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  • Writer's pictureJames G Yeo

Book review of The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

To start with, this book makes a new take on an old bible story and that is of the Holy Grail. In a modern day search that is tied around murder of society members that are protecting the where about of the Grail. For the story telling, Brown has done it well and with short chapters the pace of the book is quick.

All of the scenes that Brown has in the book are well painted for the reader. The first thing that came to me when I started to read it was that it was going to go into what the bible has said about the Grail. As I read more the ideas of the Grail was something different and I think it gives a new light on what the Grail could be.

As the book carries through to the end, there is never a dull moment in the book. As well there are turning points of where Brown twists the plot that changes the direction and with the characters. It is well written and the ideas that Brown makes towards the topic in question will cause the reader to question the bible itself.

I would recommend this book to anyone as it hold you to your seat and wanting to keep reading it until you can't keep your eyes open any longer.

The next book I am reading is One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey.

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