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bajo
04.10.01, 05:08 PM
Katatapos ko lang basahin... at last.
akala ko di ko matatapos...
pero noong nabasa ko yung first few chapters... mukhang exciting. ayun hanggang natapos ko.
actually may nadamay pa akong officemate na basahin ito, mas nauna nga lang sya natapos

galeng galeng ng author...
dami ko natutunan...

about the religion thing... wala lang. wala naman nagbago sa akin.

Kailan kaya gagawing movie ito? ang alam ko may line-up na sila ng mga characters to play. pero hindi pa yata nagstart i-shoot.

tama si kuya arjay. kailangan ulitin from the start.

bhoyet
04.10.08, 11:22 AM
Jo try mong basahin yung Hiram Key.... ;)

ichigo_katorse
07.12.19, 04:58 PM
No offense to the people who actually liked Dan Brown.. Thing is, Dan Brown as an author is not really that good. Compared to William Golding or Scott Anderson..his writing techniques is not that Good.

While I was reading the book Da Vinci Code, I already, somehow, knew the true identity of Leigh Teabing and his role. It's more of a quest of verification that I am right than guessing who's the big wizard of oz.

Sorry, just stating my own opinion that's all. It actually helped my faith. Now I know that God is really that Good and full of Wisdom. At the end of the day, Da Vinci Code is just a myth..unproved, unsolved myth... hahaha God is soo powerful!!1

titopao
07.12.19, 05:05 PM
No offense to the people who actually liked Dan Brown.. Thing is, Dan Brown as an author is not really that good. Compared to William Golding or Scott Anderson..his writing techniques is not that Good.

No worries. I actually found his style boring. Buti na lang hindi ko binili yung book, I would have surely regretted it ;)

xxboredom
07.12.20, 07:37 AM
I haven't read the Da Vinci Code, though I watched the movie. But I really enjoyed Angels and Demons. And yeah at times I found it boring. But it pulled me in towards the end.