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August 05, 2003

The Da Vinci Code   (book)

The Da Vinci Code
The Da Vinci Code

Mystery, adventure, brain teasers, riddles, and a history lesson. As if that weren't enough, the motives and practices of the Catholic church and one of its more extreme branches, the Opus Dei, come under scrutiny. The Da Vinci Code makes clever use of little-known facts and historical happenings and weaves them all together into a global conspiracy that is frighteningly believable. The characters are realistic, the plot very addictive, and the author pulls no punches when describing each and every character's true motives.

Posted by yargevad at August 5, 2003 04:16 PM

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