Free: Download Dan Brown’s Bestseller, The DaVinci Code, Until March 24

DaVinciCodeI’ll be the first one to admit it, The DaVin­ci Code isn’t exact­ly an easy fit on a site that promis­es to talk about “the best cul­tur­al media” out there. But Dan Brown’s 2003 mys­tery nov­el has sold north of 80 mil­lion copies and now finds itself trans­lat­ed into 44 lan­guages. And the Lou­vre fig­ures cen­tral­ly in the book’s plot. That gives it some cul­tur­al cred, no? Okay, maybe not! Any­way, to cel­e­brate the 10th anniver­sary of the book’s pub­li­ca­tion, Dou­ble­day has decid­ed to give away copies of the best­seller through March 24, mak­ing the book avail­able as a free down­load on mul­ti­ple ebook plat­forms: Ama­zon, Apple iBook­store, Barnes & Noble, Google, Sony Read­er, and Kobo. Accord­ing to Gal­l­ey­cat, the down­load will include “the pro­logue and first chap­ter of Infer­no, Brown’s upcom­ing nov­el.”

Mean­while, if you’re look­ing for a weight­i­er read, don’t miss our col­lec­tion of 375 Free eBooks for the Kin­dle, iPad and Nook

H/T Medi­a­bistro

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