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The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown
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Mar 23, 2007

it was ok
bookshelves: fiction
Recommended for: people who don't like to think too hard
Read in December, 2003

The Da Vinci Code is simplistic, rife with historical inaccuracies, and has no interesting characters to speak of. Dan Brown obviously had dollar signs and a movie in his mind when he was writing it, because the novel reads more like a shot-by-shot description of a mediocre suspense film. This makes for a pretty tedious read, and a book of very little actual substance. The book's saving grace is that it's easy to read in one sitting, but that's also one of its problems; once you've finished it, you'll instantly forget it.

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