In my opinion these stories came from the writers fantasy and imagination, but it doesn't mean that we shouldn't think about the things written there. These books were written for many of people to believe in it and to look at our world, our history, the personalities of some famous people, from a different point of view. I think, the goal is reached - many of people started to ask questions and to look for answers. I think, this is what Dan Brown expected from his readers (it is my personal opinion, it may be wrong because I am not Dan Brown and I cannot know exactly what his goals were), not believing blindly to every word.
Eight years ago I read "the da Vinci Code" and then, simply because the same film according to this novel with my favorite Tom Hanks was so tedious, that any attempt to watch it I fell asleep. Overall the reading was fascinating, in any case, quite honestly, what Dan brown has issued far not the worst specimen entertaining prose: here you a :huh: :huh: :huh: :huh: nd twisted intrigue, and informative facts (which, of course, can be easily divided into two, when it comes to believability, but literature and art that can afford such liberties). B) B) B)
I think all legends and myths were taken from human life. In my opinion, Jesus Christ was an ordinary man, but I don' think that Dan Brown's books are totally truth. It maybe a simple fiction. I have read his book "Code da Vinci". It seemed to me really interesting, but it resembled more a detective or a fiction book, than something connected with truth.
I like his books very much, and I was also confused with the statements that he had described in his books. Brown was raised on a prep school campus where he developed a fascination with the paradoxical interplay between science and religion. These themes eventually formed the backdrop for his books. He is a graduate of Amherst College and Phillips Exeter Academy, where he later returned to teach English before focusing his attention full time to writing. So, as for me, his books are speaking truth from their pages. I hope so. :P
That is a pity, but i have not read the book you have written about , but i am interested in that context. Actually if you want to discover thongs about God or Jesus Christ, you should go directly to the church and that will be enough for you if you need the information that you are searching for, do not believe anyone, except yourself.
Dan Brown novels are.... acceptable "popcorn novels" much like many many movies. Just like movies, and video games, and music, not all books need to be fantasticaly written or high brow.
I got really bored trying to read Da Vinci Code. And I mean like it was a struggle to try and keep on reading it so I just stopped. Angels and Demons honestly wasn't that bad. It wasn't a "I CAN'T PUT IT DOOWWWWNNN" kind of book but it wasn't bad. In my honest opinion hes meh. Time killers but not that much enjoyment. Just what ever you do don't read the books then see the movies, you'll just get mad.
Dan Brown books can be read in any order, according to me. It's not like Harry Potter series, because even if you mess up the order, you won't feel lost- like you're missing something. That being said, I personally feel that it would be great if you start with The Da Vinci Code. It will give you a great insight on the author(and you'd be able to judge whether or not you want to keep reading Dan Brown books). The reason I'm asking you to read The Da Vinci Code before Angels and Demons is because I feel that TDVC is far better than A&D, and if you can develop a taste or a knack for the style and prose of writing, you may want to keep reading other DB books. After TDVC, you can read Angels and Demons, The lost symbol and Inferno. Deception point and Digital Fortress don't feature the favourtite Dan Brown protagonist Robert Langdon, and are WAY different than his 'usual' books.
Well, you may read the books in any order that you want, but make sure you don't miss out on The Da Vinci Code!
The topic about religion supposed to be very confusing for everyone as it is the thing that is different for everyone. For me religion is something sincere and i do believe in the God , but i cannot influence others and so can do they , because this is my opinion and that is their. That what i mean.
I have read both books of Dan Brown and i enjoyed reading them! In my opinion, this realism, combined with the availability of exposition and narrative detail, is one of the main virtues of the book. Valiantly twirled plot complements the cocktail, condemning the novel to succeed. On the other hand, the novel has weak sides, among them is a pretty weak syllable of the author - many critics consider that the author has a rustic style of presentation. On the other hand, the audience of the novel is so broad that a simple style of presentation has not spoiled the novel much- rather on the contrary; thanks to this, "Da Vinci Code" is a book that is understandable and accessible to everybody without exception
As for me these stories came from the writers fantasy and imagination, but it doesn't mean that we shouldn't think about the things written there. These books were written for many of people to believe in it and to look at our world, our history, the personalities of some famous people, from a different point of view. I think, the goal is reached - many of people started to ask questions and to look for answers. I think, this is what Dan Brown expected from his readers (it is my personal opinion, it may be wrong because I am not Dan Brown and I cannot know exactly what his goals were), not believing blindly to every word.
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