Cracking the Da Vinci Code: The Unauthorized Guide to the


Cracking the Da Vinci Code: The Unauthorized Guide to the Facts Behind Dan Brown's Bestselling Novel ➵ [Reading] ➷ Cracking the Da Vinci Code: The Unauthorized Guide to the Facts Behind Dan Brown's Bestselling Novel By Simon Cox ➪ – Buyprobolan50.co.uk The millions of readers who loved The Da Vinci Code have been looking for the truth behind the fiction here it is The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown took America by storm when it was published in , hittin The millions of readers who loved Da Vinci MOBI ó The Da Vinci Code have been looking for the truth behind the fiction here it is The Da Vinci Code Cracking the MOBI :º by Dan Brown took America by storm when it was published in , hitting numberon the New York Times bestseller list in its first week of sale the Da Vinci ePUB ´ It has since been translated intothanlanguages andmillion copies are now in pri.

  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • Cracking the Da Vinci Code: The Unauthorized Guide to the Facts Behind Dan Brown's Bestselling Novel
  • Simon Cox
  • English
  • 05 July 2017
  • 1402718373

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10 thoughts on “Cracking the Da Vinci Code: The Unauthorized Guide to the Facts Behind Dan Brown's Bestselling Novel

  1. Tiffany Tiffany says:

    Hmmm not my favorite of the tDVC related books I ve read It s basically an encyclopedia for some of the people, characters, ideas, and places that are referred to in The Da Vinci Code But it feels not real Maybe it s because the author of this book seems to take a completely different tone about Pierre Plantard and the Priory of Sion than the authors of the other tDVC books take The rest say Plantard is was a fake Cox seems to either sound like it s 100% true, or is slightly, very s Hmmm not my favorite of the tDVC related books I ve read It s basically an encyclopedia for some of the people, characters, ideas, and places that are referred to in The Da Vinci Code But it feels not real Maybe it s because the author of this book seems to take a completely different tone about Pierre Plantard and the Priory of Sion than the authors of the other tDVC books take The rest say Plantard is was a fake Cox seems to either sound like it s 100% true, or is slightly, very slightly, hesitant wishy washy about it It just seemed odd to me that all of the other books that mention PP are very NO NO HOAX HOAX LIES and Cox makes the PP PoS story soundtrue So that kind of raised some red flags for me, and I wasn t sure how much of the rest of this book to believe.But it s also just a reference type book, so it didn t really add anything that I either 1 didn t already know 2 didn t get from the other tDVC books I ve been reading 3 couldn t get from the context of tDVC 4 couldn t find on Wikipedia It was fine to skim, but I don t think I ll keep it

  2. Eileen S. Eileen S. says:

    Really not what I expected of the book.You should look at it like a dictionary. Because that s what it is.And some of the details from the book I did not remember because it s been a long time since I read the Davinci Code. If you want to read this book, then I recommend to first read the davinci code again.

  3. Zechy Zechy says:

    Brain candy Some interesting, but repetitive, historical trivia much of which I already knew and some rather creepy diversions into the authors beliefs about the history and future of goddess worship Wasn t quite the mindless diversion I was looking for, but it wasn t a complete waste of time.

  4. Sherry Sherry says:

    20 I read this alongside The Da Vinci Code and found it to be informative and helpful I especially loved that it included pictures of the artwork mentioned in the novel.

  5. Charlie Charlie says:

    A good book I am certain, to read alongside The Da Vinci Code , not so much on it s own It isor less a repetitive dictionary on the subjects of the book I did learn some things although I think it is rather supperficial I guess if you didn t know anything about the Templars, Jesus story, or the Priory of Sion and or aren t sure about what is true and what isn t in Dan Brown s novel then this is worth buying as an introduction to this subjects.It references to some seemingly interestin A good book I am certain, to read alongside The Da Vinci Code , not so much on it s own It isor less a repetitive dictionary on the subjects of the book I did learn some things although I think it is rather supperficial I guess if you didn t know anything about the Templars, Jesus story, or the Priory of Sion and or aren t sure about what is true and what isn t in Dan Brown s novel then this is worth buying as an introduction to this subjects.It references to some seemingly interesting books, some of which have been added to my to read list so that s always good too

  6. Vevine Goldson Vevine Goldson says:

    Cracking the da vinchi code is not a novel,it s a book that explains what the symbols used in Brown s book is about As you begin to read you ll find that the book is a kind of encyclopedia explaining the deep religious text and mystical sometimes spiritual symbolism of godesses psychics knights templar in europe pyramids curches etc That which are attached to the characters and artworks in the Da vinchi code.

  7. Anna Anna says:

    And here I thought this would be a straightforward reveal of what the novel was about The thing is, Cox provides the facts and references for the reader to assemble on their own And after taking so long to return to Brown s writing, which I ve found is not the greatest, I ve realized I just don t care about the mystery that Brown is trying to throw at us.

  8. Carolina Costa Carolina Costa says:

    Interesting Works like a dictionary of the Da Vinci Code I just finished reading the DVC so it was quite interesting to readabout it It clarifies historical concepts from the book and still raises some questions about the truthfulness of the theories explored in the book Also, the pretty extensive bibliography is useful for those who wish to dig deeper

  9. Ali Rehman Ali Rehman says:

    You can only enjoy this book if you want to decipher Dan Brown Da Vinci Code It is a good short guide to add to the mysteries but I am not sure if its take aides the quest or addconfusion to the readers

  10. Marie Marie says:

    It was awesome and way too short, I could ve read it for much longer as it was so interesting finding out the facts behind the fiction

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