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The Da Vinci Code Book Review | Dan Brown | Plot Summary | PDF

The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown absolutely gets five – star rating. The majority of people have watched the movie but have not read the story. What a mistake they’ve made!

However, I am aware that some people dislike Brown’s works because they believe his approach is excessively marketed and inflated. While I comprehend why someone might believe this, I disagree. I enjoy the story’s complexity, the mixture of reality and fiction, the test of character strength, the mysteries, and the various points of view. It completely captivates me… therefore I’m one of those who appreciates him and this form of writing, even if one doesn’t think it’s amazing. That isn’t to say I don’t enjoy the more traditional and well-written works, where the imagery and words take precedence.

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In his early years, I haven’t ever heard of Dan Brown. I had heard that a film adaptation of the novel was in the works and that it would be released soon. I looked it up and noticed that it appealed to the “treasure-hunter” thrill-seeker in me, so I started reading the book before the movie came out and distorted my perception. I’m so happy I did!

It’s quite fascinating. I grew up Catholic, so I was familiar with almost all of the religious details, but once it incorporated art, literature, history, and philosophy, I was completely enchanted by the story. Is it possible that it’s true? Maybe I’m a descendant of Adam and Eve as well! Let’s not get too carried away…

Fantastic story-telling of The Da Vinci Code. This is a short adventure. The scenes and photos are stunning. Brown weaves back and forth between the plots, sub-plots, and mini-plots with incredible dexterity. If you’re not an adventurer, archaeologist, or exhibition junkie, this is as close to a treasure hunt as you can get.

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The quantity of detail supplied for each component, though, was what elevated it to the next level for me. It’s the most intricate of the intricate, relying solely on puzzles to advance the plot. Each new puzzle sparks its own story, challenging readers to question what they know and don’t know about Jesus, Mary Magdalene, languages, culture, and geography, among other things.

I thought it was at the peak of its game because it touches so many different levels of attraction. And because of how tight the tale was, it probably just edged out Angels & Demons. A must-read for fans of the genre, Brown, and before seeing the film adaptation.

Book Name: The Da Vinci Code
Author: Dan Brown

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