Google celebrating Da Vinci Code 10th anniversary with free book, discounted film


Google is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Da Vinci Code legacy with the only way it knows how — awesome sales on the film and novel associated with the age-old IP. For the book in particular, you can get it for free on Google Play alongside a free excerpt from Dan Brown’s forthcoming novel titled Inferno, set for launch May 14th.

If you’re the type who’d rather follow a condensed film version of the tale you can grab that at a discounted rate. Google’s only asking you to part ways with about $5 for it — it’s not free, but it certainly is a good price for a very intriguing film. You can find the novel for download here (even if you aren’t going to read it anytime soon you might as well “buy” it for the future), and the film can be acquired here, both in the Google Play Store.

Quentyn Kennemer
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  1. FYI, it’s not Google giving it away for free, it’s the publisher running a promotion. And, it’s not only on Google Play. It’s available for free at practically all online sites that sell eBooks including Apple iBookstore, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, etc.

  2. This offer is valid in US only.

  3. … and why are we “celebrating” this book? …

    1. Dan Brown has a new book — a chapter or two is included with free Da Vinci novel… so, publisher promotional reasons.

  4. Can you believe Da Vinci Code is one of the highest selling novel series of all time? I never read the books, but I saw some of the movies and they are so suspenseful!

  5. Its US Only.

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