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Dan Brown’s book The Da Vinci Code has just been released for a Young Adult audience. The abridged version of his best-selling novel will be aimed at 13+ and its new jacket reflects the targeted Young Adult readership.

It will introduce symbologist Robert Langdon and cryptographer Sophie Neveu to a younger generation.

Dan Brown commented:
“It is my sincere hope that this adaptation of The Da Vinci Code sparks in young adults the same thrill of discovery that I feel while exploring hidden history and the mysteries of the world we live in.”

The Da Vinci Code has sold more than 82 million copies. The YA edition will be released just before the third Robert Langdon film, Inferno, premieres in October. Tom Hanks will be reprising his role as Robert Langdon in Inferno.

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