Monday, May 15, 2006

The Question I've Asked Myself: Why is the Da Vinci Code so popular?

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"...[F]orgettable sentences with breakneck pacing, lectures on art, history and religion, sinister conspiracies, evil villains, puzzles and cliffhanger chapter endings..."

"Forgettable sentences." An understatement.

For a great conspiracy story with great writing....Umberto Eco's "Foucault's Pendulum."

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1 comment:

Richard Henry said...

Well it involves religion which is already a touchy subject and it caused controversy around the world.

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