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اگر بميرم، حقيقت از دست مي‌رود... بايد اين راز را به کسي بسپارم.
رابرت لنگدان، استاد نمادشناسي و تاريخ، براي سخنراني به پاريس رفته که پليس براي مشاوره درباره‌ي قتلي مرموز به سراغش مي‌آيد: رييسِ موزه‌ي لوور در موزه به قتل رسيده و جسدش در وضعيت عجيب و ترسناکي قرار گرفته است. در کنار جسد، معماهايي گيج‌کننده نوشته شده که پليس تصور مي‌کند پرده از راز قتل او برمي‌دارد و لنگدان بايد در رمزگشايي از آن‌ها به پليس کمک کند.
در اين بين، رمزشناسِ فرانسوي، سوفي نُوو، به لنگدان ملحق مي‌شود و همراه با هم مي‌فهمند که تمام اين رازها به نحوي با نقاشي‌ها و يادداشت‌هاي لئوناردو داوينچي مرتبط است. اما درعين‌حال پاي رازي تاريخي در ميان است، رازي که گويا مي‌تواند جهان را زير و زبر کند و باعث شود تا تاريخ را از نو بنويسند.
متاسفانه، فرقه‌ي مذهبي تندرويي هم همزمان به دنبال دستيابي به اين اسرار است که از کشتن اَبا ندارد. اگر لنگدان و نوو نتوانند معماها را حل کنند، حقيقت بزرگ تاريخي يا تا ابد از دست مي‌رود يا به دست کساني مي‌افتد که مي‌خواهند نابودش کنند..


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Dan Brown - image from USA Today

A real page-turner, about a Holy Grail quest. It is replete with oodles of interesting little details about church history, the true meaning of the grail, secret societies through the ages, Opus Dei and architectural details. In this fast-paced adventure an American art expert is accused of killing a director of the Louvre. Rescued by the deceaseds granddaughter, a police cryptologist, the pair flees from both French and British police. The tale is enlivened with characters such as Silas, an albino ex-con who has seen the light and been taken in by the head of a Catholic extremist cult, Leigh, a British knight obsessed with finding the grail. Great fun!


I also reviewed Browns
-----Angels and Demons
-----The Lost Symbol and
-----Inferno

مشاهده لینک اصلی
Impossibly complicated plot. Really, really, really bad writing. This book was forced upon me. I should have known better.



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5 stars to Dan Browns The Da Vinci Code. Most folks have seen the movie and probably not read the book. What a loss for them!

That said, I know a lot of people dont enjoy Browns books, believing he is too commercialized and over-exaggerated in his style. While I can understand why someone may think that, I dont agree. I love the complexity of the story, the reality and the fiction, the test of character strength, the puzzles, the different view points. It completely absorbs me... so I fall into the category of those who love him and this style of writing, even if others think his writing isnt fantastic. Doesnt mean I dont love the more classic and richly written novels where its the imagery and the words that win out, too.

I had never heard of Dan Brown in his early years. I heard about the movie being made of the book and how it was coming out relatively soon. I looked it up and saw it had the @treasure-hunter@ thrill appeal and decided to read the book before the movie could come out and warp my interpretation. So glad I did!

Its addicting. Growing up Catholic, I knew most of the religious detail, but once it weaved it art, literature, history and philosophy, I was just enamored with the story. Could it really be true? Maybe Im related to Adam and Eve too! Ok, lets not get too crazy...

Magnificent story-telling. Quick adventure. Beautiful scenes and images. Brown exhibits intensely good control weaving back and forth between each of the plots, sub-plots and mini-plots. Its as realistic of a treasure hunt as one can get if you are not an adventurer, archaeologist or exhibition-junkie.

But what took it to the next level for me was the amount of detail included for every component. Its the intricate of the intricate, relying on pure puzzles to move the story forward. Each new puzzle creates its own spark of drama directing readers to challenge what they do and do not know about Jesus, Mary Magdalene, languages, culture, locations, etc.

It hits so many different waves of appeal that I felt it was at the top of its game. And it probably only edged out Angels & Demons because of how tight this story was. Definitely a must-read for the genre, for Brown and before watching the movie adaption.

مشاهده لینک اصلی
Ive finally started reading that ever so controversial best-seller by Dan Brown. Actually, not reading it, listening to it while driving around Lansing, MI. This book seems to have changed the minds of many Catholics (my grandfather included) and Protestants alike. Granted, there have long been rumors of secret societies and organizations within the Roman Catholic Church, and historical cover-ups are rampant throughout civilization.

HOWEVER,

The book is crap. Its not at all well written. Brown seems to feel that in order to impress the mystery of the supposed Holy Grail conspiracy upon his readers, he must be repetitive and condescending. It almost seems that the whole purpose of the book is to tell the world how much Brown knows about obscure art history and symbology, and that he is willing to explain it to the teeming masses of uniformed Christendom. His constant use of cliff-hanger chapter endings (almost every chapter) makes the novel read like it was originally intended as a serial publication. Much of Browns story hinges upon the loss of the Sacred Feminine, and yet his main female character (a cryptologist for the French police) is constantly having to be led clue by clue to obvious conclusions by her quicker, more worldly, male counterparts.

I might have put some stock into Browns @history,@ he writes with conviction, if not much style. I may even have looked into some of his sources on my own. Today, though, Brown completely lost any stock I would have put into his actual knowledge. He referred, multiple times, to Jesus Christ as the Immaculate Conception. As every half-informed Catholic knows, Mary was the Immaculate Conception (conceived without sin), Jesus was the Miraculous Conception (conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit).

How this novel came to be as popular as it is, I can understand. Everyone today is dying to get to the big TRUTH, something which can never be done in religion. Faith is by definition something that is unsubstantiated, we must just believe. What I cant understand is how people can believe this absolute drivel.


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