading Robert Jordan in that regard . Overall I am amazed at the answer the book gave in answer to deep questions( where we from and where we are going). I personally am a religionist. So I agree with Professor Langdon’s answer in patterns and codes
  • Origin

    3
    By stone crap
    Typical Dan Brown, so, should be liked by his fans. A little predictable for me but as always, quite educational.

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