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The Lost Symbol (Robert Langdon)

The Lost Symbol (Robert Langdon)

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Language English
Binding Paperback
Publisher RHUK
Robert Langdon, a symbolist from Harvard, is beckoned for a talk at the Capitol Building by his mentor and philanthropist, Peter Solomon. As soon as he arrives, he finds Solomon's severed hand, left behind by a killer, Mal'akh - a hand that he identifies to be an archaic invitation.Robert understands that the only way to emancipate his friend is to follow the hints and symbols to where they lead him. As soon as he makes his final decision, he is brushed off far behind the frontispiece. He finds himself amidst America's hidden history - temples, alcoves, and adits. Everything around him seems to lead him to a single, fantastic, and incomprehensible gospel.The book, The Lost Symbol, is a heart-pounding thriller that keeps its readers engaged by offering breathtaking surprises on almost every page. It talks about the journey of Robert Langdon, wherein he moves towards 'The Truth' - the truth of the symbol that was hidden under a charade of surprises for decades together.A bestseller that ... See more
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  1. 1 of 1 people found this review helpful
     Good one but not good enough 9 March, 2014 On
    This was a novel a little different than other Dan Brown novels .
    The plot turned out to be a little predictable , unlike other Robert Langdon thrillers .
    It wont matter much if u skip this one , all Dan Brown lovers .
    In fact , it might disappoint you a bit .
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  2.  Another Dan Brown Book 9 August, 2014 On
    I get really excited the moment a new Dan Brown book releases. No, matter how many books you read from his collection, there will still be something you like from the new book.

    This, I'd say is not as great as his other works, but still surprised me a few times and I couldn't stop reading it.

    If you are a Dan Brown fan, it's a must read. If you are not, you can still give it a try. But read his other works first.
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  3. 0 of 1 people found this review helpful
     Not worth Buying... 14 April, 2013 On
    I was excited when the book was released....but after reading I was thoroughly disappointed. Surely Dan Brown could have made it a lot better... It's like the book initially gives you a hope of a super story and a mind blowing ending...but the in the end it was like a total train wreck
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  4. 1 of 4 people found this review helpful
     Fast Paced Thriller 8 May, 2013 On
    The Lost Symbol is the much-awaited sequel to the Da Vinci Code. If you liked The Da Vinci Code, you will enjoy this novel too. Back for the third time, Robert Langdon reprises his role of Harvard professor and symbologist. He is once again drawn into a thrilling series of event set in the capital of the Unite States. It is a fast paced thriller, and I personally found it very difficult to put down.
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