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by Dan Brown
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Reader & Dreamer
Reader & Dreamer rated it 4 years ago
Absolutely loved this book. There were a lot of interesting historical facts, symbols interpretations, the integration of art and architecture. I loved it.
Kiran
Kiran rated it 6 years ago
Absolutely loved this book , think I read it in 3 days!!! It was a great delight and just as good as the previous books if not better
Turn The Page
Turn The Page rated it 6 years ago
Intriguing, exciting, and the plot flowed very well. I love how Brown is able to point out existing things in our society and point out the relevance of their design and purpose (ex: how the monuments are positioned in Washington, D.C.). Langdon is not as prominent in this one as other Brown novels,...
DoodlePanda reads stuff
DoodlePanda reads stuff rated it 6 years ago
Traditional Dan Brown. I'm sure there are plenty of reviews out there that would be a lot better then mine, but let me say that if you enjoyed the him previous books you should like this one as well :)
DoodlePanda reads stuff
DoodlePanda reads stuff rated it 6 years ago
Traditional Dan Brown. I'm sure there are plenty of reviews out there that would be a lot better then mine, but let me say that if you enjoyed the him previous books you should like this one as well :)
Books 'n Stuff
Books 'n Stuff rated it 6 years ago
Synopsis: Robert Langdon chases down another ancient mystery. I'm gonna say it right now, Dan Brown: turds need to stay in the toilet; not be fished out, bound into hardcover books and be sold at exorbitant prices. I don't like to DNF. I avoid doing that as much as I can. But this book seriously t...
SlowReader's Kingdom
SlowReader's Kingdom rated it 6 years ago
“The Lost Symbol” is the third book in the Robert Langdon series. I had read “Angel and Demons” and “The Da Vinci Code” several years ago and liked them a lot. “The Lost Symbol” is a worthy book of the series but it is getting repetitive. In this book a friend of Langdon gets kidnapped by a psycho...
Speesh
Speesh rated it 7 years ago
It would be a cliché to give Dan Brown a bad review. Like me proving my good-taste blog-writer credentials. Too easy as well. It must be pretty much expected to say a Dan Brown book is poor. Especially so if I was reviewing The Da Vinci Code. Which was actually excellent, if you read it early enough...
johanpatricksy
johanpatricksy rated it 7 years ago
The Secrets Behind The Symbols A review on Dan Brown’s The Lost SymbolTitle: The Lost symbolAuthor: Dan Brown Rank: 86th book in 2014Plot movement: 2starsEntertainment Factor: 1starCharacters: 1starWriting Style: 3starsDetails: 4starsProvoking: 2starsWorldly Relevance: 3starsSuspense: 2starsConclu...
The Reading Bud
The Reading Bud rated it 7 years ago
I would like to begin with a warning that this book is indeed a lengthy read! I love Dan Brown’s books but sadly this one was way too predictable. First of all as soon as Langdon got a call from his friend’s guy it was pretty obvious that someone’s playing around (something like Inferno) and also wh...
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