The Da Vinci Code - Chapter 39, 40, 41 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 39, 40, 41 Summary

Back in his room, Silas is fuming over the fact that he was deceived. He thought he was close to achieving his mission but it was all a farce. Silas has not reported in to the Teacher. Rather, he sits thinking that killing the nun would most likely complicate things for him. He knows he has put the Bishop at risk. Silas prays for forgiveness and begins his ritual of Discipline.

After a while of Langdon's horrible driving, he swallows his pride and asks Sophie to drive. They both wonder to themselves what the key will unlock. Langdon doubts that they will uncover the Holy Grail and finds it hard to believe that Sauniere could have been one of only four in the world that know where the Grail is kept. Sophie kept it to herself, but she knew he was one of the four. When they...

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