The Da Vinci Code

<p>Is it just me or has the Da Vinci Code been made sooooo big... like all my classes seem to always come back to it somehow. </p>

<p>Like in my ap euro class my teacher has seriously asked who has read the book like 10 times.... we spent like a whole day discussing all the stuff about it and stuff. </p>

<p>Now in my algebra II class we have to read an excerpt from it about PHI.</p>

<p>So I was just wondering if anyone else has seen how much this book has influenced schoolwork.</p>

<p>it's because it was a crazy bestseller. it influenced a lot of adults . . . so students are affected as well. Plus it's chock full of "educational" subjects.</p>

<p>I have seen it, except my school we just discuss it in religion or philosophy class. Not other classes. I believe that the book is so "big" because it's very controversial and my World Religions teacher last year discussed the facts and fiction in the book. I enjoyed the book, well written and adventurous. You just need to make sure you know how to separate fact from fiction in this book and that is why so many teachers comment or discuss it because not everybody understands the contents of the book.</p>

<p>I really liked the history presented in the book, some things I did not believe but overall I think Dan Brown's bestselling book and movie has been successful. What I like about the book is its suspense and the intensity.</p>

<p>The way it's written is nice, too. It's simple yet interesting. There aren't long sentences that are like 10 lines long, so that helps it.
I like his sentence variety.</p>

<p>ive read all of dan browns books (my fave was digital fortress cause im a computer geek) and i have to say hes a great write.</p>

<p>It was an action-packed book, but it wasn't a literary masterpiece. But I did really like it.</p>