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Dan Brown has written an exciting, action packed novel which follows Robert Langdon, a professor of religious symbology at Harvard University. Langdon receives a call while in his hotel and is set forth into a series of adventures with Sophie Neveu, the granddaughter of Jacques Sauniere. After her grandfather's mysterious murder within the Louvre, Neveu is determined to find the secrets and the reason for his killing. Robert Langdon is also drawn into the mystery of Leonardo DaVinci's paintings and the secrets within them. Codes and puzzles hidden within the works of art created by DaVinci lead to new locations around England and France along with new information pertaining to the secret society of Sauniere-all while running from the authorities who are out to get them. The suspense and thrill in this novel will keep you turning pages until you reach
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Unformatted text preview: the end. The book magically grabs and draws you into the plot from the very first page. From the exciting murderous beginning to the slightly confusing ending, Dan Brown captures your attention for the period of time in which you read his novel. If there was something wrong with The DaVinci Code, I missed it because the story was way too interesting to notice the problem. I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for the kind of book that you just can't put down. However, if you are one of those people that doesn't like the constant action and scrambling of characters during a novel, I'd stay away from this book. For those of you who are interested in a quick, active novel, The DaVinci Code is an excellent book to pick up....
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