Again a good book which must have cost a lot of research. The Artificial Intelligence aspect is very good but can also be disturbing to some readers. Since the book is a "fight" between religion and science it might get some readers on the wrong track. All in all great reading again.....
The descriptive yet fluid writing style remains, as Dr. Robert Langdon is injected, once again, into a religion laden firestorm of quick-fire events. Somehow, by marrying the advent of AI with nature’s evolution, Dan Brown found himself stripped from the rich lustre of imagination that only mysticism can provide.
I loved reading this but at some times found it too lengthy. The scientific explanations can’t be brief of course and what a exiting story it is. Fact or fiction, does it matter? It helps to rethink what might be in store for us in the future. The conclusion is very plausible.
I tried talking to my colleagues about what I discovered but they didn’t really want to talk about the too-far-away future possibilities. Or a world without religion.