The Lost Symbol: Featuring Robert Langdon

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  • Publisher‏:‎ Anchor (September 15, 2009)
  • Publication date‏:‎ September 15, 2009
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 4958 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 626 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

The Lost Symbol: Featuring Robert Langdon

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  1. It s kind of hard to write a review about a book of fiction without giving away too much of the story itself, but let me give it a try I read the Kindle version of this book, so I know that some other reviewers have pointed out how the print version was over 600 pages long I read the book over several sittings, but I didn t feel the weight of 600 pages as the book is fairly well paced with very short chapters What I liked about the book was that it kept me entertained for the most part What I di [...]


  2. Does Brown have an editor any or has his success allowed him to write anything I suspect the latter This book is tedious, overwrought and full of crap to be blunt Noetic Science is junk science Masonic conspiracies are overblown National crisis, I think not On by the way, the CIA by law is prohibited from operating domestically The head of the CIA Office of Security has NO jurisdiction Not to mention she was basically modeled on Edna from the Incredibles The antagonists real identity is obvious [...]


  3. 626 pages5 starsProfessor Robert Langdon gets a call from the personal assistant of his old friend Peter Solomon asking him to come to Washington, DC immediately When he gets to the meeting place, there is no one there Instead, Robert witnesses an horrific find Langdon recognizes the gruesome artifact Almost immediately the director from a secretive branch of the CIA called OS shows up Ms Sato is a firebrand Also among those present is Officer Anderson, the chief of the building security.Langdon [...]


  4. Dan Brown makes you realize that the mind of man has not begun to reach its fullest potential He takes historical places, people, and written words and has us looking at them in a different light He has the ability to to form a storyline that makes us think Though this is a fictional story much of what he writes about could possibly become a reality in the future This is another book that will make a great movie You won t be able to put the book down once you start to read it


  5. If you like a fast moving story that will keep you on the edge of your chair I recommend The Lost Symbol I is a continuation of the exploits of Robert Langdon, a Harvard symbologist set in our nations capitol His long time friend Peter Solomon, a 33 degree Mason has presumably called him to Washington for a speech, When Langdon arrives he finds the hand of his friend in the capitol rotunda The Capitol police and the Chief of Security for the CIA, are trying to unravel the mystery of Peters disap [...]


  6. Brown doesn t raise the bet this time around He s been holding a good hand and is playing it safe Rather than flash his ace, Robert Langdon, he lets the other cards in the deck move the game along For much of the action, Langdon resembles a joker rather than the ace Still entertaining to follow the flow of the other players Brown keeps some of his cards close to his vest and provides a twist or two towards the end of the game The pot is still a battle between science and religion and some good r [...]


  7. I tried really hard to get into this book, but finally gave up half way through I think that I should have given up after three chapters and was annoyed at myself for sticking with it and wasting so much time There was far too much technical information, most of it unnecessary and boring I tried skipping but there was so much of it page after page on many occasions This all distracted from the story line, plot and characters And rendered the book one of the most tedious of reads My wife was read [...]


  8. It was one of the worsteven in some places so than the Da Vinci Code and that is saying something Not any where near as good as Angels and Demons or Inferno The end was so so long and boring that I started to skip paragraphs just to get this finished Wished I d just watched National Treasure instead, but don t like to not finish a book, so it was a hard slog to get this finished