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The Da Vinci Code: Book Review

“The Da Vinci Code” is a story of the cryptographer “Sophie” and symbologist “Robert Langdon” and their more up than down journey for the “Holy Grail” from Louvre in Paris to the historic (Legendary?) Roslyn Chapel in Scotland, through West Minister, with a quick stopover at Depositary bank of Zurich, helped by a knight of the empire ( Sir Lee Teabing), with an agenda and an albino hench-man who isn’t beyond using meaningless pain and violence, even on himself. 263 more words


La chiesetta di Roslin e il Castello, o di tutto ciò che non ha detto Dan Brown...

…. non ha detto che la chiesetta è un capolavoro bellissimo, intarsiato come nessuna costruzione gotica (purtroppo all’interno non si possono fare foto), circondata dai resti di un castello favoloso e da prati di margheritine semplicemente straordinari….

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My Summer To Be Read List

Hey guys!!

So today I would like to share with you my summer tbr list, I shared the first few books on the list in a recent Top Ten Tuesday post, that you can view… 162 more words

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Summer 2015 reading list (suggestions welcome!)

This is just a list of things I hope to read over the next seven weeks or so. I’m very much open to reading recommendations, especially contemporary fiction! 126 more words


Inferno by Dan Brown - Book Review

Dan Brown’s most recent Robert Langdon mystery-thriller entertains, but ultimately falls apart under its elaborate plot twists.

Robert Langdon, the Harvard professor of religious iconology and symbology, made famous in… 476 more words




Celebrated author of world bestsellers The Da Vinci Code,Angels & Demons, and The Lost Symbol, Dan Brown presents to the world this thriller, set in the heart of Italy. 41 more words

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The da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

(Beebs, this one’s for you!)
Let me start out by saying that this book was everything I didn’t think it would be. By that, I mean that it was talked up so much to me by others that I didn’t really care for the vague concept described to me. 519 more words