The Da Vinci Code By Dan Brown
- Name of the Textbook: The Da Vinci Code By Dan Brown
- Edition: 2009
- Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
- Writer: Dan Brown
- ISBN: 9780552161275
- Pages: 592
- Language: English
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The Da Vinci Code is the second installment of Dan Brown’s Robert Langdon series of thriller novels.
Summary of the Book
When the Curator of the Louvre is found murdered, his body lying in the form of the Vitruvian Man, the authorities decide to contact the Harvard Symbologist, Dan Brown to help solve the case. What ties did the victim have with the ancient cult headed by Isaac Newton and Botticelli? Together with the victim’s granddaughter, Robert Langdon must decipher codes designed by the victim, hiding a secret more powerful than any other, and learn the secret that many have died to protect. In doing so, he will come face to face with the true nature of the Holy Grail, and discover the truth behind the stories of Jesus Christ.
About Dan Brown
Dan Brown is an American novelist also known for Deception Point and Digital Fortress.
The Robert Langdon series is being adapted into movies starring Tom Hanks. The first two books in the series have already been adapted.