The Da Vinci Quiz: 501 Questions to Crack the Code
The bestselling novel, The Da Vinci Code —the most talked-about book in years—has created enormous interest in a world animated by mystery and mysticism. Now, that novel’s readers have something new to look forward to— The Da Vinci Quiz, which features 501 intriguing questions with answers, plus eight lavish full-color plates. Once again, readers can immerse themselves in the novel’s mystery and intrigue. This brand-new volume impels them to recall the ways in which the novel probed a world of secret societies, revealed mystical clues hidden in famous artworks like Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, explored conspiracy theories, and examined shadowy religious cults and their strange rites. The Da Vinci Quiz, a compulsively readable follow-up to The Da Vinci Code, tests each reader’s memory and deductive skills with questions like—
Although The Da Vinci Code is a work of fiction, it is set in the world of true historical facts. The brand-new The Da Vinci Quiz tests not merely the reader’s knowledge of that bestselling novel, but goes one step further by testing their understanding of the factual world that relates to the novel. Here is an all-new addition in the absorbing field of Da Vinci Code facts and fiction. Readers simply won’t be able to put down The Da Vinci Quiz until they’ve reached its final, fascinating page. Color illustrations.
17 pages matching built in this book
Results 1-3 of 17
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
ancient Egyptian artist painted Baphomet Brass medallions mark British built Cathedral century c.E. Chapter House Christian Codex Leicester Constantine Council of Nicaea cryptex Dossiers Secrets emperor English Escriva Fibonacci Florence following statements France French kings French president Gnostic Gospels Godefroi de Bouillon Grand Master Holy Grail Italian Jesus Jesus's Knights Templar known Last Supper Leonardo da Vinci London park Madonna mark the original Mary Magdalene Merovingians Mona Lisa obelisk Opus organization original prime meridian pagan Paris's Parisian church pentagram Pierre Plantard Pope John Paul prime meridian prime meridian line Priory of Sion Pyramide Inversee religious residence Rex Features Roman Rome Rose Line Rosslyn Chapel Saint James's Park Saint-Sulpice Silas Sir Isaac Newton Sir Leigh Teabing SmartCar statement is false supposed symbol tarot deck Temple Church Temple Mount Testament TopFoto Tracey Turner True or false Vatican City Vatican Secret Archives Venus Vinci Code Westminster Abbey Witches