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Wild Symphony (a short story) (Picture Book) was the most recently released book by Dan Brown, on September 1st, 2020.

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Dan Brown Stats: The highest rated book by Dan Brown on Book Notification is Wild Symphony, a Picture Book novel. The second-highest rated book is The Da Vinci Code (Robert Langdon #2).

The most read book by Dan Brown on Book Notification is The Da Vinci Code, the 2nd novel in the Robert Langdon series. The second most read book is Angels & Demons (Robert Langdon #1).

Below is a complete list of Dan Brown books in publication and chronological order, broken down by series. The most popular series by Dan Brown is the Robert Langdon Series.

List of Robert Langdon Books in Publication Order

Robert Langdon is asymbologist solving puzzles related to art, history, and secret societies, racing against time to prevent global threats while uncovering ancient mysteries.

List of Standalone Novels in Publication Order

List of Picture Books in Publication Order

List of Non-Fiction in Publication Order

Dan Brown: Biography

Dan Brown was born on June 22nd, 1964 and is currently 60 years old. Dan Brown was born in Exeter, New Hampshire, USA.

Dan Brown is the author of the Robert Langdon series which currently consists of 5 novels. The Robert Langdon series started in 2000 with the novel Angels & Demons. The most recently released novel in the Robert Langdon series was Origin which was released in 2017. There are no upcoming novels for the Robert Langdon series.

Dan Brown has been on Japan's Kono Mystery ga Sugoi! guide book list once. It was in 2005. That year, The Da Vinci Code tied for #4.

Dan Brown is a member of The Nielsen Bestseller Award's 21st Century Platinum Hall of Fame.

Dan Brown: Awards & Accolades

Brown's books have won multiple awards, The Da Vinci Code won the British Book Awards, Book of the Year, in 2005. Inferno won the Goodreads Awards, Best Mystery and Thriller, in 2013. Origin won the Nielsen Awards, Gold Bestseller, in 2018.

Dan Brown books have also been nominated for multiple awards, The Lost Symbol was nominated for the Goodreads Awards, Favorite Book of 2009, in 2009 as well as the Goodreads Awards - Best Fiction in 2009, Goodreads Awards - Best Mystery and Thriller in 2009. Inferno was nominated for the British Book Awards, International Author of the Year, in 2013. Origin was nominated for the Goodreads Awards, Best Mystery and Thriller, in 2017. Wild Symphony was nominated for the Goodreads Awards, Best Picture Books, in 2020.

Dan Brown: Lists & Other Mentions

  • The Da Vinci Code was a New York Times: #1 Fiction Best Seller in 2004 and 2005 and 2006.
  • The Lost Symbol was a New York Times: #1 Fiction Best Seller in 2009 and 2010.
  • Inferno was a New York Times: #1 Fiction Best Seller in 2013.
  • Origin was a New York Times: #1 Fiction Best Seller in 2017 and 2018.

Related Authors

The most common authors followed by users who also follow Dan Brown are:

  1. David Baldacci, author of the Amos Decker Series.
  2. John Grisham, author of the Jake Brigance Series.
  3. Michael Connelly, author of the Harry Bosch Series.
  4. James Patterson, author of the Alex Cross Series.
  5. Stephen King, author of The Dark Tower Series.

Dan Brown: F.A.Q

When was Dan Brown Born? How old is Dan Brown?

Dan Brown was born on June 22nd, 1964. Dan Brown is currently 60 years old.

Where was Dan Brown Born?

Dan Brown was born in Exeter, New Hampshire, USA and is American.

What book awards has Dan Brown won?

The Da Vinci Code: British Book Awards Book of the Year (2005).
Inferno: Goodreads Awards Best Mystery and Thriller (2013).
Origin: Nielsen Awards Gold Bestseller (2018).

What was the first book Dan Brown wrote?

The first book written by Dan Brown was 187 Men to Avoid, published in 1995.

What was the most recent book Dan Brown wrote?

His most recently released work was Wild Symphony (a short story) on September 1st, 2020.

Will there be any more books by Dan Brown?

Dan Brown does not have any upcoming books with a set publication date within the next few months at this time.

How many books has Dan Brown written?

Dan Brown has written 9 books. 5 books in the Robert Langdon Series, 2 Standalone Novels, 1 book in the Picture Books, 1 book in the Non-Fiction.

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    Austin D.
    Austin D.
    2 years ago

    Whenever I read any the Robert Langdon books, I always picture Tom Hanks in my mind as the character. It doesn’t matter if he actually played the character in the story I’m reading or not. He embodies the character so well and did a great job playing this character in the 3 movies.

    Even those older stand alone novels he wrote, Digital Fortress and Deception Point, are outstanding as well. Deception Point is more of a political thriller, and Digital Fortress is more like a cyber thriller, which gives Brown’s book list enough variety for readers to have plenty to check out.

    Edgar A.
    Edgar A.
    2 years ago

    Writing a novel that combines plots against the Vatican, a Harvard professor of iconology, a mad scientist in a wheel chair and an ancient secret brotherhood takes a lot of talent, which I believe Dan Brown has in spades.
    Brown does seem to be something of a juggler rather than a writer as he works with a lot of balls in the air with all his novels. Still,upon reading Angels and Demons I found myself hurled into an almost surreal suspension of disbelief as he introduces the conflicts and intersection between science, technology, philosophy and religion.
    While I love the Robert Langdon novels the best out of all of Brown’s works, I would have preferred that he had a little less bombastic philosophizing and more sardonic humor.
    As for the movies, Tom Hanks did a very good job on all three Robert Langdon novels and is probably the reason why they did very well.

    Andrew M.
    Andrew M.
    2 years ago

    Dan brown is one of my favorite fiction authors, thanks to his bestselling novel The Davinci Code.
    One of the great aspects of his books is the historical elements.
    The author combines mystery with action, science, and historical elements in a unique way to develop an action thriller read.
    Angels and Demons comes with lots of adventure, creativity, and history and is one of the page-turners I have ever read.
    The 2009 adaptation of Angles and Demons is one of the best films that will give you a deeper understanding of the Vatican and secret society.
    The book primarily focuses on the battle between religion and science.
    The storyline is engaging to keep glued to the last page.
    The movie, The Davinci Code will keep you hooked, and I highly recommend it.

    Kyler F
    Kyler F
    2 years ago

    I, like many people, was drawn to Dan Brown’s books after all of the hype surrounding The Da Vinci Code. I picked that novel up and quite enjoyed it, as the mysteries and the characters involvement in them instantly captured my interest and I quickly finished the book. After that I picked up the first in the series and liked it even better. Since then, I’ve continued to read the Robert Langdon series, although unfortunately it has been a while since the last one was released. Thankfully there is also the movie series from Ron Howard and Tom Hanks, which while not totally faithful adaptations of the novels are still very entertaining. 

    Michael K.
    Michael K.
    2 years ago

    Dan Brown’s books are not what I expected. I know people who lost their minds over the movies. I also have friends who think the books are the greatest creations since sliced bread.

    The movies have been sitting on my shelf for years now. I was planning to watch them this year. But I decided to read The Da-Vinci Code first. It surprised me because it wasn’t quite as controversial as I expected.

    For the most part, Brown writes exciting stories about treasure hunts. If you don’t have a strong attachment to the subject matter, The Da-Vinci Code won’t trigger you. Then again, I may change my mind once I read the other novels in the Langdon series.

    Shrimpy
    Shrimpy
    9 months ago

    I have just discovered Dan Brown. Not my normal read. I’m totally hooked. I’ve read Angels and Demons and am now in The DaVinci Code. So full of action and defined characters.

    Cindy M
    Cindy M
    9 months ago

    The DaVinci Code was my first book of his that I read. It took me two times to start it and get fully invested. Once I got going I couldn’t put it down. It raised all those questions about Jesus that I had wondered about growing up Catholic. Although the church stated it was morally objectionable to read this book, I read it anyway. I feel if a person has a strong faith this book – or any book – won’t deter a person on their path. The way this book unfolded was intriguing and very well written. So much so that I read The Lost Symbol and Angels & Demons as well.

    Denis M
    Denis M
    9 months ago

    I love the short chapters and accelerated pace. Where oh where is the next Robert Langdon novel? It has been far too long!

    PeachTree
    PeachTree
    1 month ago

    I read Angels & Demons a long time ago but recently rewatched the movie and thought it might be a good time to reread the book too. Angels & Demons was somehow better than I remembered it being. Maybe it’s something about watching the movie that had me freshened up to become familiar with the material again?

    It really was a fun read this time around, losing none of the luster on the second trip. Loved Langdon and it seemed perfectly natural that he should be caught up in this clandestine turn of events, Indiana Jones style. I feel like if this book were released today it would still be just as popular and be made into a movie again!

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