Dan Brown launches trailer of Robert Langdon adventure novel ‘Origin’

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The trailer starts with an introduction to bestselling novels of the author

Author Dan Brown has revealed the first trailer of his latest novel titled Origin, which will hit the stores across the world on October 3.

The trailer starts with an introduction to bestselling novels of the author and the places set for the unveiling of the story. The new book, the trailer said, is set in Spain’s most sought-after cities such as Bilbao, Madrid, Seville, and Barcelona.

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Dan Brown made the announcement about his new book last year, just giving a bare minimum detail – the protagonist, like always Robert Langdon and the title. The fans of Dan Brown expect his signature narrative style abundant with twists and unexpected revelations.

According to Brown’s publisher Doubleday, Origin will have a Browns trademark elements such as codes, science, religion, history, art, and architecture, but this time giving a new perspective.

Doubleday said in a statement, “The art is modern and the science taps into the coolest cutting-edge technology available today.”

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If Brown become successful in taking his readers into the zenith of twists and suspense as his protagonist Robert Langdon moves around Spain searching for clues, Origin will make it to the top list of bestsellers this year and add another feather to Brown’s cap.

Brown had earlier tweeted, “I secretly spent a lot of time in Spain over the last few years. This ORIGIN book trailer reveals why.”

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The Da Vinci Code, Inferno, The Lost Symbol, Angels & Demons, Deception Point and Digital Fortress are some of Dan Brown’s international bestsellers. His first four books had Robert Langdon as the chief character.

The first trailer of the novel ends with two daunting questions:

Where do we come from?

Where are we going?