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The Da Vinci Code (Robert Langdon, Book 2)

The Da Vinci Code (Robert Langdon, Book 2)
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10 years, 5 months ago at Sep 5 18:40
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Una maravilla de libro. Es genial

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9 years, 2 months ago at Nov 17 0:15
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The success of The Da Vinci Code is certainly a literary anomaly. Both unexpected and unexplainable, the sheer volume of sales is surprising as the book is not, in my opinion, well written, intelligent, or original.

It begins in Le Louvre, Paris, with some of the clumsiest writing I've ever seen. Classics such as describing the eyes and hair colour of a silhouette are par for the co... read more
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Manufacturer: Corgi, London
Release date: 1 March 2004
ISBN-10 : 0552149519 | ISBN-13: 9780752100401
Tags: Fiction (11), Mystery (7), Religion (6), Thriller (6), Novel (4), Conspiracy (4), American (4), History (3), Made Into Film (3), France (3), (3), Overrated (2), Holy Grail (2), Aventuras (2), Adventure (2), Historical Fiction (2), Speculative (2), Conspiracy Thories (1), Utter Tripe (1), 2003 (1)
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“Una maravilla de libro. Es genial”

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Stewart posted a review 9 years, 2 months ago

The Da Vinci Code

“The success of The Da Vinci Code is certainly a literary anomaly. Both unexpected and unexplainable, the sheer volume of sales is surprising as the book is not, in my opinion, well written, intelligent, or original.

It begins in Le Louvre, Paris, with some of the clumsiest writing I've ever seen. Classics such as describing the eyes and hair colour of a silhouette are par for the course here as a museum curator of considerable renown (and how many curators have you heard of?) is murdered. From there, enter our cardboard hero, Robert Langdon, who will solve the mystery armed only with a similarly cardboard French girl and the author's help. Off he goes solving puzzles you and I solved pages ago (sometimes even chapters) despite us laymen not being schooled in his esoteric field. T” read more

Fali posted a review 10 years, 5 months ago

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