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Product: Book Hardcover
Title: The Da Vinci Code
Publisher: Doubleday
Authors: Dan Brown
Rating: 1/5
The Da Vinci Code
Just one more historical inaccuracy...


I have already reviewed this book, but I have just remembered what is perhaps one of the most important inaccuracies of this book.It says that the Divine name (YHVH) is taken from Jehovah, a combination of some male God's name and eve, however it is the other way around.Around 400BC the jews stopped saying the divine name, saying 'Adonai' (my lord) or 'ha-shem' (the name) instead. Now, hebrew is written without vowels, so around 1000AD the Masorites (jewish monks) put in vowel points because they realized that hebrew was dying out as spoken language, so they added vowels so that people would still be able to read and pronounce the words of the tanakh (kind of like the Old Testament...same books, differant order. Refers to Torah (law), Nevi'im (prophets), and Ketuvim (writings)) When they came across the divine name, they had a dilema, someone reading the Tanakh out loud may accidentally say the name outloud, defying 1400 year convention and rabbinic law. They had a simple solution, they did not put in the vowels for YHVH (modern reconstruction would say that it was originaly most likely 'Yahveh') but rather added the vowels for 'adonai' making Y+a+h+o+v+a+h = yahovah, this is an unpronouncible word in hebrew (two sylable word, because the 'o' is frequently not written, the first vowel is whats called a 'vocal sheva' something which cant be alone in a sylable-take my word for it) so anyone reading would say 'Hey! I can't pronounce that, must be ha-shem'. So jews (being intelligent people-I'm a christian by the way, we are the 'dumb' ones) knew not to say it, but in 1000-1500AD period, christian (german) monks came across it and without pause, with no regard for the language, simply said 'Jehovah' while I imagine the jews just looked on either shaking their heads or laughing hilariously. So there you have it! The Christians invented the name Jehovah, it's not our God's name after all! Plus, Jehovah came out of YHVH, not the other way round, this male god plus eve stuff is nonsense.So, if you've read to this point, congratulations, you have had an actual history lecture, perhaps Dan Brown should read. If I have inspired you to learn Hebrew, good! It's a great language, I love it, makes Greek look so silly.



Product: Book Hardcover
Title: The Da Vinci Code
Publisher: Doubleday
Authors: Dan Brown
Rating: 1/5
The Da Vinci Code
TAKE YOUR TIME BEFORE DECIDING TO READ THIS ONE . . .


________________________________________ _____________It appears, with 2381 reviews as of this posting, that many people have at least heard something about this book that's made them curious enough to buy and read it . . . and that's fine, that's how it works. That isn't really how it happened with me though. It was an impulse buy off the stand of a book store. I didn't talk with anyone about it or read any reviews other than the short sketch on the back cover which mentioned a secret society of famous artists and scientists from history and a dangerous action-packed chase leading up to an "unpredictable and stunning conclusion." All I can do is give you my honest opinion:Although THE DA VINCI CODE starts out interestingly enough with a gripping murder amid bizarre circumstances and a somewhat believeable investigation, the action becomes too repetitious and the book soon shows what fiction at its worst is all about. The characters and their development are cliche and ridiculous to the point of being comical, but that alone is not the problem. The real bore to me concerns how many of the mysteries' outcomes (i.e. Sophie's geneological identity, the missing orb on Sir Isaac Newton's tomb, etc.) are totally predictable from about the first third of the book onward.More importantly, though obviously fictitious, I found myself quite offended at the subject matter of the main plot. The story is blasphemous in the extreme, though nowadays I'm probably among a small minority that would even care. It argues that paganism is at the true heart of Christianity. Fiction can sometimes veil ideas that people take into their minds and twist into fact (some of the reviews here illustrate this). The thing that kept me reading in the face of all this was the hope that a development in the storyline would put things right in the end, but this hope was in vain. One review I read here makes the somewhat lucid point that this is all in fun, the book is only fiction and that one should forget these things and simply have fun and enjoy it. I can agree with this only up to a point. Fiction should be fun, but when it starts making a mockery of sacred things - pointed directly at the Savior, even in the context of fiction, it looses me in a hurry.I try to be as positive as I can in doing these reviews but this time I'm sorry, the hype and high recommendations some are giving this book are undeserved. The only redeeming quality that I could find is the fact that, yes, it is fast paced. This should provide you some mercy in being able to get through it quickly - if you make the regrettable decision to waste your time reading it like I did. Truly, there are much better fictional novels out there!



Product: Book Hardcover
Title: The Da Vinci Code
Publisher: Doubleday
Authors: Dan Brown
Rating: 4/5
The Da Vinci Code
Da vinci in a hole new perspectvie


The Da Vinci code is about a man and a women who set out on a quest for the holy grail. yes believe it the holy grail. but there arre those who dont what the grail to surface. those being the holy catholic church and the notorias group of Opes Dei. Landgon and Nuvier are on a quest for the greatest of treasure. this book features many twists and turns such as some truths and some lies that you are lead to believe.
It all begins when Sophie Nuvier's grandfather whom she hasn't sponken to in ten years was brutally murdered by Selis an Opes Dei member in search of the keystone, wich is the key needed to unlock the grail. Sophie dicovers that her grandfather has been murdered and a message left by her grandfather told her to find Robert Langdon, a sybloigest. With Sophie being a cryptologist together they join there knowlege to solve the most complicated of mystery of all time.
along the way the meet up with Fache, who is the head of the D.C.P.G wich is the london police. Salis, is also hunting Robert and Sophie as they struggle to find the grail. Mean while while looking for the grail and running from salis Sophie learns more than she imgined about her all to normal and boring life and secrets about her grandfather that she was never supposed to know.
Do Sophie and Robert taste the sweet friuts of there laong and dangerous labor, and does Sophie discover all to much about her past, and does Langdon trust to many people? To find out about this captivating qwest for enlightenment and understanding read the addicting novle you won't be able to put it down from cover to cover.
a Review by Jared lowdermilk
and 8th grade student



Product: Book Hardcover
Title: The Da Vinci Code
Publisher: Doubleday
Authors: Dan Brown
Rating: 2/5
The Da Vinci Code
Hate God? You'll love this book!


This is a fairly well thought out thriller, but it becomes apparent soon enough that the main thrust of this book is that The Bible is not the word of God, but just a collection of fiction.There are plenty of good books that don't make a Christian feel dirty reading them. This one is a waste of time.



Product: Book Hardcover
Title: The Da Vinci Code
Publisher: Doubleday
Authors: Dan Brown
Rating: 4/5
The Da Vinci Code
All you "intellectuals" need to lighten up


This is a very good book. Period.I noticed a lot of "smart" people complaining about inaccuracies in the grammer and historical elements of this book. Hey, THIS IS A FICTIONAL NOVEL. And a good one. It's well written and very entertaining. Are some elements kind of stretch? Yes. Do they detract from the story? On the contrary.This should be on your read list unless you're too obstinate to overlook the fiction portions of the book.Having said all that, I will say that I did not enjoy this book as much as Angels & Demons for 2 primary reasons. 1) the characters in this novel are too similar to those in A&D. 2) there are times in this novel where Mr. Brown seems to think that his characters need to stop using their brains long enough to let the ready "solve" a problem or "crack" a code. The main characters seemed to have the hardest time solving the easiest problems. He writes these instinces off by insinuating that they are trying too hard or looking too deep, but it comes off like a blatant attempt to allow us, the readers, to show how brilliant we are by solving something before the characters do. Regardless, this is a great novel....just not quite a great as Angels & Demons.



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