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Men go to far greater lengths to avoid what they fear than to obtain what they desire.
Dan Brown’s ‘The Da Vinci Code’ was such a phenomenon that the only book that sold more copies that year was the latest Harry Potter adventure. Decried as incorrect and offensive, it nevertheless sold 90 million copies by 2009.
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God answers all prayers, but sometimes his answer is ‘no’.
Robert Langdon discovers that longtime conspiracy theory boogeymen, the ‘Illuminati’, are back and plotting against the Catholic Church. Our protagonist has to warn the Vatican before it’s too late. However, soon conspiracy after conspiracy becomes uncovered, and all initial assumptions about who is responsible for what are shattered.
If you liked this book you will probably love the movie (and these other great movies similar to ‘Angels and Demons’) as well.
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It is typical of my unregenerable soul that I can only see this as a marvellous theme for a novel. – Anthony Burgess
In ‘The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail’, the trio of authors put forward the theory that the historic Jesus married Mary Magdalene and created the Merovingian dynasty in Southern France, and that there is a secret society known as the ‘Priory of Scion’.
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Everyone has secrets. It’s just a matter of finding out what they are.
It’s really a shame this was published posthumously, as I’m sure Stieg Larsson would have loved to see his ‘Millenium’ series become so popular. In ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’, Reporter Mikael Blomkvist is hired by an industrial tycoon, Henrik Vanger, to investigate the disappearance of his niece, Harriet, along with computer hacking whiz Lisbeth Salander.
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If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face—forever!
Written shortly after the WW2, the fall of Nazism and during the continued rise of Communism, ‘1984’ is an incredibly entertaining read in isolation, but when you consider how much has come true from Orwell’s warning to the future, it becomes incredibly chilling.
1984 focuses on Winston Smith and his subtle rebellions against the authoritarian regime that dominates his everyday life. This leads him into the very heart of the machine, and into depths of madness.
Less into conspiracy and more into fiction inspired by the church? This other book like ‘The Da Vinci Code’ should tickle your fancy!
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Well, you’re going to want to find a modern version of this, but this is practically required reading for anyone into church-inspired fiction. ‘Divine Comedy’ is split up into three separate parts. ‘Inferno’ chronicles Dante’s journey through hell, ‘Purgatorio’ chronicles his journey through purgatory, and you’ve probably guessed that the third part, ‘Paradiso’ chronicles his journey through heaven.
Dan Brown is one of the most prolific authors out there, with his books ‘Digital Fortress’, ‘The Lost Symbol’ and ‘Inferno’ all being particularly good, as are the other books in Stieg Larsson’s ‘Millennium’ trilogy ‘The Girl Who Played with Fire’ and ‘The Girl who Kicked the Hornets Nest’.
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