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Dan Browns The Da Vinci Code a fictional novel was written in a factual manner Brown took a controversial topic and created a written work of art He used real organizations real places and even some real names He also created fictional characters and places but made no attempt to allow them to appear as such Although the evidence used in this book was misconstrued it played a key role in diverting the readers attention away from his own thoughts and onto those of the author Many Christians questioned their beliefs as they read the faithful came out stronger than ever Brown took two strangers brought them together and created the best mystery novel ever written Robert Langdon Harvard symbologist and Sophie Neveu an agent from DCPJs cryptology department were introduced by Sophies murdered grandfather Jacques Sauniere through a code left for both of them to decipher The fact that Jacques was killed in his own art gallery and in his death left a message uniting two people created intrigue The dynamic duo stuck together throughout the entire novel breaking code after code in the hope of unraveling the mystery behind the message Eventually needing some assistance they made their way to Sir Leigh Teabings home a friend of Langdon Oddly enough this was the one man from whom they should have stayed the farthest Unfortunately they realized this only after confronted by him in the depths of Westminster Abby Sir Leigh Teabing felt rueful as he gazed out over the barrel of his Medusa revolver at Robert Langdon and Sophie Neveu My friends he said since the moment you walked into my home last night I have done everything in my power to keep you out of harms way But your persistence has now put me in a difficult position Brown 406 The twists in the novel make the reader want to read long into the night They require further reading and more explanation
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