The Lost Symbol

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Anchor Books, 2010 - Fiction - 639 pages
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In this stunning follow-up to the global phenomenon The Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown demonstrates once again why he is the world's most popular thriller writer. The Lost Symbol is a masterstroke of storytelling that finds famed symbologist Robert Langdon in a deadly race through a real-world labyrinth of codes, secrets, and unseen truths . . . all under the watchful eye of Brown's most terrifying villain to date. Set within the hidden chambers, tunnels, and temples of Washington, D.C., The Lost Symbol is an intelligent, lightning-paced story with surprises at every turn.† This is Dan Brown's most exciting novel yet.


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Great Plot and suspense. - Flipkart
... ending unsatisfactory. - Flipkart
The facts are all supportive in the plot and real. - Flipkart
The Symbol is a page turner most of the time. - Flipkart
The book starts of well but the plot vanishes midway. - Flipkart
The frame of the plot remained same ever since. - Flipkart

Review: The Lost Symbol (Robert Langdon #3)

User Review  - Zarlishii - Goodreads

Iam thrilled. Period. It is an intellectual read. Dan Brown's authentic style and his factual descriptions about Masonism is fascinating. Once you start this book it is so hard to keep it down. Noetic ... Read full review

Review: The Lost Symbol (Robert Langdon #3)

User Review  - DramaQueen - Goodreads

I read The Da Vinci Code and Angels And Demons ages ago (I even used that second one for my English exam and that was five years ago... and before that I had already read it in Dutch). When The Lost ... Read full review

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Dan Brown is the author of The Da Vinci Code, one of the most widely read novels of all time, as well as the international bestsellers Angels & Demons, Deception Point, and Digital Fortress.† He lives in New England with his wife.

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