The Da Vinci Code on Google Books

Many times we get asked where good free books can be found for Android. Not only is this one free, but it also comes with some extra content. Dan Brown's runaway hit The Da Vinci Code can now be downloaded from Google Play Books for free until March 24 for your phone or tablet. Packaged with this e-copy are the prologue and first chapter from Brown's upcoming novel Inferno, available May 14.

As the fastest selling adult hardcover of all time, and second best in sales only to Harry Potter in 2004, this book has been hard to avoid - but if you've managed to do so, or just want to relive the mystery while getting a sneak peak at Inferno, make sure to hit that download link by the 24th.

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There are 14 comments

OffSpot2 says:

I read this book when it first came out and then again a few years later. What a great story both times. Google pictures of the statues along the way for a more interactive experience. His other book "Angels and Demons" is just as good. Don`t pass this up!

leobloom says:

Still £5.49 in the UK play store

mafu6 says:

Yep £5.49 in UK Play store, guessing it will probably be tomorrow if this comes to the UK.. FYI most things take a few extra hours to come to the UK though not everything does.

still1 says:

i downloaded the book for free in US 2 days ago. so i wont get hopes up

JulioOsar says:

http://goo.gl/ONN79 (Home more information)

JulioOsar says:

my co-worker's mother-in-law makes $69 an hour on the internet. She has been unemployed for six months but last month her payment was $19007 just working on the internet for a few hours. Read more on this

Still Nowt for the UK!! :(

bob01uk says:

ditto :(

MERCDROID says:

Thanks for the tip!!

Kylecore says:

Sooo.. .I tried downloading it here in Canada, it says its free. Try to install it says it wants to charge my CC for amount of Free and since I don't have a CC it won't go through. Anyone know a work around for this?

still1 says:

yup, add your credit card to your acount

kernmal says:

It is also free on Kindle, Nook and Kobo. Does that help?

dahlheim says:

"prolouge". autocorrect is killing us...

do yo mean "auto car wrecked" ? :D