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The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown

Basic Plot

The story takes place over a period of 12 hours in Washington, D.C., with a focus on Freemasonry. Robert Langdon is summoned to give a lecture in National Statuary Hall at the United States Capitol, with the invitation apparently from his mentor, a 33rd degree Mason named Peter Solomon, who is the head of the Smithsonian Institution. Solomon has also asked him to bring a small package which he had entrusted with Langdon for safekeeping years earlier. When Langdon arrives at the Capitol, however, instead of an audience for his lecture, he is instead embroiled in a deadly race to save the life of not only his mentor but his own. (source)

My review (on Visual Bookshelf)

Initially I was skeptical after reading the mixed reviews but I enjoyed this book especially after finding out that the first puzzle was written in a cipher I had used to write my diary when I was 15 years old (major trust issues..hehe). The plot as always was full of twists and turns and puzzles laced with fact and creative fiction. Wish I had an illustrated version though. Was a bit disappointed with the ending though as it was too theological and seemed to have a hidden but not so subtle agenda. All in all, worth the money (sort of..uhuhu). 4/5

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