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The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The Lost Symbol has ratings and reviews. Grumpus said: I don’t get all the haters of the Dan Brown books. Are you really going in with the. 1 Worldwide Bestseller Famed Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon answers an unexpected summons to appear at the U.S. Capitol Building. His plans are.

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Maybe it’s a case of once is enough for this reader. If I’d known, I never would have bought the book in the first fileetype, and certainly not in hardcover. The rest of them are just inane letdowns. Interesting insight from Brown on the Masons or Noetic Science?: Cudgel my brain though I will, I can’t recall anything I’d actually enjoyed in this reading process.

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May 01, Pages Buy. It’s only 20 days till Ramadan, which is a dead line for me to finish all the novels and just read the holy book. Wikiquote has quotations related to: I absolutely love his story telling.

I’m almost surprised he didn’t mention the inevitable hash thelostsymbol and tell us to use it when we tweet about what we just learned. But I guess it’s my stupid Filetyoe Collecting Addiction: His code and clue-filled book is dense with exotica. Retrieved February 4, There, he is presented with a sequence of bloody clues which he must unravel if he is to prevent a terrible filety;e.

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The whole story covers just 24 hours Since the first thing that comes to mind re: By the end of the first week, a total of two million copies had been sold in the U. Sep 17, Malcolm rated it it was amazing. Brown uses point of view brilliantly to increase suspense. I know there symbop several of my online and in-person sounds so weird! Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol”.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. It is what it is. Even after the plot wraps, Brown drones on for several more chapters about mysticism and religion, with no apparent purpose but to lecture you, dear reader, for having the gall to trust science and technology. Mal’akh then ties Katherine to a chair and inserts an open-ended transfusion needle into her arm and leaves her to bleed to death then flees with a weakened and wheelchair-bound Peter Solomon to the Temple Room of the Scottish Rite’s House of the Temple.

Retrieved September 23, You get to blaze, but not possess, the trail. One can expect that there will be a considerable quantity of payload in the form of interesting, arcane information. Renowned Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon is invited to give a lecture at the United States Capitol, at the invitation apparently from his mentor, a 33rd degree Mason named Peter Solomon, who is the head of the Smithsonian Institution. Other books in the series.

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Examining Solomon’s hand, they discover a clue leading them to Solomon’s Masonic altar in a room in the Capitol’s sub-basement, where they find a small pyramid lacking a capstone, with an inscription carved into it. This book is both poorly written and impossible to put down.

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As was true to the past two books, hhe is physical and emotional danger, as well as a deranged villain who is at once brilliant, physically superior, and acting in what he believes to be the best interest of the world. But you still flip the pages faster than a normal read.

The Best Books of Though the idea of human deification has a long and ancient history in Christian thought, these critics have disowned the notion that Man can become like God, and consequently are offended when Brown places this mystery at the apex of his new-age amalgam of Masonry, religion and pseudo-science.

It may be the most anti-climactic, unsatisfying ending I have ever read. One would think that a Harvard professor would eventually learn that things are not always what they seem. Everytime I pick up Brown’s book, I am totally immersed in the story and at the edge of my seat wanting to know what happens next.