Review of 'The Da Vinci Code'

The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

A fascinating tale of a man who is dragged into a conspiracy and race of truly incredible proportions: shaking the very foundations of the Christian faith. It all starts out with the unusual murder of the curator of the Louvre museum in Paris which then leads to the discovery of a secret cult and their purpose. A gripping narrative that never lets up from the first few chapters with believable characters (though with a few rather unusual coincidences). I found the information contained in the book quite shocking and intriguing (seemingly, according to the author, true). Another great read from Brown.

Rating: “Nearly perfect, but not quite”

Review Date: 2004-11-07

Genre: General Fiction

Publisher: Corgi

Publication Date: 2003

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