The Da Vinci Code
A NoveleBook - 2003
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WVMLStaffPicks Jan 05, 2015
A good deal of research gives this thriller an authenticity that can be baffling at times. An American symbologist on a lecture tour to Paris is accused of having murdered the Louvre's curator. A French cryptologist, who is the curator's granddaughter, helps the American not only to survive, but ... Read More »
Fast-paced and densely-plotted, this novel features symbologist Robert Langdon and his quest to uncover a priceless treasure.
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Violence: If you prefer a less voilent book, read 'The Phoenix Files'
Other: This book is full of so much error it will confuse you from actual history and fact. I suggest you don't pick it in the first place or you will regret it.
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"The keystone is well hidden"
"Extremely well hidden, I hope!"
"Actually," Langdon said, unable to hide his grin, "that depends on how often you dust under your couch."
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