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The Da Vinci Road - #MayWriting - #poetry

Left on the road, smack dab, in the middle
In her hands, with a map, she anxiously did fiddle

Trying to make sense, of all the lines and curves… 202 more words

Night Owl Poetry

Why I No Longer 'Love' Dan Brown's Books.

As a child, I loved reading. There exist numerous photos of me wearing someone else’s glasses with a book between my chubby fingers. Reading made me feel smart, and that’s the best feeling for a child when they’re in primary school. 642 more words


How I used Random Name Picker to Choose My Top 3 Books on My To Be Read List for May

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I went thrift shopping the other day for some new books. I don’t know if it is just me or not, but I have these need to buy books, like all the time. 444 more words

book review | Origin, Dan Brown


In Origin, Dan Brown invites us back into the world of Harvard professor Robert Langdon as he races to bring his ex-student’s earth-shattering discovery to light before religious fanatics bury the information by killing everyone involved. 525 more words

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Why I Enjoy The Da Vinci Code (Even Though It's A Terrible Film)

This April I’m doing the A to Z April Blogging Challenge! For D I decided to write about why I enjoy The Da Vinci Code… 208 more words

Interesting Facts About The Da Vinci Code

It’s one of the best selling novels of all time, thanks in part to a feature film adaptation starring Tom Hanks. Here are three interesting facts about… 236 more words


The Da Vinci Code - The Reality behind the fiction

This book has been a part of my life before I even read it. Not only have I grown up seeing Mona Lisa on the wall of our flat (I’m mentioning a very cheap puzzle version of that mysterious painting, please no one panic) every day, but my mum has had the book in her bookcase ever since I was very little. 598 more words

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