From Language Log:
Recently, Mark Steyn contributed a book review to the Canadian weekly magazine Maclean’s, “The Da Vinci Code: bad writing for biblical illiterates”. The online copy is dated May 10, 2006, and in paper form, the material appears on p. 54 of the May 15, 2006 issue. Steyn’s piece is about 1300 words long. The first 550 words or so are about Dan Brown’s writing; the rest is about the Gospel of Judas. If you read the first portion of Steyn’s review along with the two Language Log posts that I’ve cited (here and here), I believe that you’ll notice some striking similarities.