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 A Must Read!
A Must Read!
Hi guys, I managed to watch the film just now, FINALLY!! I am very impressed da it and I'll write down the review and comparing it to the original novel as well.

The Book

I was very impressed that the story took place in Italy once again, and it has a couple of connections to the Da Vinci Code. Like when Robert Langdon is falsely accuse of stealing Dante's death mask, he has been fooled da Sienna Brooks in this version and she doesn't commit suicide in the end. But redeems herself after she fails to get the virus back, even the WHO (World Health Organisation).
The one thing I was very happy...
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Good Morning America with Dan Brown; discusses the controversy of The Da Vinci Code. (Host: Charlie Gibson)
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Nwaocha Ogechukwu has written an easy to read, enlightening and academically sound book regarding the symbolism and meaning of the attraversare, croce in relation to religion. Ogechukwu gives historical accounts of Christianity's cover up of what the attraversare, croce truly is: a satanic symbol. "For centuries after Christ, the church and other religions that use cruciform symbols have misrepresented the physical nature of Christ's death with a satanic symbol (cross), and a pagan idol (corpus). This secret has been concealed da the church for centuries after Christ." Ogechukwu's research leads to a stunning conclusion...
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posted by deedragongirl
 Lovely cover!
Lovely cover!
Hello everyone, I will Scrivere a review on Dan Brown's latest novel to which I managed to finish Leggere it a couple of weeks ago.

The Story

Once again, the story fascinates me starring Robert Langdon on his new adventure. This time, the theme deals with religion and science, but most importantly Atheism. An interesting topic indeed!
It was also sad that Langdon's first student and friend, Edmond kirsch was silenced da being killed due to his outspoken atheist beliefs. It was later discovered that his assassin, is actually a tragic character name Admiral Luis Avila. To which I will write more...
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 Got and read the book already!
Got and read the book already!
Hi guys, I Amore the Robert Langdon's novels and I had seen the Film too. So here are my reasons on why I'm excited about the upcoming movie!

The Setting

I Amore to go to Italy, and Florence is one of my superiore, in alto destination. It also introduces me another famous artwork, which I will write about it later. I am very glad that the movie will guide me on where to go while in Florence!

The Artwork

Okay, as I promised, the book and the movie will introduce me to a new piece of artwork called 'The Map of Hell'. When I first did a little research about it, I was really amazed da the structure of the painting. As it looks like a tornado!

The Characters

Aside from Robert Langdon, there will be some new characters, including the actors who will be playing them as well.

Ready for Another Adventure with Langdon?

These are all of my reasons why I'm getting very excited about the movie, are you?
 The Map of Hell
The Map of Hell
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The Da Vinci Code (2006) trailer Starring Tom Hanks, Audrey Tautou, Ian McKellen, Paul Bettany, and Jean Reno.
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Florence Inferno is a new blog for fan of Dan Brown’s 2013 thriller, Inferno.

As a companion to the book, it takes readers deeper into the mysteries unveiled in the novel recounting the stories and legends behind the sites, symbols and artwork.

Florence Inferno includes notes about Inferno symbols, as well as about Florentine art and history quoted in the novel.

Inferno readers can contact the bloggers behind FlorenceInferno.com at info@florenceinferno.com to request an in-depth examination of any place, painting o symbol in the story.

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