The Lost Symbol

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Anchor Books, 2010 - Fiction - 639 pages
247 Reviews

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  - Ademilson Moraes - Goodreads

This is the first book by Dan Brown that I have ever read. I remember that it took me only a couple of days to finish it, mainly because I find Dan's writing style so clean and easy to read. It is a ... Read full review

Review: The Lost Symbol (Robert Langdon #3)

User Review  - Lina - Goodreads

my cousin "Fatma" gave me that book and she encouraged me to read it, and i'm so glad i did. this is actually the first book of Dan Brown i read so far, now i'm so excited to read the other five! i'm ... 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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