The chronological order of Dan Brown's books is "Digital Fortress" (published in 1998), "Angels And Demons" (2000), "Deception Point" (2001), "The Da Vinci Code" (2003) and "The Lost Symbol" (2009). His most recent book, "Inferno," was published in 2013.Know More
"Digital Fortress" involves betrayal, the National Security Agency and a mysterious, complex code that would cripple the U.S. intelligence community if released. "Deception Point" continues the NSA theme but employs a different heroine and expands the deception to include a masterful ploy, scientific trickery and imminent consequences for the entire world.
"Angels and Demons," "The Da Vinci Code," "The Lost Symbol" and "Inferno" make up the Robert Langdon series. In "Angels and Demons," symbologist Robert Langdon undertakes an assignment involving the Roman Catholic Church and a secret organization, known as the Illuminati. "The Da Vinci Code" became renowned for its bizarre riddles and alleged clues hidden in the works of Leonardo Da Vinci and supposedly connected to another secret society, the Priory of Sion. The clandestine world of the Masons is featured in "The Lost Symbol," set within the hidden chambers and tunnels in Washington D.C. Dan Brown's fourth Robert Langdon novel sends the protagonist to Italy where he encounters a formidable adversary and enters the dark world of Dante's epic poem, "Inferno."Learn more about Fiction
Some of the top rated fiction books of all time include "To Kill a Mocking Bird" by Harper Lee, "The Da Vinci Code" by Dan Brown, "The Great Gatsby" by F. Scott Fitzgerald, "Looking for Alaska" by John Green and "The Giver" by Lois Lowry. Other titles include "Dune" by Frank Herbert and "Holes" by Louis Sachar, according to Goodreads.Full Answer >
As of 2014, Karen Kingsbury has written several series: the Redemption series; five volumes of the Baxters series; the Firstborn series; the Sunrise series; the Above the Line series; the Bailey Flanigan series; the 9/11 series; the Lost Love series; the Forever Faithful series; the Cody Gunner series; the Timeless Love series; and the Angels Walking series. Each series, except for Angels Walking, contains two to five books.Full Answer >
The Dragonlance book series is quite extensive and includes several sub-series set within the Dragonlance universe. Further confusing the issue, the books are not necessarily published in a chronological order that follows the timeline of the Dragonlance universe. Additionally, multiple authors are involved, rather than one writer like most series.Full Answer >
The first Halo book is "The Fall of Reach" by Eric Nylund, published in 2001. This was followed by "The Flood" in 2003, "First Strike" in 2003, "Ghosts of Onyx" in 2006, "Contact Harvest" in 2007 and "The Cole Protocol" in 2008.Full Answer >