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The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

By Reviewed by Remy Benoit

    The Da Vinci Code is an extraordinary book.

    This is the if you read one book this year, read this one book.
     In a time when the world is conspicuously out of balance, when the tussle between male and female, war and peace, goes on and on, The Da Vinci Code will help provide you with some of the reasons why.

     Does the world of the Templar Knights intrigue you?

     Does you know of the organization Opus Dei?

     Have you ever heard of the Priory of Sion?

     Have you ever wondered why male/female relationships are too often a source of much discontent and frustration? of unbalanced power?

     Again, Brown's excellent work, The Da Vinci Code, will unravel many of those knots for you.

     It is mystery, suspense, treachery, deceit, incredible loyalties all being stirred by conspiracy, by the Malleus Malleficarum, by Papal Bulls,hidden burial vaults and hidden truths of the early Church.

     Just what role did Mary Magdalene play in the early Church; what was the real reason for the Witch's Hammer?

     And how, how, how will the code that holds all the answers be broken when the French police are hot on the trail of those who have been set to decipher it?

     Find a comfortable chair, turn off the phone, and sit back. You are in for an incredible journey.

     ***** 5 Big Stars on this one!

The Da Vinci Code.

Dan Brown.

Priory of Sion.

Templar Knights.

Mary Magdalene.


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