I read Dan Brown’s “The Da Vinci Code” and thought it was a good book. It had a really good story line – – and some an awesome mystery and thread that made it hard to put down. When I was finished reading his book, I thought… “Hmm.. interesting take.”
Kind of like when I saw Oliver Stone’s “JFK” on DVD. “Hmm.. interesting take,” thought I.
The whole time understanding, and realizing, that it’s fiction. It’s not an accounting of the true events… because there’s no real historical documentation to back any of it up. It’s just one author’s imagination put to paper.
I have to wonder about why so much time and effort has been put into ‘debunking The Da Vinci Code’ as if the work, itself, is a documentary.
Unless I’m wrong and missed where the author defended his work as historical non-fiction?
That’s all. Nothing serious – – just pondering.