Whoever You Are.
No matter You Consider.
Every little thing Is About To Change.
The stunningly creative new novel from the world’s hottest thriller author
Robert Langdon, Harvard professor of symbology and spiritual iconology, arrives on the ultramodern Guggenheim Museum Bilbao to attend a serious announcement—the revealing of a discovery that “will change the face of science endlessly.” The night’s host is Edmond Kirsch, a forty-year-old billionaire and futurist whose dazzling high-tech innovations and audacious predictions have made him a famend international determine. Kirsch, who was one among Langdon’s first college students at Harvard twenty years earlier, is about to disclose an astonishing breakthrough . . . one that can reply two of the elemental questions of human existence.
Because the occasion begins, Langdon and a number of other hundred friends discover themselves captivated by an completely unique presentation, which Langdon realizes shall be way more controversial than he ever imagined. However the meticulously orchestrated night immediately erupts into chaos, and Kirsch’s treasured discovery teeters on the point of being misplaced endlessly. Reeling and going through an imminent menace, Langdon is compelled right into a determined bid to flee Bilbao. With him is Ambra Vidal, the elegant museum director who labored with Kirsch to stage the provocative occasion. Collectively they flee to Barcelona on a dangerous quest to find a cryptic password that can unlock Kirsch’s secret.
Navigating the darkish corridors of hidden historical past and excessive faith, Langdon and Vidal should evade a tormented enemy whose all-knowing energy appears to emanate from Spain’s Royal Palace itself . . . and who will cease at nothing to silence Edmond Kirsch. On a path marked by trendy artwork and enigmatic symbols, Langdon and Vidal uncover clues that finally deliver them face-to-face with Kirsch’s stunning discovery . . . and the breathtaking reality that has lengthy eluded us.
Origin is stunningly creative—Dan Brown’s most sensible and entertaining novel so far.