My rating: 3 of 5 stars
A good little introduction to the fallacies of Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code. The narrative novel-like format is new and different, although a little forced at times, but that is only natural considering it is a clearly didactic piece of apologetics. The characters sound real enough for the purpose, though one has to wonder the ethics of combating fiction (in Brown’s book) with fiction. But there is supported data, of course. I enjoyed the new presentation of basic apologetic material. It was a nice review for me, quick enough to read on a drive to visit family for the Christmas holidays.