Make art history palatable and exciting for a large audience.
Los Angeles Times
Javier Sierra - The Secret Supper For fans of religious conspiracy and reinterpretations of religious history.
The Washington Post


Tightly paced and atmospheric, The Secret Supper is a dazzling historical thriller with a unique vision of both Leonardo da Vinci's genius and his masterpiece -- which you will never look at in the same way again.
 
Milan, 1497: Leonardo is completing The Last Supper.  But Pope Alexander VI realizes
that the painting contains clues to a baffling -- and blasphemous -- message, which he is determined to decode to execute Leonardo.
 
The Holy Grail and the Eucharist Bread are missing, there is no meat on the table, and the apostles, shockingly, are portraits of well-known heretics -- and none of them are depicted with halos.  And why has the artist painted himself into the scene with his back turned toward Jesus?
 
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