Well, if Dan Brown asked me what I think about this book I would answer: "but test them all; hold on to what is good, reject every kind of evil. 1 Thessalonians 5: 21-22" haha. He certainly have a great historical background, but a terrible/huge mix of ideas. He lacks of identity. Don't get me wrong, I really liked some parts of the book, but others seems to be contradictory. Also, he missed the real meaning if the Bible. The Bible is not about power and "creating". It's about equality; it's about loving and caring for the others as we do for our own. Other than that, it was kind of too long, but I'll give it five stars.
Small minds have always lashed out at what they don't understand. There are those who create...and those who tear down. That dynamic has existed for all times. But eventually the creators find believers, and the number of believers reaches a critical mass. And suddenly the world becomes round, or the solar system becomes heliocentric. Perception is transformed, and a new reality is born.
Time is a river...and books are boats. Many volumes start down that stream, only to be wrecked and lost beyond recall in its sands. Only a few, a very few, endure the testings of time and live to bless the ages following.