"The Da Vinci Code" by Dan Brown
Robert Langdon awoke slowly. A telephone was ringing in the darkness—a tinny, unfamiliar ring. He fumbled for the bedside lamp and turned it on. Squinting at his surroundings he saw a plush Renaissance bedroom with Louis XVI furniture, hand frescoed walls, and a colossal mahogany four poster bed. Where the hell am I?
Roberts Lengdons gausi iznira no miega. Tumsā zvanīja tālrunis svešāda, metāliska tirkšķēšana. Uz-taustījis naktslampiņu, viņš nospieda slēdzi. Pašķielējis sānis, Lengdons ieraudzīja Luija XVI stilā mēbelētu plīša guļamistabu, freskas uz sienām un milzīgu mahagonija gultu. Kur es īsti atrodos?
I personally thought that the Da Vinci Code was one of the best books I've ever read. I don't think people that read it should change their entire lives after reading it and believe the things that are written in it, because it is only a science fiction novel. If you read the book just for fun, it's actually an incredible book. Also, I don't think that people should avoid reading it because of the things they hear that are written in it and miss reading a really good book. If you actually research a lot of the things, he writes in there, they're not 100% true.
It has some cultish information on anti-Christian theories and views that may be very objectionable to people who are religious, and some other religious cult presence that are presented as facts so one needs to understand what is presented is fiction with some theory, and not a fact. So, until the reader is mature enough to get over those issues. I would not recommend to teens younger than 17. If you have read it before offering the book to a capable teen, well, you know what is on there. But if you have not read it yourself, consider reading it (it really is an entertaining book).
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