Dan Brown Message Board
bhavana posts on 1/8/2006 12:46:35 AM
Dear Mr.Dan Brown,
I have become an arent fan of you after i read The Da Vinci Code. That has propelled me to buy your other works too. but for The Deception point, I have read the other two. But I wonder why your novels begin with a death.
My understanding goes thus,
I belong to India and in India especially for Hindus, death is a beginning of a new life. is that your philosophy too.
whatever it is I really am glad that I belong to the times when you write. I tried reading Foucault's Pendulum but it went beyond my head. So please maintain the simplicity and the lucidity of your "style". Keep up your charm. Happy new year Mr. Brown.
tonia posts on 1/7/2006 7:18:50 PM
i've solved the prophecy, the city is venice, if you call jonas he just wants you to contact him thru the message broad
lee posts on 1/3/2006 1:30:41 AM
after getting the police information that the parchment was stolen, what should i do?
mhon posts on 12/27/2005 7:51:57 AM
what is robert langdon's favorite symbol? please helppppp!
Anonymous posts on 12/22/2005 5:47:37 PM
What do i do once I'm told the parchment is with Jonas?
Christina posts on 12/18/2005 6:11:50 PM
I have the parchment AND the key, but I can't decipher it. I thought I had it but I don't. PLease help.
Brady posts on 12/9/2005 4:47:21 PM
A good book to read that is similar to Dan Browns books is is called "The Eight" by Katherine Neville
Steve posts on 12/5/2005 9:24:31 PM
I am currently reading Deception Point, and am enjoying it, but I thought they had editors read them first. It isnt a huge error, but definitely one that is easily noticed.
caprigirl posts on 12/4/2005 4:06:55 PM
after going to the doubleknights website when i click on faukman or any other link it shows various search results...!!where to go from here
Sarah posts on 11/30/2005 2:37:08 PM
Hi, I'm on the website for the first time and I'm trying to do the gate game. I have the answer for number 2 (I think) but I can't find where to put it
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