An A-Z guide to the Da Vinci Code perfect for anyone who wants a little background to the Da Vinci Code. With entries on the Cathars, Knights Templar and Solomon's Temple among others, you'll have all the fact behind the fiction at your fingertips.
Dan Brownâ€™s The Da Vinci Code has already become a booktrade phenomenon, selling an astonishing 5.5 million copies in hardback worldwide, and being translated into more than 40 languages. Yet till now fans have had to rely on the fierce debates raging on the Internet to discover the truth behind the fiction.
Cracking The Da Vinci Code is the first book to cut through the confusion and disclose the amazing facts that underpin the plot, including the historical basis of the secrets contained in the book. Featuring background information on all the key characters, illustrations of the symbols encoded in the paintings, further reading resources, and countless â€˜extrasâ€™ such as revealing the in-jokes hidden in the charactersâ€™ names, this is an invaluable resource for the many millions of fans of the book.
Publication date: 27/04/2004
Publisher: Michael O'mara Books
|Publication date:||27th April 2004|
|Publisher:||Michael O'mara Books|
|Genres:||The Real World,|
Simon Cox is the editor-in-chief of Phenomena magazine and is a researcher for Robert Bauval and Graham Hancock, among others.More About Simon Cox