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The Da Vinci Code: Featuring Robert Langdon (Robert Langdon series) by Dan Brown. Read online, or download in secure EPUB format. LanguageEnglish. Dan Brown's bestseller. IdentifierTheDaVinciCode_ Identifier-arkark://tmk OcrABBYY FineReader With The Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown masterfully concocts an intelligent and lucid thriller that marries the gusto of an international murder mystery with a.

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But the background is all true. It took me about 2 months, because it is a very thick book. He is likable, capable, and goodhearted.

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Langdon is trustworthy, as is Sophie, his female counterpart and love interest. This trustworthiness makes him stand out in a narrative in which the author casts doubt on the motivations of every major character except Langdon and Sophie. Although he is seen as a sex symbol in the academic world, Langdon is clumsy and inept with guns and weapons and lacks resolve when it comes to planning and executing action. He would rather think about codes and symbols than figure out how to escape the Louvre under the eyes of policemen.

For this reason, he is balanced well by Sophie, who transforms his intellectual abilities into survival skills that are applicable to real life.

Langdon, is the main character in this novel. He is a good man who you can trust, as is Sophie, his female partner and love interest.

Sophie Neveu From Langdon and Teabing, Sophie learns that pagan religions and the Priory valued balance between male and female.

Sophie and Langdon form the male and female halves of a single protagonist, and their goals never diverge. In their view, the male and the female worked together toward a goal, without the female being subordinate to the male in any way. Sophie is quick-witted, agile, devious when she needs to be, and physically assertive, as when she helps to disable Silas in the chateau.

But at the same time, she is caring and compassionate. She feels the loss of her family deeply and mourns the death of her grandfather. Both brilliant and sexually attractive, Sophie combines a masculine toughness with typically feminine qualities. Leigh Teabing Teabing is became a good friend of Langdon and Neveu. He has a gorgeous house, as big as the white house. I would almost say. In that house he has a enormous, book-lined study.

This is of interest for their investigation. Teabing is a wheathy man with regards. Soon enough, though, Brown reveals that Teabing is a murderer.

After his true identity is known, Teabing turns into a living example of the way wealth can corrupt. His ballroom-turned-study, which at first seems charmingly cluttered, begins to look like the crazy lair of a serial killer. His jokes turn from entertaining to manipulative. Teabing is willing to go to any lengths to get what he wants, no matter who he hurts along the way.

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Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Having put this book off for years because I detest following the crowd, I finally picked it up last week and added it to the virtual books on the nightstand I. Kindle open books. Instead of the heavy, religious themed read I expected, I found a fanciful tale of secret societies, secret codes, and espionage that kept my interest until the end, far longer than I initially expected.

In a few years, I no doubt will read it again and let the story flow as it was meant, now that my preconceived prejudices are proven false.

I love the fact that Mr. Brown pulls on our shared global knowledge of certain works of art then expands on those with less widely know artworks that are just as amazing, I spend a good half my time looking at Google images of the works he described. He also does what many authors aspire to do, makes the world think, ponder and question what we take for granted as solid fact. As he mentioned specifically in this book, it is the victors who write history, and how many events of all history are either skewed to favor the current ruling parties or completely rewritten to change what was the previous "known" history.

This makes me wonder how much truth has been lost over the centuries too much and just what the actual truth may be. This book has sparked many a theological discussion as well as getting many people who never were that "into" art, interested in the idea that art is another form of recording our past and how art has been used throughout time to support governments, subvert governments, and tell the story of humanity.

Well worth the read. Hardcover Verified Purchase. Usually I never give my kids abridged or rewritten books because I want them to enjoy the originals when the time is appropriate.

With this book, I wouldn't consider it a classic, and I think the omitted parts wouldn't take away from its "rush. I wasn't wrong. This book is amazing.

It is very long and somewhat of a complex story so you need to be in the mood. It is definitely not a light read but it is so worth it. The historical and religious references throughout the book are so eye opening and definitely could be offense to the strongly religious type.

I thoroughly enjoyed reading about pieces of artwork or places and then going to do a bit of research on my own. This book is suspenseful, thought provoking, and above all extremely entertaining. The ending is a huge surprise but the plot twists are abundant throughout the book and will keep you on your toes. And t. This was a re-read for me. I used to have a hard copy when it first came out.

I admire Dan Brown's ability to spin a gripping tale, making the detailed background come alive. Robert Langdon, a professor from Harvard and world renowned symbologist, is in Paris for a presentation. Asleep in his hotel suite, he receives a call from the front desk informing him an officer of the French police, is trying to reach him. After putting the officer off, he gets another call from the front desk informing him the police are sending someone to take him to the superior officer.

And thus starts a deepening mystery, fraught with clues and intrigue, that takes the reader on a series of twists and turns, and murder after murder. The two protagonists: What, you who haven't read the book, nor seen the movie, might say? I say, sit back and get ready for a most different thriller than you've ever experienced!

Good reading. Paperback Verified Purchase. It's been years since this 'The Da Vinci Code' has been out, and I'm sure everything has been said that needs to be said about it, but I would like to share my own personal story about this book. It was around I was out of university and working. I was one of those Americans that didn't pick up a book after college at the time, you know, the majority of them.

Maybe it was because there were no good books around, maybe I thought adult novels were too long, whatever it was, I didn't read.This book let's you know that Dan Brown is quality, and you are going to be glad you spent the money The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format. March 18, Imprint: The title should be at least 4 characters long.

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Please be aware that the delivery time frame may vary according to the area of delivery and due to various reasons, the delivery may take longer than the original estimated timeframe. Sophie Neveu From Langdon and Teabing, Sophie learns that pagan religions and the Priory valued balance between male and female. Though some will quibble with the veracity of Brown's conjectures, therein lies the fun.

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