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Brown Technology Endowment to help "provide computers and high-tech equipment for students in need. It was in the book Holy Blood Holy Grail that Baigent, Leigh, and co-author Henry Lincoln had advanced the theory that Jesus and Mary Magdalene married and had a child and that the bloodline continues to this day.
Brown apparently alluded to the two authors' names in his book. Leigh Teabing , a lead character in both the novel and the film, uses Leigh's name as the first name, and anagrammatically derives his last name from Baigent's.
Mr Justice Peter Smith found in Brown's favor in the case, and as a private amusement, embedded his own Smithy code in the written judgment. It, too, garnered mostly negative reviews, though critics were kinder to it than to its predecessor. It was widely anticipated and launched the Cannes Film Festival , though it received overall poor reviews. One of his songs, "Phiano," which Brown wrote and performed, was listed as part of the film's soundtrack. In the film, Brown and his wife can be seen in the background of one of the early book signing scenes.
Adaptations Because of the research-intensive nature of his novels, Brown can spend up to two years writing them. To remain focused on such projects, Brown ensures that when he chooses a theme for the novel what he refers to as the "big idea" , and its subject, that they be those that can hold his interest.
In Brown's view, the ideal topic does not have an easily defined right or wrong view, but presents a moral grey area that can lend itself to debate.
Because his favorite subjects include codes, puzzles, treasure hunts, secretive organizations and academic lectures on obscure topics, he tends to incorporate those into his novels. Because Brown considers writing to be a discipline that requires constant practice, he has developed a routine to maintain his abilities. He keeps an antique hourglass on his desk, so that he can stop briefly every hour to do push-ups, sit-ups and stretching exercises to keep his blood flowing.
He has also told fans that he uses inversion therapy to help with writer's block. He uses gravity boots and says, "hanging upside down seems to help me solve plot challenges by shifting my entire perspective. There is no wittier dialogue anywhere.
This series got me interested in the genre of big-concept, international thrillers. During the lawsuit over alleged copyright infringement in The Da Vinci Code, information was introduced at trial that showed that Blythe did research for the book. In the Vatican archives, Langdon recalls a wedding of two people named Dick and Connie, which are the names of his parents.
Brown also said that characters were based on a New Hampshire librarian, and a French teacher at Exeter, Andre Vernet. Brown's promotional website states that puzzles hidden in the book jacket of The Da Vinci Code, including two references to the Kryptos sculpture at CIA Headquarters in Langley, Virginia , give hints about the sequel. This repeats a theme from some of Brown's earlier work. Brown's first three novels had little success, with fewer than 10, copies in each of their first printings.
It is now credited with being one of the most popular books of all time, with 81 million copies sold worldwide as of In all four of his novels were on the New York Times list in the same week, and in he made Time magazine's list of the most influential people of the year.
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