Next Dan Brown Novel Announced

Written by Dan Malone on Sunday, January 20th, 2013

Doubleday has announced that Dan Brown‘s next novel will be coming out in May. The novel, titled Inferno, will again feature his character Robert Langdon (The Da Vinci Code).


“Fifty Shades” Responsible for Upcoming UK Baby Boom?

Written by Brandon Williams on Friday, July 6th, 2012

The Fifty Shades books have been able to repair damaged marriages and now it appears that they may be the cause of an upcoming baby boom. Professor Ellis Cashmore predicts that there will be a spike in babies in the UK next year as a result of E.L. James‘ trilogy.


The “Fifty Shades” Phenomenon Continues

Written by Jenny Brady on Sunday, June 24th, 2012

E.L. James has become the first author to sell 100,000 copies of three books in a week. James is destroying all records that stand in her way, selling 205,130 copies of Fifty Shades of Grey (the first book in the Fifty Shades trilogy) in only seven days. The next record in Fifty Shades’ path is […]


Dan Brown Reveals Few Details About Next Novel

Written by Julie Vegas on Thursday, May 24th, 2012

Author Dan Brown recently revealed details about his next Robert Langdon novel. Langdon has appeared in The Da Vinci Code, Angels and Demons and The Lost Symbol. He says that the novel took a year and a half to research and he is deep into writing it at the moment.


Order of Robert Langdon Books

Robert Langdon is a fictional character created by American author Dan Brown. The character appears in multiple Dan Brown novels and the feature films based on Dan Brown’s books – The Da Vinci Code, Angels & Demons and The Lost Symbol. In those movies, the character is portrayed by multiple time Academy Award winning actor […]


Order of Dan Brown Books

Dan Brown is an American novelist who writes thriller and mystery fiction. The common themes in his books consist of cryptography, secret codes and conspiracy theories. His books have created some controversy with people who consider his novels to be anti-Christian, but he insists that they are simply stories to promote spiritual debate.