Dan Brown has written several books, including a few he himself might not necessarily recommend, including The Da Vinci Code and The DaVinci Code: A Book of Enoch.
But his latest, which he co-authored with his brother and co-author, Richard Baum, is probably the most controversial.
The DaBinciCode, which is being published this month by Oxford University Press, is a book of “secret messages” that Brown claims he discovered while he was working for the CIA and the United States.
Brown says the book contains messages from God, UFOs, and a “shadow world” called The Abyss.
The book was reportedly discovered by Brown during his time as a CIA operative in Vietnam.
According to Brown, his messages were found by the CIA after he had disappeared.
Brown claims that he also received messages from aliens, but the book has been described by some as a “conspiracy theory” by others.
A search of the internet shows that the DaBins are not alone in their suspicions.
In September, a group of scholars including former CIA Director John Brennan and former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta also called for the book to be banned.
The group, the Council for Secular Humanism, also demanded that it be pulled from the shelves of bookstores.
Brown said he’s confident that the book is not “a hoax.”
The DaPins are skeptical.
“I’m confident that it’s not a hoax, that’s why I’m not afraid of it,” he said.
“The only thing I’m afraid of is the fact that it is not a book that will make you happy.”
Brown has not yet publicly addressed his theory, but said in a statement, “I’ve been working on this book for about 15 years, and have been the subject of a great deal of harassment, stalking, threats, and intimidation.
It’s very difficult for me to believe that anyone would try to ruin my life, especially my family, because I’m a journalist.
And I’m certainly not going to let them do that to anyone else.”
A spokesperson for the publisher of The DaDinciCodes told the Guardian, “We are reviewing this book and will respond as soon as we have more information.”
Brown said in the statement, The DaCodes are still reviewing this material, and will share any new information as it becomes available.
Brown has been a prolific writer since the 1970s, writing a number of novels, including his book of the same name, the novels of George Saunders, and the novels that have since become iconic in popular culture.
He’s also written four more books, and in 2012 was the recipient of the John W. Campbell Prize, a lifetime achievement award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
Brown also wrote a series of short stories, the first of which was published in the book The Da Chronicles of Narnia: The Chronicles of the Narnian Princess.
The other three books were later adapted into movies.
The Campbell Prize was first given in 1988 and is a joint award between the Campbell Foundation and the William Morrow Foundation.
The winners of the Campbell Prize are announced every year.