If you are like most readers, you mentally visualise the people, scenery, architecture, and objects described in whatever text you are perusing. The idea for this companion book to Dan Brown's "The Da Vinci Code" was conceived by readers who, like you, do just that. Although they have created their own imaginary images to supplement their reading of this best selling novel, they wanted to actually see the images described and used to develop the plot. "The Art and Mythology of the Da Vinci Code", by David Morris, provides the opportunity to do exactly that. It offers photographs of all the major buildings, landmarks, art and mythology referenced in Dan Brown's best selling novel. The images are presented in the order that the theological references, theories, and clues are provided to solve the mystery. Whether you are reading the novel because it's a great mystery or because you are intrigued by the theological hypotheses, this volume will exponentially enrich the experience. If you have already read the novel, this volume will allow you to revisit the art and mythology and perhaps expand your knowledge of them.