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The Da Vinci Code

by Dan Brown

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The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown
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  • First Published:
    Mar 2003, 464 pages
    Paperback:
    Mar 2006, 496 pages

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Shiela

I enjoyed this book because it made me look at how my own beliefs have been formed by what I was taught. As a graduate of 12 years of Catholic school, I found it quite interesting that I found new information here. I would say it is a must read for anyone who says they are a "Christian". I can totally believe the Vatican has withheld entire books from the Bible!!
Lauren

This was an awesome book. This book is truly fiction and is very suspsenseful at time. I recomend very religious people not to read it and take offense in it and degrade thisw truly wonderful work.
Freddy

The reading keeps you at the edge of your seat right up to the last page. If ever there were a book to recomment to all it is this one, A+++++++++ I am hooked and cannot wait to read Brown's other books.
Emily

This is an amazing book. Yes, it is a fiction book and I don't believe that Brown ever said that it was suppose to be non-fiction. The plot is amazing and I simply could not put the book down. I was literally up all night reading in anticipation of how it would all end. Anyone who likes a mystery will love this book, as long as they take it for what it is. A fictional work not the bible.
Dick Wallace

I am right in the middle of the book. I can't believe that I can't put it down.

It is one of the best books I have everread and can't wait to finish it.
Alain Luna

This is one the best books that i have ever read and i recomend it to everyone. I is one of those books you can't put down

By the way im 14
E. Abcarius

One of the best books I ever read! Very well written, I plan on returning to the Louvre for a double-take!
Mandy

I loved this book! And I have good news for th others who loved it: it is being made into a movie. Details are few, but it is being directed by Ron Howard and it is rumored that Kate Beckinsale will be playing Sophia and Russell Crowe will be playing Robert Langdon.

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