Da Vinci Code - Dan Brown - Editions France Loisirs
- Author (s): dan brown
- Editor: France Loisirs
- French language
- Publication: 01/10/2004
- Format: Medium, from 350g to 1kg
- Number of pages: 510
Jacques Saunière, curator at the Louvre is found dead in a strange position: that of the Vitruvian man, a famous drawing by Leonardo Da Vinci. The police, who do not understand this enigma, decide to call on Robert Langdon, professor of symbology at Harvard.The inspector who investigates: Bézu Fache, suspect Robert Langdon, who according to him, would belong to a satanic sect.Sophie Neveu-inspector of the French scientific police, specialist in coded messages and granddaughter of Jacques Saunière-does not believe not to the guilt of Langdon and helps him to investigate to prove his innocence and find the culprit of the murder of his grandfather.We discover that Jacques Saunière was the last Grand Master of a sect: the Pieuré de Sion. counted as members of the important characters such as: Victor Hugo, Michelangelo Buonarotti, Raffaelo, Sir Isaac Newton, Botticelli, or even Leonardo Da Vinci himself. Their adventures take them through France, England and Scotland where the mythical Roslyn Chapel plays a leading role. They will meet collectors, members of Opus Dei… The Da VInci Code is an esoteric-detective novel. Although dealing with the theme of religion, this novel is not at all intended for believers, since Dan Brown himself Even is agnostic! The plot is well conducted and we never suspect the real responsible ...