The Secret Supper by Javier Sierra

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Hardcover Publisher: Atria Books; First Edition edition (2004) Language: Englis
 

About Javier Sierra

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Javier Sierra, whose works have been translated into thirty-five languages, is the author of The Lost Angel, The Lady in Blue, and the New York Times bestselling novel The Secret Supper. A native of Teruel, Spain, he currently lives in Málaga.
 
Published March 21, 2006 by Atria Books. 336 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Education & Reference. Fiction

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Set in the late 15th century, Sierra's first book translated into English revolves around a papal inquisitor's investigation into Leonardo da Vinci's alleged heresies and offers a new w

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The reading public seems to have a huge appetite now for religious conspiracy thrillers, and while it's a genre that overall leaves me cold, The Secret Supper by Javier Sierra is at least a convincing examination of the hidden messages in Leonardo Da Vinci's The Last Supper.

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Both novels deal with alleged secrets the Master intentionally introduced into his Last Supper, ostensibly to both ridicule Holy Mother Rome and to protect a secret "truth" about Jesus Christ and His extra-canonical life.

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Book Reporter

their basis --- in whole or in part --- the works of da Vinci.

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Entertainment Weekly

His organization — imagine a 15th-century KGB — begins receiving .

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The Bookbag

The description of the heresy - which did exist, although it is unlikely that Leonardo was part of it - and the impact it could have had on the Church of Rome is well described.

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