- member since April 23, 2008
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Grace, da vinci code is a very good book. it has a very good story line, great twists and will keep u anxious till the end. But dont think that all that they tell r true. read it as if u r reading a fiction. but am sure u will like it just like me. If u like this, then am sure u will also like 'angels and demoms' too.
I enjoyed The Da Vinci Code, although I never read mysteries or thrillers. Actually, I couldn't put it down. It's a good beach read. Don't confuse it with non-fiction and you'll enjoy it, I think. The storyline is fantastical enough to appeal to your tastes, I would bet.
I really like Davinci code. It keeps you thinking and makes you consider alternatives to religion that I for one never thought of. Ididn't think it would be my kind of book, but it was. Highly recommended. I also loved deception point. A really good read.