Dan Brown sees the world a little differently than the average person.
“I wish I could travel for pleasure,” says the author of such scenic blockbusters as “The Da Vinci Code” and “Angels and Demons,” in which secrets and suspense are combined with a guided tour of Italy and other stops in Western Europe. “Everything I see is a potential idea and I wish I could turn that off. Maybe I shouldn’t. But, yes, every little work of art that I see or place that I travel to is a potential idea.”
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