Da Vinci Code EbookThe Da Vinci Code Ebook
Perhaps it was because there were no good ones, maybe I thought grown-up fiction was too long, whatever it was, I didn't do it. But I don't know how I found this one. and every section ended in a breathtaking climb hanger. As if it were an TV show, I didn't want to binge-watch like the folks these few busy hours; I was reading a few sections in each session just reading more for the next one.
I' m not going to say anything about the theme of the title, because I was totally blindfolded and I had a wonderful surprise and a tremendous enjoyment of it, and I would want the same for you. A more open-minded and a little bit of Christianity will help to really enjoy this work.
I' ve never seen a work like this before, if ever. That' all there is to say about this work. However, what I want to say is that this is the kind of fun that revived my passion for books that I had as a child. As a child I often reread things, but sometimes we are compelled to reread things and children don't like being compelled to do things (parents, that's a lecture for you).
Enforcing me to start again could be one of the reasons I got shut down from a few weeks of readings, but if ever there was a work to get you going again, it's *the book*. Well, about Dan Brown's literacy, I've seen what others have said about his way of writing, and I don't concur with them for this one.
But I was not aware of this for'The Da Vinci Code', but I can see and appreciate other people's perspectives on it. But if you've been reading one of his works, you've been reading them all. Brown's novels are like James Bond movies, they all have similar formulas, but we still watch them because the formulas work.
Récommend his other works with Robert Langdon ('Angels & Demons','Inferno', *NOT*'The Los Symbol'-that was a snoozer). Take the Da Vinci Code, rent it, get the best illustration [see photos], but if you haven't done it yet, you can.