The Da Vinci Code: Featuring Robert Langdon (Robert Langdon series) by Dan Brown. Nominated as one of America's best-loved novels by PBS's The Great. Get this from a library! The Da Vinci code: a novel. [Dan Brown] -- While in Paris on business, Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon receives an urgent. The Da Vinci Code is a mystery thriller novel by Dan Brown. It follows " symbologist" Robert Langdon and cryptologist Sophie Neveu after.

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Comments 1. The movie itself being based on the theory of Jesus Christ's living descendants walking the earth without even knowing about them, and being the 'holy grail' that went missing all those years ago. It tested many theories out, including Da Vinci theories, Catholic and Christianity theories, from believable to stretching the limits types of theories.

At times the movie was confusing, especially towards the beginning scene with the murder, and then towards the end with the race against Tom Hanks' character. On the topic of Tom Hanks, I truly don't consider it one of his best works, as I found him to be really monotone and actually boring to watch at times. The movie was exciting in multiple ways as it kept you on your toes while Hanks' character Robert tried to decipher all the information he had got, while obliviously leading Sophie to her final destination on their journey.

The mystery was really the only reason to watch the movie, as it kept you interested to find out what was going on.

Overall, I found the theories could have been better organized and explained, but it was an interesting movie and I would recommend! Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Print version: Brown, Dan, Da Vinci code. Document, Fiction, Internet resource Document Type: Dan Brown Find more information about: Dan Brown. The murder of an elderly curator at the Louvre soon entangles Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon in a race against time to decipher a labyrinthine puzzle before an ancient secret--and an explosive historical truth--are lost forever.

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The keystone is here in Paris. You need a vacation, Robert. Brown, I am your fan.

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.

I'd love to read the book as well, and would suggest doing the same.

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