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The idea for this companion book to Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code was conceived by readers who, like most other readers, mentally visualize the people, scenery, architecture, and objects described in the text they are perusing. It offers photographs of all the major buildings, landmarks, art, and mythology referenced in Brown's best-selling novel. Whether reading the novel because it is a great mystery or because the reader is intrigued by the theological hypotheses, this volume will enrich the experience, allowing readers to visit the art and mythological characters and perhaps expand their knowledge of them.
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No book in recent history has so completely captured the interest of such a wide range of the reading public. For that reason, I believe there will be strong interest in a volume that sheds powerful light on the great art treasures and mythological elements woven into the page-turning plot of the international bestseller. Additionally I believe the visual presentations and commentary in this work will significantly enhance the experience for the reader of The Da Vinci Code, which is really the ultimate benefit of this book.About the Author:
David Morris lives in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia. He has three children who are young adults in various stages of their education. Dr. David Morris is by training both an industrial/organizational psychologist and a lawyer. He is president of Morris and McDaniel, a management and human resource consulting firm. His business takes him all over the world, including Baghdad, where his firm has an office. He balances his extremely practical business life with exotic romantic travel. He has ridden a camel in the Sahara Desert, traveled down the Mississippi River on a raft that he built, traveled through the Amazon, and retraced the trail of Marco Polo overland from Venice to Zanada in Inner Mongolia
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Book Description Lamar Publishing House, LLC, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0974474738