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The Da Vinci Code
(Dan Brown)

The mere fact that we are used to reading novels and thrillers regarding religion or early Christianity does not mean we wouldnot like picking up an occasional pulp-thriller, checking our brains at the door, and spending a couple of evenings riding a surging wave of cheesy prose down an implausible course of events that eventually breaks with the bad guy getting to pay his dues and the good guy getting whatever he was looking for, and the girl he was looking for with it.The novel is based on the controversial premise that there is a conspiracy within the catholic church to cover up the true story of Jesus. According to the story the Vatican knows it is a living lie, but continues to hold the same mainly to keep itself in power. The novel has helped generate popular interest in speculation concerning the Holy Grail legend and the role of Mary Magdalene in the history of Christianity. Fans have appreciated the book as creative, action-packed and thought provoking.The book also generated criticism when it was first published, due to speculations and misrepresentations of core aspects of Christianity, the history of the Roman Catholic Church, and descriptions of European art, history, and architecture. But i would say, crticism is always there. Dan Brown?s The Da Vinci Code is fantastic as a flash-in-the-pan pulp thriller. It takes you on a thrill ride, without ever once distracting you with a well-turned phrase or a round character. Its a book with a new approach to mystry and thrills by all means.

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