Dalai Lama asks ‘How does ‘Angels and Demons’ finish?’


His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama spoke out today to ask the free people of the world how the book he is reading, Dan Brown’s thriller, ‘Angels and Demons’ finishes.

‘I’ve got to the bit where Langdon survives falling out of an exploding helicopter over Rome, but then some tosser or tossers unknown have ripped out all the pages after that.’

Tibet’s exiled spiritual leader says that he obviously realises that Langdon gets through the ordeal, because the character also appears in ‘The Da Vinci Code’ which comes after ‘Angels and Demons’, although the Dalai Lama, like many, first came to Dan Brown through the more successful second book.

His Holiness said that he ‘hasn’t got a frigging clue’ why anyone would want to rip the pages out of his copy, and that this kind of thing was ‘just fucking typical’.

He says if he doesn’t get any response, he’ll just have to ‘buy another bastard copy’ when he next goes through an airport, or maybe hope that the film gets shown on the flight, although he’s only really interested in finding out what happens at the end, and doesn’t see why he should have to sit through the whole thing.

Observers have commented that with the number of people worldwide seeking to take a leaf out of his book, this kind of thing was inevitable.

via Dalai Lama asks ‘How does ‘Angels and Demons’ finish?’ | NewsBiscuit.

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