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Shvoong Home>Books>The Da Vinci Code Review

The Da Vinci Code

Book Review   by:neildsilva     Original Author: Dan Brown
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This abstract was translated from The Da Vinci Code
 
Here is a novel which has caused
many controversies. However, I maintained that I would read it to get a proper
idea myself and I would suggest you to do the same. Indeed, this work is a
wholesome thriller, so intriguing that it will hold you breathless till its
conclusion. Although the story is in a rather doubtful esoteric context, many
statistics provided are either false or were fabricated for the convenience of
the story; the story remains for me an excellent novel and there is just one
complaint I can make. In the beginning of the story, the hero Robert Langdon,
an American expert in affairs concerning Paris,
is contacted by the police chief Bézu to help in their investigation. The
conservative of a museum is assassinated for mysterious reasons in strange
circumstances. What will be soon revealed is that Langdon is the investigator
and the primary suspect at the same time. The victim had an appointment with
him for the following day and had written his name on the ground with his own
blood. Soon this ambiguous situation will be accentuated with the appearance of
Sophie Neuveu, the granddaughter of the victim and also the investigator with
the signature of the scientific police force. Beyond this point, the road movie
begins with will entertain our heroes of Paris
in the United Kingdom,
unceasingly pursuing new levels due to the resolution of numerous enigmas to
the danger of their life. Good reading.
Published: February 01, 2006   
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