A fact-based fiction book by Dan Brown. A stellar thriller that has been on New York Times Best Seller list for well over an year.

The book has stirred much controversy over the proposed theory with Mary Magdalene and Jesus.

Readers should realize that even though there is a vast amount of information, all that may seem factual maybe fiction.
I think The Da Vinci code is true~!

Actually no it's not, it's fiction.
by Bob Sacamano 1 August 18, 2004
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Even though it is an extremly good work of fiction most of the history isn't true. The supposed history of the Priory of Sion is more or less a hoax; most historians willl tell you that there is little evidence it was even a thousand years old.
still a good book
After I had finished reading "The Da Vinci Code" and felt smart knowing everthing dan brown wrote, i went to wikipedia to learn more about the priory of sion; turns out it was just a little supported theory.
by sully August 27, 2004
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A book written to show how little we know about religion. Very good book. By Dan Brown. Its a mystery about the holy grail and da vinci.
by daniel July 12, 2004
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As I said in the Dan Brown entry, this book was based upon the book Holy Blood, Holy Grail, written in 1982. And it pisses me the fuck off every time some idiot sees the movie and thinks they are a fucking Religious Scholar, when they don't even know Dan Brown wasn't the first guy to say that Jesus was married to MM and they had kids, and the decedents walk among us today. Dan Brown is just a shitty fiction writer, whose books read like screenplays for a movie, and to sell more books, he copied someone else's ideas and made it into a fiction book because he's a no talent hack.
I saw The Da Vinci Code in theatres, now I think I'm an expert on Religion, but really, I'm just a moron.
by SmellyBaptist August 22, 2006
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1. Book that resulted in thousands of hectares of cruelly misspent paper. An ecological tragedy.
2. Self-help novel for the theologically impaired.
3. Ego-booster for sufferers of minimal-attention span disorder.
4. Least popular subject of conversation between my wife and myself.
"Guess what?! I just finished the Da Vinci Code and---"
"Don't. Just don't."
by Lord & Lady 80 March 15, 2006
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A 2003 novel written by Dan Brown. The controversies regarding the plot (Jesus Christ being married, Holy Grail being a woman, etc.) still ensue today. The movie version was released on May 19th, 2006. It is directed by Ron Howard.

Many people say that they will boycott any theatre that shows The Da Vinci Code. Why? Because they say it's not real. OF COURSE IT'S NOT REAL. THAT'S WHY IT'S IN THE FREAKING FICTION SECTION OF THE FREAKING LIBRARY. Imbeciles.
by Thrashmeister May 17, 2006
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A fiction novel by Dan Brown. Altought entertaining to read, it is often mistaken by uninformed wankers as factual non-fiction. Like almost all novels, it is completely based on bullshit.
Da Vinci code is a novel, not a text-book u fool!
by div0 April 11, 2005
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