Da Vinci Code Quotes by Dan Brown, Goran Ivanisevic, Steven Pinker, Elizabeth Kostova, Denis MacShane, Denise Mina and many others.
My sincere hope is that ‘The Da Vinci Code,’ in addition to entertaining people, will serve as an open door to begin their own explorations.
The best book I read this year was ‘The Da Vinci Code.’
The Last Supper is supposed to be thirteen men. Who is this woman? “Everyone misses it, our preconceived notions of this scene are so powerful that our mind blocks out the incongruity and overrides our eyes.
Tom Hanks, who starred in ‘The Da Vinci Code,’ turns out to be related to a number of the historic characters that feature in ‘The Da Vinci Code,’ including William the Conqueror and Shakespeare.
I think it’s important to recognise that ‘The Da Vinci Code’ opened up a vast new audience for a general readership interested in historical detective stories and research into history.
Anti-European politicians tell more myths and fantasies about Europe than you can find in Harry Potter or The Da Vinci Code.
When a question has no correct answer, there is only one honest response. The gray area between yes and no. Silence.
There’s always these giant baffling books, like ‘The Da Vinci Code.’ People say it’s not as well written as ‘Midnight’s Children.’ Why aren’t people reading ‘Midnight’s Children?’ Nobody knows why these phenomenons happen but they’re great.
It’s guilty of the very thing that makes kids hate history as a subject when it’s taught badly: The Da Vinci Code makes the past feel like a dull, grainy, faraway thing, instead of something vibrant and alive.
Tokyo Heist is a fast-paced, exotic reading adventure, a story where The da Vinci Code meets the wildly popular manga genre! Author Diana Renn infuses protagonist Violet with plenty of chikara (power) and Renn’s fresh, spot-on author’s voice is irresistible. I couldn’t put it down!
I found it interesting that as people become more technically oriented all over the world, at the same time people are becoming increasingly spiritual. The success of the Da Vinci code – even though it was a great yawn – also showed people’s interest in religion.
The Catholic Church is still very angry about The Da Vinci Code – they don’t like anything that makes more money in a weekend than they do.