Da Vinci

By sheer boredom, I decided to read Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code. I got a copy from Jensen and read the whole book today. Yes, I finished the damn book in one day. It brings back the memory of finishing the 6 Harry Potter books in 7 days.

I must say that Brown is a genius in this genre. It was exciting and thought-provoking. Of course, it makes you wonder about your beliefs and it will surely test how much faith you have. Sadly for me, that doesn’t apply. I have accepted that I am too skeptical to be Catholic. I think agnosticism suits my philosophies and beliefs at the present time. But who knows what will happen in the future.

The one thing I love about The Da Vinci Code is that it is difficult to see what is fiction and what is not because the events are so real. Also, it’s a good history on art and religion as well.

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2 Replies to “Da Vinci”

  1. Hahahaha, you know how physics professors see the movies Armageddon and The Core? That’s how historians see The Da Vinci Code. Anyway, don’t read the others; once you’ve read one, you’ve read them all–I can tell you the complete story of all the books without spoiling anything:
    1. Main character is expert in an arcane field.
    2. Assassin that goes by a one word name.
    3. Bad guy uses a codename, and turns out to be the most trusted person in the book.
    4. CONSPIRACY CONSPIRACY CONSPIRACY.
    I read two other books, and Angels and Demons was better than Da Vinci code, while Digital Fortress (his first) was painfully funny. :P

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