Review of The Da Vinci Code

I’ve always been an avid reader and Dan Brown is one author I find fascinating. I read THE DA VINCI CODE when I was 14 and I’ll be reviewing the book (there’s also a movie). It is a blockbuster book which is an unusual thriller and mystery. The fiction went overboard in the depiction of the divinity of Jesus, His supposed marriage to Mary Magdalene and His descent that survives through this contemporary period. It has a controversial supposition about the life of Jesus and the Catholic Church. Those who take it as a challenge to their faith will find the book infuriating. The elaboration of the novel is impressive with some moment of genuine tension. You won’t want to put it down when you start, it gives you a lot to think about. Personally I feel ANGELS AND DEMONS is  more intriguing. 

The book revolves around the indigenous code written in the works of Leornado Da Vinci, astonishing truth concealed for centuries, Havard Symbologist Robert Langdon, French Cryptologist Sophie Neveu, Prior of Sion members like Sir Isaac Newton, Victor Hugo, Da Vinci, etc. Will the ancient truth be lost forever? πŸ€”  Dan Brown has you covered if you’re looking for a way to be entertained that gives you something to think about. It’s purely fiction, so let us guard our thoughts while reading it. There is also a movie starring Tom Hanks and Audrey Tautou. 

Genre: Contemporary Fiction

Published: 28th March, 2006

No. of pages: Anchor Publishers, 481

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