The Da Vinci Code

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Dan Brown is the author of numerous 1 bestselling novels, including The Da Vinci Code, which has become one of the best selling novels of all time as well as the subject of intellectual debate among readers and scholars Brown s novels are published in 52 languages around the world with 200 million copies in print.In 2005, Brown was named one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World by TIM

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  • Paperback
  • 557 pages
  • The Da Vinci Code
  • Dan Brown
  • Spanish
  • 09 January 2019
  • 9788495618603

10 thoughts on “The Da Vinci Code

  1. says:

    PLEASE do NOT recommend The Da Vinci Code to me because you think it s brilliant Please do not try to explain to me that it is a really interesting and eye opening book Just don t Please I ve read Iain Pear, I heart Foucault s Pendulum, Dashiell Hammett is my hero, Alan Moore is My Absolute Favorite, I listen to Coil on a fairly regular basis, and cloak n dagger secret society Priory of Sion Knights of Templar tinged num nums make me a very happy girl but if you truly believe that Brown s stupid airport thriller has ANY right whatsoever to be placed in the same category with Michael Wooden Dildo Dialogue Crichton, let alone Umberto Eco, kindly keep this opinion very far away from me, or the ensuing conversation we have will not be constructive or polite in any way.I loathe Dan Brown I resent him for spoon feeding the masses pseudo intellectual Holy Blood, Holy Grail D grade thriller shite under a pretense of real sophistication, and getting orally serviced by The New York Times for his effort.I d heard that the novel was meticulously researched and contained some really interesting and controversial assessments of religious zealotry Um, not really Well, not by my Merovingian standards, anyway DLet s put it this way If Dan Brown was teaching an Insurgent Christian Symbolism in Art and Literature 101 class at my local community college, I d definitely have a different opini...

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    most of us have heard of this controverisal book it takes an open minded person to read this and to remember it is just fiction but it brings up a lot of important questions about the Christian church, and the loss of paganism and the respect of the Goddess or the Woman I don t care if I am the only one who likes this book it is my own truth, and i will think what i want to think Dan Brown didn t LEAD me or anyone else he OPENED our minds simply and importantlyhe was just a catalyst for different thinking that is a good thingpoorly written or not.if you finish the book you will notice that Dan Brown even makes it clear to readers through his characters words, that he doesn t want to destroy christianity because it has done so much good for so many people, and if it works for them, let s let them continue to do what works for them but find your own path if you were or are a Christian ask yourself about the topics in this book They are so eye opening Jesus having a baby totally possiblenever thought of it before never thought of it is it true who knows Things like this are happening all the time todayWeapons of Mass destruction in Iraq sound familiar Maybe the church repressed in...

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    Four stars for pure entertainment value.However, Dave Barry s review gets five stars The Da Vinci Code, crackedby Dave BarryI have written a blockbuster novel My inspiration was The DaVinci Code by Dan Brown, which has sold 253 trillion copies in hardcover because it s such a compelling page turner NOBODY can put this book down MOTHER ON BEACH Help My child is being attacked by a shark LIFEGUARD looking up from The DaVinci Code Not now I just got to page 243, where it turns out that one of the men depicted in The Last Supper is actually a woman MOTHER I know Isn t that incredible And it turns out that she s .SHARK spitting out the child Don t give it away I m only on page 187 The key to The DaVinci Code is that it s filled with startling plot twists, and almost every chapter ends with a cliffhanger, so you have to keep reading to see what will happen Using this formula, I wrote the following blockbuster novel, titled The Constitution Conundrum It s fairly short now, but when I get a huge publishing contract, I ll flesh it out to 100,000 words by adding sentences.CHAPTER ONE Handsome yet unmarried historian Hugh Heckman stood in the National Archives Building in Washington, D.C., squinting...

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    1 Illustrated Edition 2 , , The Name of the Rose 1980 1997 These books can t possibly compete with centuries of established history, especially when that history is endorsed by the ultimate bestseller of all time Faukman s eyes went wide Don t tell me Harry Potter is actually about the Holy Grail I was referring to the Bible , , , , , , Illustrated Edition Narrow Escapes 10 2013 19 2013The English ReviewFirst of all I hate Action books, thriller and just action novels I hate book would got that much of Facts that can sometimes got the equal pages of the novels events itself..I love fiction ,I adore fiction with a hint of fantasy ,that make me escapes of our realistic, raw, ugly most of times, unpleasant world to another different one..I m a big fan of Harry Potter although J.K Rowling successfully made me read her greedy, realistic, raw, ugly most of times, unpleasant world on The Casual Vacancyand even loving it So what kind of magic does Dan Brown got to make me fall in love with Robert Langdon s adventures Is it his mixing and blending the real historical events with his non stop thriller fiction I know some of the historical events he mention are true and some are not or are they Is it the characters itself The Mickey Mouse watch is amazing touch as a Disney s big fan Is it the talented story telling and the easy swift from a POV...

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    This is a pretty formulaic page turner, a fun quick read Written at about the level of the average Nancy Drew mystery, it is best appreciated at that level As far as the content, there are howlers on virtually every page starting with the hero who looks like Harrison Ford in Harris tweed and is a Professor of Religious Symbology at Harvard good work if you can find it You have to ignore very pulpy, cheesy writing to enjoy this romantic thriller.Intended as a book that a dedicated reader could finish in a day, or something you take to the beach and casually finish in a weekend, The Da Vinci Code makes for a reasonable airline novel, so much so that it is often a bit clunky in its desire to ensure that no intellectual effort on the reader s part will be required Here s a recurring example in this novel a bit of unfamiliar terminology, say crux gemmata jeweled cross will will be explained on page N, then on page N 1, a character will finger his jeweled cross and explain, Oh, yes this is a crux gemmata I ve read dinner menus that were demanding on the reader My wife and I both read about a third of it in a day, sharing the same copy, and that s a full work day plus taking care of kids, bedtime, etc That s also a kind of virtue, I guess it s fast and peppy.As far as hist...

  6. says:

    A 80% Very Good Notes Excessive exposition and ludicrous writing discolor an otherwise captivating, thought provoking, page turning read.

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    A thriller devoid of pacing or exciting language A mystery devoid of clues, foreshadowing, or facts A tell all of half truths based upon a forged document written by a schizophrenic conman A character driven modern novel devoid of character The second draft of Angels and Demons Page turning action thanks to the literary equivalent of pulling out at the moment of orgasm A spiritual awakening built on new age conspiracy theory This book is many things, and none of them good, new, or interesting However, it is an excellent litmus test for idealistic delusion.Upon the first reading, I must admit I found it a bit interesting, but then I turned the final page, and there was no bibliography No explanation of how the author became familiar with all the concepts he claimed to faithfully portray He wrote this book and pretended it was a history book, and then refused to support it in any way And any history you can t check up on is a bad one He s no better than James Frey In fact, he may be worse, since I know people who base their religious beliefs on t...

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    The Da Vinci Code Robert Langdon 2 , Dan BrownThe Da Vinci Code is a 2003 mystery thriller novel by Dan Brown It follows symbologist Robert Langdon and cryptologist Sophie Neveu after a murder in the Louvre Museum in Paris causes them to become...

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    OKAY PEOPLE someone let me in on the gag because between the cries of Greatest Book of Greaty Greatness EVER and the screams of Lamest Load of Lamey Lameness EVER , my itty bitty brain is left very So post Hype a ganza, I finally got around to reading this popular, polarizing, pop culture icon and thought it was.drum roll FINE sigh It was a solid read with a slight lean towards the eh side of MEH and few moments of genuine that s neat I don t see all the love and I don t see all the rage Other than the obvious religious flavor of the content, it reminded me of your typical page turning, popcorn beach read and I thought it accomplished its goal in decent, if unremarkable, fashion Now I have a strict don t ask, don t tell, don t mock, don t preach approach when it comes to religiousness so I am going to ignore the bird flipping Vatican bash aspects of the story, though I can certainly see people on both sides of the fence having epic rah rah or epic fail reactions and I respect that For me, it didn t move my needle much in either direction beyond my fond...

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