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The Da Vinci Code | Paperback

Released on 01 April 2004

Author: Dan Brown | Format: Paperback

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Robert Langdon, Harvard Professor of symbology, receives an urgent late-night call while in Paris: the curator of the Louvre has been murdered. Alongside the body is a series of baffling ciphers. Langdon and a gifted French cryptologist, Sophie Neveu, are stunned to find a trail that leads to the works of Da Vinci - and further. The curator, part of a secret society named the Priory of Sion, may have sacrificed his life to keep secret the location of a vastly important religious relic hidden for centuries. It appears that the clandestine Vatican-sanctioned Catholic sect Opus Dei has now made its move. Unless Landon and Neveu can decipher the labyrinthine code and quickly assemble the pieces of the puzzle, the Priory's secret - and a stunning historical truth - will be lost forever.

With global sales of over 40 million, Da Vinci code continues to enthral readers around the World

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 Seen the movie first, read the book after

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I know, I've done it the other way round but enjoyed the movie more in this way. Have to read now Angels and Demons and I have been told it is even better.

 Don't listen to Monkeydave!!

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Really enjoyed this.

Its a good book despite what monkeydave says below. Personally, i think anyone with half a brain knows that a lot of the assumptions made by dan brown are quantum leaps from the historical facts.

It is only fair however to point out that there are a lot of facts in this book that are actually correct. If like me you don't take everything you read at face value and try to understand issues from a variety of sources (not just a fictional novel) then just take this book for what it is which, lets face it, is an engrossing read.

 One of the best books i have ever read

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Years from now when everyone has gotten over the controversy of the plot this book will be considered a classic. It has a great plot with many unexpected twists and turns. I could not put it down when i was reading it. An absolutely amazing book if you can look past the whole controversy thing. Not for the overly religious

 "Priory of Sion vs. Opus Dei"

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A fantastic novel from Dan Brown which is completely gripping throughout. Dan Brown has such a fluent way with words although he is describing history or events that are fairly complex and would in any other book possibly be quite daunting. This is one of my favourite books, and from all of them that I have read, I must say Dan Brown's research is absolutely thorough and he does not let himself down in any of his books. Brilliant author, brilliant book. +-

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Not as good as 'Angels and Deamons' but in it's own right is an astonishing read and a must own. Religious or not you simply have to read this book!

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AuthorDan Brown
PublisherTransworld Publishers Ltd (UK)
Formatpaperback - 560 Pages