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Dan Brown Books In Order [Complete List]

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If you’re in the mood for an exciting fast-paced thriller, Dan Brown is an author that you might want to consider. He hasn’t actually written all that many books. But, the ones he has written? Wow. Just wow. Here’s a list of all the Dan Brown books in order so you don’t miss anything.

Dan Brown’s books do tend to be a bit controversial, but if you can deal with that you’re in for the ride of your life with many of his books.

What do I mean by controversial? He delves into worldwide conspiracy theories along with Christian history in such a way that has many of his readers thinking “what if”. What if this was true? Or, is it true? It makes for some interesting reading and the desire to do a lot of Googling of facts, that’s for sure!

Dan Brown Books In Order

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We’ll get to that list of books shortly.

But first, just in case you’re not all that familiar with Dan Brown, let me introduce you.

Dan Brown is the American author of some blockbuster bestselling thrillers of all time, including The Da Vinci Code, which was not only a bestselling novel but was also later adapted into a film. You may recognize the name from the film even if you aren’t familiar with Dan Brown as an author.

The Da Vinci Code was actually the second book in what is referred to as the Robert Langdon series.

Dan Brown began his career as an English teacher before becoming a full-time author.

His books are sold all over the world and have been translated into 56 languages.

While there was much controversy going on after The Da Vinci Code novel and movie were released, readers around the world promptly turned this book into a bestseller.

Dan Brown Books In Order Of Publication

Here’s the complete list of Dan Brown’s books in the order they were actually published.

Below this, however, I’ve also broken them down by series so you can see the correct reading order of the Robert Langdon series.

Dan Brown Books In Order – Standalones

Dan Brown Books In Order – Robert Langdon Series

The majority of Dan Brown’s books are part of the Robert Langdon series and feature the fictional character, Professor Robert Langdon, that he created.

Professor Langdon is a Harvard professor of art history and symbology, a fictional field related to the study of symbols. In reality, the study of symbols is referred to as semiotics, s

It’s too soon to say whether there are any more Robert Langdon books planned for this series, but I hope so!

Dan Brown Books In Order – Children’s Picture Books

In What Order Should I Read Dan Brown Books?

Dan Brown’s standalone novels can be read in any order, as they are not related to each other in any way.

The Robert Langdon series should, in my opinion, be read in the order shown above, as these books are related to one another via the main character, Robert Langdon. If you must read them out of order, you’ll be fine. The books can be read as standalone’s as there isn’t that much crossover between the books. But, I’m a fan of reading them in order!

What Is Dan Brown’s Best-Selling Book?

Without a doubt, that award goes to The Da Vinci Code.

The Da Vinci Code has sold more than 200 million copies since its publication in 2003.

What Else Should I Read If I Like Dan Brown?

If you love the heart-stopping thrill you get when reading one of Dan Brown’s books, here are some other thrill rides that might be just perfect for you.

These books, along with Dan Brown’s of course, will give you an intriguing, exciting storyline and plot with non-stop action.

Dan Brown Books In Order – Conclusion

If you’re looking for a fast-paced thriller that will make you question things you never thought to question before, then Dan Brown is your man!

You’ll find nothing but fast-paced action and exciting international intrigue with a few heart-stopping moments thrown in.


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Last Updated on November 27, 2022 by Mary Elle

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