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Publisher's Summary

Robert Langdon, un éminent spécialiste de symbologie de Harvard, est convoqué au Louvre pour examiner une série de pictogrammes en rapport avec l'œuvre de Léonard de Vinci. En déchiffrant le code, il met à jour l'un des plus grands mystères de notre temps... et devient un homme traqué.

Da Vinci Code, qui fête ses dix ans de publication, a été vendu à plus de 81 millions d'exemplaires dans le monde et traduit dans 51 pays.
©2003 / 2004 Dan Brown / Éditions Jean-Claude Lattès pour la traduction française (P)2013 Audiolib
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La presse en parle
"Da Vinci Code est un livre envoûtant, idéal pour les passionnés d'histoire, les amateurs de conspirations, les mordus du mystère, pour tous ceux qui aiment les grands récits que l'on ne parvient pas à lâcher. J'ai adoré ce roman."
Harlan Coben
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By Paula on 01-16-16

Crème de la crème

If you could sum up Da Vinci Code (Tétralogie Robert Langdon 2) in three words, what would they be?

I would say this book is: INTRIGUING, MYSTERIOUS and MASTERPIECE.

What other book might you compare Da Vinci Code (Tétralogie Robert Langdon 2) to and why?

I could compare to "The Name of the Roes - by Umberto Eco", because both books are masterpieces, very well written, with good humor and a series of exciting and unexpected events.<br/><br/>

Have you listened to any of François Montagut’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I don't think so, but I love it, first because i love this book, and second because François' performance is very good, his voice very pleasant, easy to understand, and this allows (help) to improve my french language.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Yes, but isn't about the story, is something more particular... because even understanding the pronunciation, there were parts that have difficulties. So every time I followed the story, I was very happy.

Any additional comments?

Dan Brown's book are wonderful, no matter in what language.

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