Angel's and Demons that I found it predictable and was able to guess some of the twists early.
He's all "la la la, connect the dots" but the picture he comes up with is awkward and unconvincing.
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You are profoundly more intelligent than this holiday page-turner gives you credit for.

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The Da Vinci Code, 450 pages of irritatingly gripping tosh, offers terrified and vengeful Americans a hidden pattern in the world's confusions.