1 of 11 people found the following review helpful
An Eye Opener,
This review is from: The Da Vinci Code (Robert Langdon) (Paperback)
I'm glad I follow my friends' suggestion to read this book. It was a revelation for me :) The idea and statement forwarded in this book is the first for me. Although some people say that not all of the info is true but just the whole idea is provoking and plausible. I'm going to check them out on ther books. Well, you can not read the Bible (focus: New Testament) with the same light now.
Dan Brown has managed to bring the data and not just made it in boring essay but into a thriller and mystery.
Actually I want to give this book less than 5 because the main characters need to be worked up a bit because of their inconsistency response to problem at hand. Specially agent Sophie Neveu that I felt too slow at the beginning for a French CIA's agent but nearing the end, suddenly to self confident. If that was used to array the clue from Langdon, I think Mr.Brown could use another method than slowing her down.