Secrets of the code: the unauthorized guide to the mysteries behind the Da Vinci code

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CDS Books in association with Squibnocket Partners LLC, 2004 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 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 novel’s 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  - zhukora - LibraryThing

I'd half hoped for a book featuring relevant historical background on some of the assertions made in The DaVinci Code, and I was encouraged by Burstein's introduction, as it sounded like this was what ... Read full review

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User Review  - dragonasbreath - LibraryThing

While an intersting read that might provoke some thought, it is not up to the standards set by Holy Blood Holy Grail. Read full review


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