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Initial post: Feb 9, 2006 10:11:07 AM PST
Noah G Tutak says:
i have read both books and they seem to exist in parallel universes... which one came first or do they exist independently and just happen to have a protaginist with the same name and very similar back story?

In reply to an earlier post on Feb 9, 2006 5:57:52 PM PST
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Joe Ng says:
Angels & Demons is the 1st book. The setting of this book is started 1 year after the story of Angels & Demons. In the first few chapter in DaVinci Code, it briefly mention the event in Angels & Demons and that Langdon and Vittoria are not together anymore.

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D. Zepeda says:
Why'd they break up again? I kind of forgot.

In reply to an earlier post on Jan 1, 2008 5:13:25 PM PST
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Sumer Suri says:
Hold on, I got the book here...lemme see...well, there's a quote here but it doesn't exactly say why they broke up. Here's the quote, if you want to analyze it:
"As the Citroen accelerated southward across the city, the illuminated profile of the Eiffel Tower appeared, shooting skyward in the distance to the right. Seeing it, Langdon thought of Vittoria, recalling their playful promise a year ago that every six months they would meet again at a different romantic spot on the globe. The Eiffel Tower, Langdon suspected, would have made their list. Sadly, he last kissed Vittoria in a noisy airport in Rome more than a year ago."

But anyway, while we're comparing the Da Vinci Code to Angels & Demons, did anyone hear about the movie they're making of it? Who do you think should be in or involved with it? Here are a few of mine, and please respond with your own.

Robert Langdon: Tom Hanks (great in DaVinci)
Vittoria Vetra: Lisa Kudrow
Cardinal/Pope Mortati: Ian Holm
Camerlengo Carlo Ventresca: Ewan McGregor
THe Hassassin: The man who played Saladin's second-in-command in Kingdom of Heaven
Maximillian Kohler: Christopher Walken
Commmander Olivetti: Brad Garrett

Director: Ron Howard
Writer: Akiva Goldsman
Producer: Ron Howard
Original Score (Music): Hans Zimmer
Director of Photography: Salvatore Totino
Production Designer: Allan Cameron
Film Editors: Dan Hanley and Mike Hill
Visual Effects Supervisor: Dennis Muren, Industrial Light and Magic
Costume Designer: Ngila Dickson

What do you think?

In reply to an earlier post on Jan 20, 2008 6:29:19 AM PST
Just for the fun of it, I would change some of your cast.
Vittoria Vetra: Claire Forlani
Camarlengo Carlo Ventresca: Ian McDiarmid
Maximilian Kohler: Phillip Seymour Hoffman (with a little make-up to age him some)
The Hassasin: Jack Black

Posted on Jun 1, 2009 8:45:08 AM PDT

If you like this novel here is one you may want to pick up first THE CHEATER by Nancy Taylor Rosenberg. Out on June 9th. She is a New York Times bestselling author.


In reply to an earlier post on Jun 2, 2009 1:42:35 PM PDT
Auntie-Nurse says:
Angels & Demons came first & is the better book IMHO

Posted on Dec 19, 2010 5:07:16 AM PST
Was there any other robert Langdon books in the series then or just these 3?
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