Fodor's Guide to The Da Vinci Code (e-book): On the Trail of the Bestselling Novel

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Fodor's Travel Publications, Nov 14, 2006 - Travel - 256 pages
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This guide to the best-selling novel gives you fresh insight into the Da Vinci Code phenomenon. Following the path of the novel's characters, Fodor's Guide to The Da Vinci Code delves into the locations, people, historic events, and symbols involved in the story.

Inside you'll find answers to questions such as: Do cryptexes really exist? Is there a secret chamber below Rosslyn Chapel? And what did conservators discover when they restored Leonardo's The Last Supper? Interviews, maps, and smart lively essays from experts in their fields reveal the eye-opening true tales behind the mystery.

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• Compelling interviews and essays from experts in their fields
• Detailed maps and floor plans
• BONUS! An exclusive travel sections of Da Vinci Code-related places to eat, stay and see in Paris, London, Rome, and Roslin, Scotland

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Review: Fodor's Guide to The Da Vinci Code: On the Trail of the Bestselling Novel

User Review  - Margaryta - Goodreads

Dreams of Gods and Monsters Aah, what a satisfying end to this series. I loved it, I really did. When I originally picked the book up and saw it was slightly over 600 pages I was slightly suspicious ... Read full review

Review: Fodor's Guide to The Da Vinci Code: On the Trail of the Bestselling Novel

User Review  - Franjessca - Goodreads

5 full moons - "London Falling" by Chanel Cleeton Chanel Cleeton did an amazing job on the sequel to I See London. I thought Chanel put me through the ringer in the first book…oh boy was I wrong. Don ... Read full review

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