Dan Brown to Resurrect Robert Langdon in Origin

By September 29, 2016August 7th, 2017New Releases, News

Fifth Book, Origin to be released next Autumn

We have some fantastic news for fans of Dan Brown and the Da Vinci Code today as it’s announced that the author has penned a fifth book in the series! Brown’s publishers, Doubleday in the US and Transworld in the UK announced this week that Origin is to be released in September 2017, which does mean fans have an entire year to wait for the next book in the series.

Origin will follow on from the previous books in the series, The Da Vinci Code, Angels and Demons, The Lost Symbol, and Inferno and is likely to be in keeping with Brown’s trademark style interweaving codes, science, religion, and history in a cryptic tight plot.

While Dan Brown has come in for some criticism from literary quarters, there’s no denying that the series has been hugely popular around the world, it’s thought that there are more than 200 million copies of his books knocking around on bookshelves worldwide! The series is so popular that The Da Vinci Code series has already been made into a major movie starring Tom Hanks as Langdon, and in more great news for fans, the movie adaptation of Inferno is also out soon.

Love him or hate him, we think that Origin will be the big book of next year, and with pre-orders already available with most major booksellers, the next year is likely to rack up a lot of sales as fans await the release, expected on 26th September 2017.

If you haven’t yet attempted the series but think it might be for you, then you now have a year to read the first four books in the series before the new release. Will there be more, or will this be the end of Robert Langdon? We have a year to wait to answer that!

Expect thrills, spills, puzzles, and conspiracy theories aplenty!



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