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Book Review : The Da Vinci Code – Dan Brown

The Da Vinci Code – by Dan Brown Hello people, welcome to this space, I know it’s been so long but the corporate world does engage you mentally and physically. To be honest, I had nothing to write these days,   I could not think of a topic that could help people in some way or they could relate to it. But since these days, I’m getting back to my reading habit I spend my weekends in a world of fiction. And believe me, I have time traveled, also traveled to many places through books since it is nearly impossible to do it in real these days. So I thought of reviewing my latest read by The Da Vinci Code,   by Dan Brown, with no spoilers. Dan Brown is an American author, he started with the book The Digital Fortress (which is on my tbr list now). He was actually inspired by one of the Sidney Sheldon’s novel The Doomsday Conspiracy. After The Digital Fortress, Brown wrote Angels & Demons and Deception Point. Unfortunately, these books had little success at that time and were sold l
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