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ok, fine
Posted by cosmicfish on Jul 19, 2005
Here is the last page I got to... am I really supposed to call Europe?

http://www.randomhouse.com/cgi-bin/robertlangdon/dbz.cgi/dbz.cgi?accountID=1123581321

Has anyone read the DaVinci Code? My dad bought it yesterday, I'm going to read it when he's done.

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Posted by phduffy on Jul 19, 2005
I'm pretty sure that's a New York phone number, not a European one.

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Posted by jessie on Jul 20, 2005
i read the DaVinci Code, but that was not in it.

it is not a very good book though, so maybe don't waste your time.

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Posted by bryan on Jul 21, 2005
Don't talk to momma and poppa poetz about that, they will be upset. The Da Vinci Code, in their eyes, is a masterpiece of fiction, one to be enjoyed for the ages. If they could shoot one book into space as evidence of our super sweet writing skills, it would be this book.


hmm
Posted by vivian on Jul 21, 2005
i just googled it

gate 4: using info from the relic page, fill in the bank info

user: Marie Denarnaud
acc't: 1123581321 <- this is the Fibonacci Sequence

call -> (212) 782-9920

goto -> www.doubleknightbooks.com

gate 5: user: Jonas Faulker
pass: Venice

goto -> secret web page link in message

gate 6: the translated key is:

'the truth will be told in 2003'

call -> (212) 782-9932

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no idea why they're making you call long distance to presumably hear a recording..

also:
Posted by vivian on Jul 21, 2005
http://www.nigelcoldwell.co.uk/davincicode/all.htm

hhahah
Posted by vivian on Jul 21, 2005
Hi, this is Dan Brown, author of the Da Vinci Code. If you're calling this number, I assume you've solved the web quest, so congratulations, well done.

I hope you enjoyed taking this quest, as much as I enjoyed putting it together for you. Of course, if you've not yet read the Da Vinci Code, I hope you will soon. In the meantime, I'll be hard at work on the next Robert Langdon thriller.

Thanks again for playing, and congratulations on completing your quest.


HAHAHAHhhah

what!?
Posted by cosmicfish on Jul 21, 2005
there is no monetary prize for this game?! i am shocked.

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Posted by bryan on Jul 23, 2005
Be sure to drink your Ovaltine. Ovaltine? A crummy commercial? Son of a bitch!