The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

The Da Vinci Code

By Dan Brown

  • Release Date: 2010-07-06
  • Genre: Crime & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
From 151 Ratings
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Harvard professor Robert Langdon receives an urgent late-night phone call while on business in Paris: the elderly curator of the Louvre has been brutally murdered inside the museum. Alongside the body, police have found a series of baffling codes.

As Langdon and a gifted French cryptologist, Sophie Neveu, begin to sort through the bizarre riddles, they are stunned to find a trail that leads to the works of Leonardo Da Vinci - and suggests the answer to a mystery that stretches deep into the vault of history.

Unless Langdon and Neveu can decipher the labyrinthine code and quickly assemble the pieces of the puzzle, a stunning historical truth will be lost forever...


  • Good film, even better read

    By Dr Straightup
    Of course, Tom Hanks is pictured in my mind as the main character. That's where it all ends though. What a read. Every day life, errands, work, shopping were just getting in the way of this novel. I just wanted to not do anything but read this book. Having spent £4.99 for the pleasure,,I can say it was money well spent. I'd recommend this book. The story grips right from the start and never let's go. Go on... Give it a go!
  • Great read

    By Edgar282978
    I just couldn't put it down was reading everywhere work, bed, bath toilet!!! Amazing
  • Great read

    By *Bessie89*
    Thoroughly enjoyed this book. Such a good read and so much better than the film.
  • It's good, but there's better out there...

    By SJ1974
    Bought this for my iBooks collection as it's still a great yarn. However, on second read, whilst Dan Brown may have popularized this genre I do feel that others are now beating him hands down... If you want all-out action in this vein then you'd be better off with Scott Mariani, if you're looking for a highly intelligent and innovative plot line that's brilliantly written, then check out Adrian Dawson's "Codex" and if you're looking for typical DB fare done a whole lot better then it has to be Simon Toyne. As such, three stars because I have to reserve the fours and fives for those who really are giving me great reads at the moment.