The Da Vinci Code
It's not bad. Not yet. A bit over the top. Bad guys speak in stilted language (stilted, not Stilton which is a cheese) and the plot seems to center on secret societies and, therefore, must work itself out as the unraveling of a conspiracy theory unless I miss my mark. I'm kind of hoping that Satan himself makes an appearance in the flesh as it were.
Now this is all vastly different from A Rage in Harlem by Chester Himes. Probably the same difference between Rosemary's Baby and Harry Potter. It's not the difference between good and bad. Just different.
Anyway, I'll report on DVC whenI'm done. Perhaps I shall like it less.