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Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. "Seven is a powerful, special number ," writes Gelb, author of the similar book "How to Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci.
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For the most part, yes, The Da Vinci Code was accurate. Dan Brown took some artistic liberties, but not many. The real issue with The Da Vinci Code, like most subjects that are quickly covered for the sake of fitting into a storyline, is that it just doesn't give the whole picture.

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Although the writing of this book isn't very engaging, certainly not like The Da Vinci Code, it's more real. It's packed with tons of information. It almost feels encyclopedic. But the subject matter is so riveting that it makes up for it. And it's a short book, so it ends before it ever starts to feel dull.

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Feb 09, Sage Lou rated it it was amazing. I had a great experience reading this book. I have read a few books of Dan Brown's, but I think this one will always be my favorite. I myself is an art student, despite arguments about weather information in this book were actually accurate, I think it is truly a fun thing to read about great artists. From my personal opinion, I would suggest this book to almost anyone that is interested in reading good fiction, it really is a significant book.

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Aug 10, Sandy rated it really liked it Recommended to Sandy by: If you were at all skeptical of the facts or stories in the Da Vinci Code, this book will put your concerns to rest - or at least put some light on them. Lunn tells where Brown may have taken poetic license and where he was spot on. He also offers several examples of where where one explanation may not be the only one.

The book did get wordy in some areas but only because I was unfamiliar with some of the subjects. His knowledge of history was facinating. A great source of informa Excellent book! A great source of information also for anyone questioning the history of the Bible. I definitely want to read more about this subject.

Mar 26, Brian rated it it was ok Shelves: This beats the real book in some ways. It's interesting to know what's true and what's fiction, but a lot of what's true is contested, so the book just provides the "evidence" that lead to its conclusions about what the author feels is true. If you read carefully, you may come to different conclusions based on the same evidence. I expected it to be more informative and less persuasive. Feb 17, Robyn rated it liked it. Very interesting, royal bloodlines are explained as well as the holy grail and the various interpretations of where and what it possibly could be.

Oct 26, Fadhilatul rated it liked it Recommends it for: Feb 18, Alexandra Makini rated it did not like it. Jan 07, Carolyn rated it it was ok. Very interesting but also a bit over my head at times and confusing with all the history.

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Nov 26, Doris Pearson rated it it was amazing. Extremely well researched and well written. Explains all aspects of Dan Brown's book that I had questions about. I read this while travelling through South America. Basically separates fact from fiction in the Davinci Code and sheds light on the historical contexts I wasn't too familiar with.

Had a good time reading it. Some facts I addopted as true. Jo Meador rated it did not like it Jul 05, Amogha rated it liked it Nov 05, Mr Peter Heasman rated it liked it Oct 29, How Not to Fall Apart. Can You Learn to Be Lucky? John David Mann and Brandon Webb. The Little Book of Psychology. The Stars in Our Eyes.

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