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    Wednesday, November 09, 2005
    Encoding da Vinci's code
    Dan Brown is the author of "da Vinci code" was aired on our local cable tv last week. Pretty interesting topic with some extra info about Mary Magdalene and such. I've read the book by Dan Brown and his hypothesis amazed me. His view about Jesus and Mary Magdalene maybe on the controversy side because most believers not giving him an "ok" sign. But, again; he just giving out his theory about da Vinci's hidden code. I know, this is a late review of da Vinci's code, but i just feel it still nice to read.

    Dan's has become an instant talk around the globe with his book. That might be a good sign for a deep research regarding the hidden da Vinci code. Most readers gave him two thumbs for his book. For me, i'll give him one thumb only. Ok, to be fair, i've read his book once and i still read it in my spare time. This is not for a Harry Porter fan, but still an interesting book to read.

    WOW...Blockbuster perfection. An exhilaratingly brainy thriller.
    Not since the advent of Harry Potter has an author so flagrantly delighted in leading readers on a breathless chase and coaxing them through hoops. -Janet Maslin THE NEW YORK TIMES


    After two years of holding the top notch in the best-selling club, in the week ended Oct. 29, "The Da Vinci Code" ranked 16th in The Times's statistically weighted survey of almost 4,000 bookstores and wholesalers serving 50,000 other retailers.

    After more than two years spent dominating the New York Times best-seller list, "The Da Vinci Code," by Dan Brown, is dropping off the list, at least temporarily. In the week ended Oct. 29, "The Da Vinci Code" ranked 16th in The Times's statistically weighted survey of almost 4,000 bookstores and wholesalers serving 50,000 other retailers. Therefore, it will be missing from the list of the top 15 best-selling books, to be published in the Nov. 13 edition of The Times Book Review. On the list to be published this Sunday, which is currently available online at www.nytimes.com, "The Da Vinci Code" ranks No. 12, in its 136th consecutive week on the list. -EDWARD WYATT


    For those who are lazy to read The Da Vinci Code, you're in luck, romours said that a movie based on the novel is on it's way. I'll say, this book will be on my "fav-list". Another book from Dan Brown is "Angels and Demons". I never read this book before, maybe one day i might.

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