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The Da Vinci Code 9-12: Lurking At The Loos In The Louvre

Last time on The Da Vinci Code, Robert Langdon came face to abs with the corpse of Jacques Sauniere and promptly admired the dead man’s muscle definition. 1,385 more words

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Why Dan Brown?

Daniel Gerhard “Dan” Brown, an American author of thriller fiction, a songwriter, and a pop singer, is best known for his bestselling novel The Da Vinci Code… 676 more words

Angels And Demons

A(nother) Review: The Four Legendary Kingdoms by Matthew Reilly

Do you have a guilty pleasure?

What even is a guilty pleasure? If we enjoy something… why should we feel guilty about it?

It was the phrase guilty pleasure that came to me when I started reading… 424 more words

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On The Skulls

The Skulls is a thriller film surrounding the topic of secret student societies featuring Joshua Jackson (Fringe, Cruel Intentions, Urban Legend), Paul Walker ( 945 more words

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The Da Vinci Code 6-8 - Introduction to Symbology: The World's Most Pointless Major

Last time on The Da Vinci Code Silas offered even more reasons why he is the world’s worst assassin, we met shadowy bad guy Bish Bling (government name Manuel Aringarosa) and Robert Langdon took an entire chapter to walk through the Louvre in the company of grumpy French police chief Bezu Fache. 2,185 more words

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The Da Vinci Code 4-5 - Never Go Full Brigitte Bardot

Last time on The Da Vinci Code, the Eglise de Saint-Sulpice had its foreign language italic privileges revoked, for reasons unknown, Silas wound down from his last murder with some strenuous self-harm and Robert Langdon turned the Eiffel Tower into a dick joke. 1,850 more words

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The Da Vinci Code 2-3 - Merde de Taureau

Last time, on The Da Vinci Code, we met Professor Robert Langdon, who – no sooner had he scraped himself off the sheets off the sheets at the Ritz Paris, following a wild night of symbology and ketamine (probably) – plunged headlong into a lengthy flashback about how women find him irresistable. 1,829 more words

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