The Da Vinci Code Essay | Essay

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The Davinci Code: a Good Read

Summary: Reviews the book "The Da Vinci Code" by Dan Brown, author of the bestseller "Angels and Demons." Discusses the characterization, storyline, and the controversial topics explored in the novel. Explores the blending of fact and fiction.
I especially enjoyed this novel because it included a lot of less-known information about the Bible, Leonardo Da Vinci, paganism, secret societies, and the worship of the lost sacred feminine. The characters all had different sides, giving the story more depth and reality. As the many secrets begin to unveil, the novel seems to move faster and faster until the very end, where all the major conflicts are summed up while still managing to leave the reader hanging on all the small controversies. Also, the way that there are many stories intertwined in one another really makes the reader think.

There are many controversial topics in this novel, one of them being the fact that Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene. This is a hot topic with the church, as are many parts of this book, making it even more interesting. It's thrilling to read something that holds...

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