Title: The Da Vinci Code
Author: Dan Brown
As of now, this is the only book that I can read over and over again. I’m not really a fan of re-reading books because for me, knowing the ending spoils the whole thing.
Nevertheless, this book is really different. It can give you gush of different emotions from being surprised, bored (I hate it when the setting is about Silas, the albino monk who killed the 4 most important people in Priory of Sion), thrilled, excited, curious, bewildered and a lot more.
The story was just so addicting and you will definitely be drawn to it from the first few pages.
It’s also very controversial because it tackled one of the most influential images in the world which is the work of Leonardo Da Vinci which also subtly discusses about Jesus Christ – which made it even more intriguing.
A fact or a fiction? That will always be the biggest issue and only the author can answer that question.
Just one phrase: One Hell of a Book!
An excellent read, but it’s truly SAD to think that some readers assume that Dan Brown’s contrived history is factual and would even base their spiritual beliefs on a book of fiction. Just read some of the other reviews to see what I’m talking about. It reminds of the guy who watched too many episodes of Highlander and decided he was an immortal!
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