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The Da Vinci Cod A Fishy Parody characters ↠ 0 Ù Where there's a CODE there's a COD In the not so distant past a man had a Very Cunning Theory which he wrote down in a book and it proved to be very popular indeed In the very distant past a man was born who had a wife who had a child who grew up and had children in turn and so there Ne to see despite lots of Bad People trying to cover up the whole thing And the man with the Very Cunning Theory figured all this out from lots of clues and pictures that Leonardo da Vinci had cunningly concealed and then published it for everyone to see But then it turned out that this Very Cunning Theory was Not So Cunning After All because it wasn't true Not even remotely Not even a tiny bit lik. Robert Donglan returns as a recurring character in Dan Brine’s The Da Vinci Cod set in the 2000’s in Italy The curator of a museum is found dead with evidence the illuminati not the same ones from the book The Da Vinci Code are to be blamed for foul play It turns out that if the deceased writes in blood the Chatholic Curch Had Me Murdered it must be the work of an ancient society looking for the holy Cod fish Like most books of this genre parodies of cheap supermarket fiction stupid airport thrillers there is little incentive to keep turning the pages other than this is a uick read

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Where there's a CODE there's a COD In the not so distant past a man had a Very Cunning Theory which he wrote down in a book and it proved to be very popular indeed In the very distant past a man was born who had a wife who had a child who grew up and had children in turn and so there was a bloodline stretching to today And Leonardo da Vinci knew all about it and recorded it in a painting for everyo. In this page turner Brown enlightens the mind as he leads the reader through an enticing mystery The masterpiece explores the ideals of religion and the loss of the pagan reverence to the ancient feminine A true thriller the novel prevents anyone from setting it down Brown opens the reader’s eyes to the mysteries surrounding popular religion and raises a few uestions Obviously the novel was fictitious but Dan Brown’s engaging writing lets the reader that its real This is what I found to be the most spectacular about this book I enjoyed the conspiracy theory aspects of the novel but the ending was sort of anti climatic Otherwise I enjoyed the book and would recommend this book to anyone especially someone seeking to curl up with a book and enjoy a great story

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The Da Vinci Cod A Fishy ParodyEly Which is where this book comes in Because it turns out that although Leonardo da Vinci didn't know anything at all about a holy bloodline extending to the present day he knew a very great deal indeed about what cod really are and that sinister knowledge is only now coming to light Fishclaimer This book has not been authorized or endorsed by Dan Brown or his publishers but it is much much funnie. For someone who is intimately familiar with Brown’s work this book is probably an absolute scream I recognized only the obvious puns having read Da Vinci Code once last year but they were cleverly masked within the storyline The plot was rather weak but with all the distracting slams again the Code not many people are likely to notice or care