Book Review - The Da Vinci Code

 Aaron :P

Hi guys! This is my first blog post!

Anyway, I just finished reading The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown this summer, and it was an amazing book! I highly suggest it. The book is about a professor/historian named Robert Langdon. He finds out that Jacques Saunière, another professor that he was going to meet up with, died. Now, Robert Langdon and Jacques Saunière's granddaughter, Sophie Neveu go on a journey together trying to find out what Jacques Saunière had to tell them.

What happens? Read the book to find out!
P.S. If you do read the book, I suggest the illustrated edition because it shows pictures of almost everything mentioned in the book, so you don't have to look the pictures up. The picture above is how the illustrated edition looks like.

Bye and thanks for reading this! Stay tuned for more blog posts by me!
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