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Murdock 1 Zak Murdock Mrs. Jacobs Accel. Eng. 10 22 March 2006 Book Review: The Da Vinci Code The Da Vinci Code , by Dan Brown, is a thrilling and thought provoking novel. Brown uses third person omniscient point of view in order to give the reader a highly detailed picture of what each character is thinking or feeling. This is not a novel that takes a few chapters for the story to actually begin, the action starts right away with a murder. One of the main characters, Robert Langdon, who is also the protagonist, is unexpectedly awaken during the early hours of the morning. With action happening from the start, one may only hope that the novel gets better. In this case one would be in luck, because the novel keeps on getting better and better every page. Robert Langdon, a symbology professor at Harvard, is in Paris on business. Immensely exhausted, and in a deep sleep, Langdon is awaken in the middle of the night by a very important telephone call. He is then taken to the Louvre Museum where Bezu
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