Widespread acceptance of an idea is not proof of its validity.

Dan Brown

Dan Brown

Profession: Author
Nationality: American

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Robert wondered if any of Harvard's revered Egyptologists had ever knocked on the door of a pyramid and expected an answer.

The man now retrieved a linen cloth and stuffed it deep into Katherine's mouth. Death, he.

How do you feel?

One does not go to Vatican City with one's ass hanging out.

Don't tell anyone, but on the pagan day of the sun god Ra, I kneel at the foot of an ancient instrument of torture and consume ritualistic symbols of blood and flesh.

It is a messy process for a culture to abandon its dieties. Sprititual beliefs are etched deeply on our psyches at a young age by those we love and trust most --- our parents, our teachers, our religious leaders. Therefore, any religious shifts occur over generations, and not without great angst, and often bloodshed. - Robert Langdon.

I think I was a shy kid. I grew up without television. I had a dog, and we lived up in the White Mountains in the summer, and I had no friends up there. And I would just go play hide-and-seek with my dog and probably had some imaginary friends.

Even the iconoclastic poet William Blake hinted that we should read between the lines. Langdon was familiar with the verse: BOTH READ THE BIBLE DAY AND NIGHT, BUT THOU READ BLACK WHERE I READ WHITE.

I'm glad he's staying, the barmaid thought. Although she could take care of herself, witnessing how calmly this officer was dealing with these two brutes had left her a little weak-kneed and hoping he might stay until closing time.

When life is dark, let your heart show you the way.

Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going?

The Secret is how to die. Since the beginning of time, the secret has always been how to die.

The live without understanding the meaning of the world is more like a stroll in the great library of books without touching.

For me, a good thriller must teach me something about the real world. Thrillers like 'Coma,' 'The Hunt for Red October' and 'The Firm' all captivated me by providing glimpses into realms about which I knew very little - medical science, submarine technology and the law.