the da vinci code
As to the whole ticking clock as we build-up to the climax, it pays off in a satisfying enough way (though if you're coming
"What is this mess!" says the teacher returning to a noisy, chaotic classroom. The only quiet kid is Jake Jardine... working
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“The Da Vinci Code” is being adapted for teen readers, but they’d be better off sticking with the original.
One man chases another and kills him in the silent halls of one of the most famous art Museums in the world. The dying man
There is the Hemlock Society which is devoted to suicide and The Eulenspiegel Society whose members gather to express sadomasochistic
Steve Berry is the highly acclaimed, bestselling author of historical thrillers, including the Cotton Malone adventure series.
Metaphorical interpretations aside, the apparent confirmation of Jesus of Nazareth and Mary of Magdala as the ultimate biblical power couple has spawned a movement.
Brown hit global success with his fourth novel, The Da Vinci Code. It became a New York Times bestseller during its first
Some of the world's heaviest thinkers on faith and history infuse this topic with a gravitas worthy of all the effort. The question is which flavor of Mary Magdalene you like best.
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"I just want to observe for a year. I actually think the Academy is really important, but if you're in the race you can't
In just over a decade, Mlle. Tautou has afforded us cineastes a compact yet rich treasure trove of feminine archetypes.
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A feisty and rebellious yet ultimately endearing Mary: Lindsie Van Winkle as The Magdelene belting it out. Spiritual companion
I don't want people to be sorry for me, because I'm not sorry for myself, and to be honest, there isn't anything really to be sorry about.
The bestselling American author, whose latest cryptographic thriller The Lost Symbol -- filled with such gems as "Is there
Judging historical fiction is not as simple as 'accurate equals good' and 'inaccurate equals bad'. It depends on whether
Happy April Fools' Day! This year, at HuffPost Books we're celebrating April Fools' by looking back at some of the greatest
More specifically, I'll take a hard look at President Barack Obama's tinkering with the economy, bashing high achievers and
The Aughts saw the birth of readerly social networking, a flowering of graphic novels, and a bunch of faked memoirs. Books
The Guardian, sick of all the "best of" lists, decided to figure out what the worst books of the decade have been. Asking