The Lost Symbol: (Robert Langdon Book 3)

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Transworld, Sep 15, 2009 - Fiction - 672 pages
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Contains a sneak preview of Inferno, Dan Brown’s astonishing new Robert Langdon thriller.

The Capitol Building, Washington DC: Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon believes he is here to give a lecture. He is wrong. Within minutes of his arrival, a shocking object is discovered. It is a gruesome invitation into an ancient world of hidden wisdom.

When Langdon's mentor, Peter Solomon - prominent mason and philanthropist - is kidnapped, Langdon realizes that his only hope of saving his friend's life is to accept this mysterious summons.

It is to take him on a breathless chase through Washington's dark history. All that was familiar is changed into a shadowy, mythical world in which Masonic secrets and never-before-seen revelations seem to be leading him to a single impossible and inconceivable truth...

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User Review  - Radwa - Goodreads

5 stars. Why? Because I'm mindblown. I was usually setting on giving it 4 stars (since goodreads, for some stupid reason, doesn't have half-stars), it wasn't really life-changing, but it was mind ... Read full review

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User Review  - Igramjus - Goodreads

Dan Brown is one of the only authors whose writing makes me want to seek out time through out my day to read. They way he intertwines fiction and history makes you want to believe what you are reading ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Dan Brown is the bestselling author of Digital Fortress, Deception Point, Angels and Demons, The Da Vinci Code and Inferno. He is a graduate of Amherst College and Phillips Exeter Academy, where he has taught English and creative writing. He lives in New England.

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