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The Lost Symbol (Robert Langdon)

(Book #3 in the Robert Langdon Series)

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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... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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7 ratings

Best thriller

Dan Brown never fails, if you like thriller books this one is for you

Best one yet

Much better then the other two books combined, in my opinion. has a lot of mystery elements and elaborately written

Robert Langdon fans should enjoy this book

If you enjoyed the Robert Langdon character in "The Da Vince Code" and "Angels and Demons", I truly believe you will enjoy this story by author Dan Brown too. I know I did. Even if you're not a member of the fan club, you simply have to admire Brown for the obvious amount of research he has done on the locations and subject matter he describes in this book. His colorful yet painstakingly detailed and accurate descriptions of the historic landmark buildings and monuments of Washington, D.C. were fascinating to someone who has never had the opportunity to visit the city. I was so inspired I've started planning a vacation to D.C.! And I hated American history as a kid! I've never had anything more than a casual interest in the architecture of our nation's capital or any architecture for that matter, but this book has had me daydreaming lately about visiting and walking the halls of these inspirational structures for myself! For those who ever considered themselves a sort of weekend philosopher, Brown's thoughtful references to the relationships we've all pondered from time to time between science, religion, and ancient mysticism had me frequently nodding my head as he eloquently explained answers to theories I had often found myself wondering about during my own introspective moments. Who hasn't asked himself questions like, "Why are we here?" and "What happens next?"? His plausible explanations, regardless of whether you're a "believer" or whether they might be "fact" or "fiction", made me want to read on and learn more of what this author had to say about the mysteries all of us have longed to understand since man first looked to the star-filled heavens in wonder. I'd never heard of the Noetic Sciences before reading this book, but his description of character Katherine Solomon's chosen career and her passion for this science had me spending an entire evening doing my own research on the subject. I have to admit, I have not been doing much leisure reading in recent years, so maybe that disqualifies me as a serious book reviewer, but my recent Kindle purchase and this, my first Kindle book, has had me coming home from work every evening the past few weeks, fixing dinner, taking care of the daily chores and finally settling in to read a few chapters of The Lost Symbol instead of channel surfing on the television. And don't get me wrong. I enjoy my favorite television programs and movies too, but what a great escape The Lost Symbol has been! Yes it's a long book and a lot of reading, but so what? Relax, take your time, and enjoy this well written story as I did. Download the sample and have a look for yourself.

Lost Symbol

As always, Brown has done a masterful job. Fast moving, complex, interesting -- he done good.

Simbolo Perdido

Facinante!! La forma en que Brown narra esta historia es encantadora. No te puedes separar de leer este libro. el suspenso la curiosidad, la historia, todo. Gran Aplauso para Dan Brown. Fabuloso Final! simplemente te lo recomiendo. un libro ademas de entretenido lleno de sabiduría.

He has done it again...

All of Dan Brown's books are amazing. But this book ranked first in my database of at least A Thousand books. Dan Brown has spun an intricate tapestry of the Freemasons. The amazing thing is that Dan Brown has used truth, but also strayed from the truth while making a completely believable tale. Katherine's work made me want to try it out myself. I found myself longing to become a Mason. His story is completely believable. Maybe he is right about us being God ourselves and that we are creators. I, myself am a very scientific person, an Athiest. I believe that religion is just a way for people to get away from all of the bad stuff. Even so, all of a sudden, I found myself wondering and believing that this type of thing, however unfathomable may be true. Dan Brown is my favorite author, for he makes me think hwile entertaining me with a somewhat true story about things that people have been pondering for years; things that scholars never figure out.

WOW!! Great page turner!

I bought this latest Dan Brown book for my Kindle, planning on saving it to read on an upcoming trip. Well I made it a whole two weeks before I brought down and started reading the book. And once I started I couldn't put it down. The detail and storyline sucked me right in. I know that many of his books get plenty of attention and the entire plot and details are broken down and examined by professional to determine the "truth", and I have one thing to say about's FICTION, with enough truth thrown in to make it believable. Why do you think he is such a popular's because you want to believe the story he is telling. Just sit back and enjoy the ride. And what a ride this story was. Buy it and share with your friends!
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