The main plotline is based around the organisation called the Freemasons, which throughout the years have had quite a bit of controversy. Not because they may have done something immoral, but rather that no one really knows what they actually do - except for Freemasons of course. People say that they are a secret organisation. But, that is completely and utterly incorrect. They are simply an organisation with secrets. Otherwise if they are a secret organisation, why do people know that Freemasonry actually exists, rather than a conspiracy?
Anyway, onto the review I go!
Although, I must admit the ending was pretty sweet. In more ways that one. It was more of a journey of self discovery as well as the origins that may have come to play for the sake of the human race. It looks at how we have all lost what is really meaningful in life. But instead we are only caring about things such as greed and money. Towards the end there was also some meaningful twists and turns that set the ending off pretty well. I just don't know how Mr Brown is going to come from here with his next book 'Inferno' - we'll just have to wait and see.