What do you think about the book, The Da Vinci code
I just read it and am blown away by the conspiracy. Could it be ?
I enjoyed reading "The Da Vinci Code." It's great fiction, but only fiction. I wouldn't quote from it to prove a point.
I'm a big fan of Dan Brown, i've read all his books, The Da Vinci Code was the first one, i really enjoy the story, but the one i liked most was Angels and Demons.
I just love a good fiction. The Da Vinci code is a slated for a re-read for sure.
Dan Brown isn't a very good author at all. I think that if you read more of those kind of novels that you will see that yourself. I thought "Angels and Demons" was awful, so there is no way I'd read "DaVinci Code."
I enjoyed reading The Da Vinci Code. In spite of the controversy it spurred, I still think it's a book difficult to put down once you've started. Regardless of what people say, it still is a great fiction novel. I even read Angels and Demons and The Lost Symbol.
I think its thriller weaved together in such a nice way, and which raises much philosophical questions
The story is fiction but there are many truths to this book about Christian history and how the bible was formed. It's an amazing read. The bible is the only book in the world that sold more than this book. So to say that Dan Brown is a bad author is obsurd. That's not what millions of people all over the world think. This is one of the best books I've ever read!!!
by Nelle Hoxie 8 years ago
I have to admit that I'm not a big fan. I got to the last 20 pages of Angels and Demons and just stopped reading. Didn't care.With the DaVinci Code, I finished it, but I didn't like or get the ending. Loved the movies though.
by Mark Knowles 9 years ago
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by marinealways24 8 years ago
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by triosol 7 years ago
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