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  1. says:

    PLEASE do NOT recommend The Da Vinci Code to me because you think it's brilliant Please do not try to explain to me that it is a really interesting and eye opening book Just don't Please I've read Iain Pear I heart Foucault's Pendulum Dashiell

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    most of us have heard of this controverisal book it takes an open minded person to read this and to remember it is just fi

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    Four stars for pure entertainment valueHowever Dave Barry's review gets five stars`The Da Vinci Code' crackedby Dave BarryI have written a blockbuster novel My inspiration was The DaVinci Code by Dan Brown which has sold 253 trillion copies

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    A 80% | Very Good Notes Excessive exposition and ludicrous writing discolor an otherwise captivating thought provoking page turning read

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    This is a pretty formulaic page turner a fun uick read Written at about the level of the average Nancy Drew mystery it is best appreciated at that level As far as the content there are howlers on virtually every page starting with the hero who

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    A thriller devoid of pacing or exciting language A mystery devoid of clues foreshadowing or facts A tell all of half truths based upon a forged document written by a schizophrenic conman A character driven modern novel devoid of character The second draft of Angels and Demons Page turning action thanks to the literary euivalent of pulling out

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    OKAY PEOPLEsomeone let me in on the gag because between the cries of Greatest Book of Greaty Greatness EVER and the screams of Lamest Load of Lamey Lameness EVER my itty bitty brain is left very So post Hype a ganza I finally got arou

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    5 stars to Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code Most folks have seen the movie and probably not read the book What a loss for them That said I know a lot of people don't enjoy Brown's books believing he is too commercialized and over exaggerated in his style While I can understand why someone may think that I don't agree I love the complexity of the story the reality and the fiction the test of character strength the puzzles the differ

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    Alternate history uchronias and indirect criticism of faith and ideology combine to one of the most successful thriller series of all times Everything was already on the table many authors had dealt with the different idea

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    No I am not No I am not going to write a review about this piece of nonsense just because I had yet ANOTHER of t

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While in Paris on business Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon receives an urgent late night phone call the elderly curator of the Louvre has been murdered inside the museum Near the body police have found a baffling cipher While working to solve the enigmatic riddle Langdon is stunned to discover it leads to a trail of clues hidden in the works of Da Vinci clues visible for all to see yet ingeniously disguised by the painterLangdon joins force. Four stars for pure entertainment valueHowever Dave Barry s review gets five stars The Da Vinci Code crackedby Dave BarryI have written a blockbuster novel My inspiration was The DaVinci Code by Dan Brown which has sold 253 trillion copies in hardcover because it s such a compelling page turner NOBODY can put this book downMOTHER ON BEACH Help My child is being attacked by a sharkLIFEGUARD looking up from The DaVinci Code Not now I just got to page 243 where it turns out that one of the men depicted in The Last Supper is actually a womanMOTHER I know Isn t that incredible And it turns out that she s SHARK spitting out the child Don t give it away I m only on page 187The key to The DaVinci Code is that it s filled with startling plot twists and almost every chapter ends with a cliffhanger so you have to keep reading to see what will happen Using this formula I wrote the following blockbuster novel titled The Constitution Conundrum It s fairly short now but when I get a huge publishing contract I ll flesh it out to 100000 words by adding sentencesCHAPTER ONE Handsome yet unmarried historian Hugh Heckman stood in the National Archives Building in Washington DC suinting through the bulletproof glass at the US Constitution Suddenly he made an amazing discovery My God he said out loud This is incredible Soon I will say what it is CHAPTER TWO What is it said a woman Heckman had never seen before who happened to be standing next to him She was extremely beautiful but wore glasses as a sign of intelligence My name is Desiree Legume she saidHeckman felt he could trust her Look at this he said pointing to the Constitution My God that s incredible said Desiree It s going to be very surprising when we finally reveal what we re talking about CHAPTER THREE Yes said Hugh incredible as it seems there are extra words written in the margin of the US Constitution and nobody ever noticed them until now They appear to be in some kind of code Let me look said Desiree In addition to being gorgeous I am a trained codebreaker Oh my God What is it asked Hugh in an excited yet concerned tone of voice The message said Desiree is But just then the chapter endedCHAPTER FOUR It s a fiendishly clever code explained Desiree As you can see the words say White House White House Bo Bite House Banana Fana Fo Fite House Fe Fi Mo Mite House White House Yes said Hugh frowning in bafflement But what can it possibly mean If I am correct said Desiree it is referring to the White House My God said Hugh That s where the president lives Do you think Do I think what said Desiree I don t know said Hugh But we re about to find out CHAPTER FIVE Hugh and Desiree crouched in some bushes next to the Oval Office We d better hurry up and solve this mystery remarked Desiree anxiously It s only a matter of time before somebody notices that the Constitution is missing She had slipped it into her purse at the National Archives while the guard wasn t looking The answer must be here somewhere said Hugh studying the ancient document which was brown from age and the fact that he had spilled Diet Peach Snapple on it Wait a minute he said I ve got it What said Desiree her breasts heaving into view The answer said Hugh It s But just then shots rang outCHAPTER SIX That was close remarked Desiree Fortunately those shots had nothing to do with the plot of this book Yes said Hugh Anyway as I was saying the answer is to hold the Constitution up so that it is aligned with the White House and the Washington Monument There do you see what I mean My God said Desiree seeing what he meant It s Hold it right there said the president of the United StatesCHAPTER SEVEN and so you see concluded the president you two uncovered a shocking and fascinating secret that if it should ever get out could change the course of history Mr President said Desiree thank you for that riveting and satisfying explanation which will be fleshed out into much greater detail once there is a publishing contract Also noted Hugh we may use some beverage other than Snapple depending on what kind of product placement deals can be worked out Good said the president Now can I have the Constitution back They all enjoyed a hearty laugh for they knew that the movie rights were also available

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The Priory's ancient secret and an explosive historical truth will be lost foreverTHE DA VINCI CODE heralds the arrival of a new breed of lightning paced intelligent thrillerutterly unpredictable right up to its stunning conclusionBonus disc includes Dan Brown's Oct 2005 speech Symbols secrets science scripture beyond The Da Vinci code presented at the Univ of New Hampshire and an interview with Akiva Goldsman screenwriter of The Da Vinci Code. OKAY PEOPLEsomeone let me in on the gag because between the cries of Greatest Book of Greaty Greatness EVER and the screams of Lamest Load of Lamey Lameness EVER my itty bitty brain is left very So post Hype a ganza I finally got around to reading this popular polarizing pop culture icon and thought it wasdrum rollFINEsigh It was a solid read with a slight lean towards the eh side of MEH and few moments of genuine that s neat I don t see all the love and I don t see all the rage Other than the obvious religious flavor of the content it reminded me of your typical page turning popcorn beach read and I thought it accomplished its goal in decent if unremarkable fashion Now I have a strict don t ask don t tell don t mock don t preach approach when it comes to religiousness so I am going to ignore the bird flipping Vatican bash aspects of the story though I can certainly see people on both sides of the fence having epic rah rah or epic fail reactions and I respect that For me it didn t move my needle much in either direction beyond my fondness for the big hidden history mystery which is something I generally really enjoy The plot of this one has been talked to death and beyond so rather than adding one jelly bean to the jar I thought I would just run down a few likes and dislikes about the story and leave it at that TURN ONS 1 Conspiracy theories are just fully fun and I am a major sucker for plots concerning shadow histories and secret people doing secret things behind secret doors for reasons that are SHHHHHHH I love a good conspiracy Find me a rumor involving Kim Kardashian being a Bilderberger and using a secret banking pipeline running from Area 51 through Microsoft to the Saudi Royal Family and laundering vast monies to be used to coordinate the sale of Boise Idaho to a mysterious consortium headed by Jay Z and Justin Bieber who will then turn the city into a giant uasi government facility used for the testing of alien cloning technologyand I am glued to my seat and ONE HAPPY FELLA 2 Knights Templar As much as I love conspiracies in general when you throw the Knights Templar into the mix it s gonna perk me up better than a latte enema I am always in favor of having them show up as a lynch pin to any massive global plot The Knights Templar are like caramel on ice cream and just make a good conspiracy better I had a lot of fun with the rehash of the Templar s place in the center of EVERYTHING 3 Symbology Da Vinci and the Holy Grail the IDEA I thought the major plot components themselves were interesting and I enjoyed following the hidden clues messages riddles and the tie in to all of the famous historical artifacts It was fun I also liked the historical significance of the search ie the big reveal and the implications to the world if revealed TURN OFFS 1 Symbology Da Vinci and the Holy Grail the EXECUTION As much as I enjoyed the plot concept the execution of the story was often frustrating and occasionally insulting I m not talking about the clunky serviceable at best prose as that s gotten enough play without my suirting lighter fluid on the bonfire My issue is with Dan feeling the need to spoon feed me details about his oh so clever plot so that my economy sized brain could grasp it For example there would be a reveal that I thought was interestingand then Dan would exhaust me with explaining EXACTLY what that meant and EXACTLY what the implications were and make sure I knew EXACTLY what he had told me I get it Mr Brown heard you the first time 2 THRILLer killing amounts of PLOD For a page turning actiony thriller there was just too much sideways movement of the plot and some really unnecessary amounts of plod to the narrative Part of this has to do with the excessive hand holding Dan does with his audience mentioned above However there are also WAY too much time spent slowing down to take a look around and where we are and where we ve been I started getting the impression that Brown was trying to hit a particular page count for the book and didn t have anything but filler to loan the pages with This is never a good thing for this kind of story 3 The End Not a big fan of the final resolution of the story and I found it very un climaxy and a bit of a let down Once we have the big reveal very little new information ever really got added to the picture and I felt like my curiosity should have been stroked a few times than it was in the home stretch This lack of satisfying climax left me with a serious case of blue brain Still overall this was a good serviceable mystery thriller that seems tailor made for a warm afternoon on the sand It isn t great literature or even good literature but it is a good thriller a good concept and for the most part fun It seems to accomplish pretty much exactly what it set out to do 25 to 30 stars Relatos íntimos intelligent thrillerutterly unpredictable right up to The Sea Devil: The Adventures of Count Felix Von Luckner, the Last Raider Under Sail its stunning 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S with a gifted French cryptologist Sophie Neveu and learns the late curator was involved in the Priory of Sion an actual secret society whose members included Sir Isaac Newton Botticelli Victor Hugo and Da Vinci among others In a breathless race through Paris London and beyond Langdon and Neveu match wits with a faceless powerbroker who seems to anticipate their every move Unless Langdon and Neveu can decipher the labyrinthine puzzle in time. A 80% Very Good Notes Excessive exposition and ludicrous writing discolor an otherwise captivating thought provoking page turning read