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The Davinci Code, have you read it? 

41%
63 deviants said Yes i have read it.
38%
59 deviants said No i havent read it.
16%
24 deviants said I wont be reading it.
5%
8 deviants said I havent even heard of it.

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:iconcelticarchie:
celticarchie Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2012
I'm (hopefully) getting the talking book tomorrow. :D
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celticarchie Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2012
Haven't read it, but enjoyed the movie. :D
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Kalooeh Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2005
my mom bought the Limited Edition Version or whatever with pictures and stuff in Hard cover ^.^
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Kalooeh Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2005
Now I read it ^.^ I thought it was fricken awesome! ^.^ everybody should read it!
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SATURATED1 Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2005
My friend's been telling me about that book he just read Digital Fortress... I'll read them both soon:P
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Evenstar22 Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2005   Interface Designer
i work in a bookstore, and i have so many people asking me about that book, i hate it simply because the storyline is so similar to Angels & Demons, i think da vinci code is only selling so well because people keep talking about it, and im sick of it!!
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richardlai Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2005
I've read it, and have even read Angels & Demons. Both are good and interesting, and Dan Brown claims that all the stuff in Angels & Demons is true, apart from the ambigrams which are cleverly designed by John Langdon. But Da Vinci Code has a clever plot, and has some surprises as well. Both are easy-reading, and are quite funny as well.
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mehthemonkey Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2005
I read it, enjoyed it... it is so hard for me to bite my tounge with all these people nay-saying it becuase it is anti-jesus... well i should say anti-catholicism... at least in that it goes against the beliefs of the Church, i would suggest people to read it, but at the same time take the time to do some honest research or the subject, and not just what the bible says...
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Kalooeh Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2005
no, i havn't read it -.- but apperantly EVERYONE else seems to of -pokes the 15 journals on it- i havn't even heard of it until today ;.;
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TheMuseHysteria Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2005
A movie?! :excited: I positively love that book. The movie won't be as good by nature, but considering how good the book was, the movie will be well worth it. It's hard to tell sometimes whther or not the information the author supplies is accurate or fictional. Since he does say that some of the information is true.
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:iconfarli:
farli Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2005  Hobbyist
The biggest waste of time and money in my life.
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ers Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2005
The book is overrated in my opinion.
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ev4n Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005
ive read his other books but i dont want to read this one because it expresses some controversal oppinions about jesus. I dont think he meant for people to take those siriusly as its only a novel. However people are thinking he actually has found some sort of magical fact about this stuff. I might read it but im not sure whether ill like it or not.
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lobsterclaws Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005
No, and I won't, it has something to do with god and I don't do that stuff.
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:iconrayk:
rayk Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
I heard alot about this book, but sadly haven't had an oportunity to read it. :(
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Operaghost1 Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005
The book is yet another facet of the "Anything but Jesus" movement. If you guys would seriously investigate Jesus' claims and the prophecies in the Bible (that are much clearer than Nostradamus' babbling BTW) you won't be caught off guard when He comes back.

But then, they hated Jesus when he was here. And He told us they'll hate us, his followers, too. So I'm certainly not surprised at the renewed anti-Christian evil swelling in the world. The DaVinci Code is just another thread in the fabric of lies and deceptions of the evil one.

Just because "everyone" is embracing it doesn't mean you have to be a sheep led to the slaughter too. Use your own brain. Not group think.
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Chaotic87 Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005
Heard of it, but never read it.
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NOMORENAMES Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
I'd probably read it just to see what all of the comotion is about, being a Catholic myself.
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harrietta Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005
I read it, I didn't like it. I'm a Dan Brown hater. Period.

But I wanna see the movie cause Tom Hanks is a very nice actor.

P.S.: I don't believe it was meant to entertain since it says rite there, in the beggining, that all the documents, rituals bla bla... are real. Ya rite... if that's real, then I'm the illegitimate daughter of Queen Elizabeth. B**l s**t :D
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n0ts0angelic Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005   Filmographer
I've heard of it. Many people I know have read it and my sister even owns it. I might have to check it out since so many people tell me it's so good.
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Ultimape Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I read the first chapter, but I didn't want to bother reading it. What do I vote for?
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Snedex Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005
just started to read the book, it's really good thus far, hopefully i'll get more time to complete it after exams :)
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Akula- Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005   Digital Artist
I read Digital Fortress, it rocks major amounts of literature.
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PlasmaX7 Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005
:(

You missed out a poll option - No I haven't but I wish too so as soon as I get my hands on it, I'll be doing just that. :)
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Urus-28 Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'have not read it and i will probably read it only in few years, when the attention around it will stop. If i read it with everyone talling me it's extraordinary i will be probably deceived, so i prefer read it in a normal atmosphere.
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dasens Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005
Read it, quite liked it, and also looking forward for the movie, which will probably disappoint me, anyway..
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nechos Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I have both "The Da Vinci Code" and "Angels and Demons", and, being an astrophysics student and a future astrophysicist (hoping to become one, at least :) ), liked the Da Vinci Code better...
Why? Because I'm not an expert in history or religion, so I don't know how much of the stuff written there is "real"...In Angels and Demons, there is a lot of mysticism where it shouldn't be - for example, the guy thinks it's a work of God the creation of particles out of nothing (and Mr. Brown and all the scientists at CERN) doesn't say anything...We all know the famous E=mc2 formula, right? THAT's where the matter (particles and antiparticles) come from - ENERGY (Gamma-rays, high energy EM waves)...It's like 100 years old that formula...and scientist HAVE produced amounts of antimatter down at CERN...it's not science fiction...
So, while concerning an interesting topic, I find Angels and Demons more spectaculary than it should...It's probably the same with The Da Vinci Code, but at least I'm not aware of it...
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dunkst3r Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005
I was about to but then found my dad had got rid of the copy. Darn Him!
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danes-sweety Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005
I liked Angels and Demons more.
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:iconadmin-sever15:
admin-sever15 Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005
Two of you suck.
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Tunaferit Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005
sorry 1.618, golden ratio is everywhere :)
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Tunaferit Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005
i think about golden ratio 6.18
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bloknayrb Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
it was good, but a little over-hyped... many of the "surprises" were predictable... i mean, come on, i knew it was apple the second they said five letters...
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alienation Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah. I thought it was pretty fun and enticing; not that much of a "wow, omg, read this book!!!!!!!111" but it was good. I thought it'd be crap, and was pleasantly surprised.
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Swaroop Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005
the swaroop wont be reading the book
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:iconcosmy:
cosmy Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005
the swaroop shud read it!! it's an amazing boook! full of supense, adventure and Info :nod:
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Swaroop Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005
the swaroop should surely try to read it

that too the cosmy has the recommended the it
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cosmy Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2005
the good swaroop
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LiraelGoldenhand Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005   Photographer
I read and enjoyed the book, aye, though I think I liked Angels and Demons better.
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Jeeves15 Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005
I read it and thought it was pretty good. A lot of the book is based largely on fictional events, the Knights Templar, the Marovingians, the fact that Da Vinci was supposedly a follower of the beliefs. Of course the story didn't actually happen. To think it did is not very smart and to even debate against those people isn't very smart, either. It was meant to entertain the imagination.
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blackzer0 Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005
ugh, yes I've read it. personally I'm sick and tired of the whole hype surrounding it. I didn't care much for the book, it relies too much on sensationalism and enticement. (at least in that respect it works - it really is enticing.) not to mention idiotic people who actually believe what's in it, even tho Dan Brown himself said it was fiction.
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bluelance Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2005   Digital Artist
haha yeah... its so sad its nearly funny to see people furiously arguing how everything in the book is "reasearched".

cause you know, the boogie man has been researched, therefore he must be real. :nod:
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blackzer0 Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2005
yeah, and there are neo Nazis cloning Hitler and installing his frozen head on other people's bodies. Because Allan Folsom researched his novel too. etc etc.

those people don't understand dramatization.
ack... I'm gonna stop before I rant for paragraphs on end.
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Hemimorphite Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005   Traditional Artist
Who hasnt anyways!? It even became a trend now..everyone's reading it..or using it as conversation.
Honestly I liked "angels and demons" much more, I mean cmon the time limit!
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lafa Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005   Interface Designer
Read it, twice and red Angels And Deamons to.

tibro: if this guy is right:P im gonna be a catolic:P
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tibro Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005   Digital Artist
have you seen the nostraldamus (i cant spell his name at all) predictions? he predicted the 9/11 terrorism attacks etc.

and his next predicition is the next pope after this one will actually be Satan and will destroy the earth. Its pretty freaky when you see how many predictions he has got right (including predicting who This pope would be, Benedict) and then he goes and predicts the end of the world. !
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BPauba Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005
that 9/11 prediction was taken out of a very vague prediction.... i wouldnt call it a prediction. Media beefed up the story though.
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beeurd Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
I was under the impression that he predicted that the next pope would be the last one, and it would be the end of the Catholic faith, not the end of the world. But whatever, it's not gonna happen.
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Dragonword Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005
Yep ive read it, and liked it a lot. :D Love to see that movie.
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