Secrets of the Code: The Unauthorized Guide to the Mysteries Behind the Da Vinci Code

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Daniel Burstein
CDS Books, 2004 - Fiction - 373 pages
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Secrets of the Code, a five-month New York Times bestseller, is a sweeping tour, guided by renowned experts, through the many provocative ideas raised in The Da Vinci Code. With excerpts from many original works, all-new material, and interviews with prominent scholars exploring the novelís underlying themes, Secrets of the Code will satisfy your curiosity, engage your imagination, and provide you with insights to better understand the historical and religious issues of the novel.

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User Review  - Jerald Hoskelis - Goodreads

did not finish reading. Very poorly written and very hard story to follow. Read full review

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User Review  - Jovy - Goodreads

Loved this! I watched the movie, read the book, saw the documentaries in the history and discovery channels and then this...I love the illustrated timetable, 'sacred feminine' and all about Leonardo. Read full review

Contents

The Drama of Herstory History and Heresy
1
The Sacred Feminine
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J The Lost Gospels
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Copyright

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