Book Reviews of The Da Vinci Deception

The Da Vinci Deception
The Da Vinci Deception
Author: Mark Shea, Edward Sri, Editors of Catholic Exchange
ISBN-13: 9781932927641
ISBN-10: 1932927646
Publication Date: 2/14/2006
Pages: 120
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.

3.3 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Ascension Press
Book Type: Paperback
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This book is interesting to a degree - but fails to truly counter act the Da Vinci Code. It does not cite sources or adequately argue the larger points.
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This book is for anyone who actually believes that Dan Brown's "Da Vinci Code" is based on "facts".
It uses a Q & A format to present Brown's errors and then uses legitimate scholarly sources to refute them.
The book is a very easy read and provides you with legitimate sources that you can easily verify, which is something that is severely lacking in Brown's book. His characters are always referring to "experts" that are unnamed.
This is one of the best books, exposing the false "facts" of the "Da Vinci Code", that I've read thus far.
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The back cover of this book says, "...DaVinci Code is posioning the faith of millions....b/c of its lurid prose and". Well that's a lot for one book. One must remember the DVC is a novel written for entertainment purposes to make an author money. It is FICTION.
It is ludicrous that anyone should feel it necessary to change his/her religious beliefs because of it or has to get the real truth from an obscure little book like the Davinvi Deception. This book is not worth the time it took to read.