Are Dan Brown books easy read?

All Dan Brown books are easy reads. All you’ve to do is pick up one whose title fancies you. His books are real page turners, lots of gripping and tense moments. That said, Deception Point and Digital Fortress are stand alone books.

What age can read Dan Brown books?

Average ratings on the site suggest that parents believe Brown’s book is appropriate for ages 14 and up. Children, on the other hand, approve The Da Vinci Code for kids 12 and older.

Is The Da Vinci Code appropriate for a 12 year old?

One of Dan Brown’s best novels, though due to some violence it’s not appropriate for kids.

What age should you read Inferno?

Interest LevelGrade 7 – Grade 12
Reading LevelGrade 9
GenreNonfiction, Young Adult
PublisherLerner Publishing Group
BrandFirst Avenue Classics

Is The Lost Symbol OK for kids?

Tips for Parents Guides | The Lost Symbol Age Rating – Don’t let your kids watch movies first, it may not good. Either you watch the movie and explain to your kid why it is not good for them. TV-Series. Encourage your children to take regular breaks.

Which book is better angels and demons or Da Vinci Code?

Liked both, but definitely thought Angels & Demons was the better of the two. Both were much better than the Lost Symbol. “The DaVinci Code” undoubtedly deserves its place high on the list of the worst books ever written.

Why should I read Dan Brown’s Inferno?

Inferno throws Robert Langdon into the fire for an Italian adventure inspired by Dante Alighieri’s The Divine Comedy. The heroic effort is a better one than Brown’s last novel, The Lost Symbol, and comes close to the mega-popular The Da Vinci Code in terms of entertaining tension.


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