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Book Review - The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown

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TITLE:  The Lost Symbol

SERIES:  The Robert Langdon Series, Book 3

AUTHOR:  Dan Brown

FORMAT:  Kindle version

PAGES/LOCATIONS:  670 pages/10,354 locations

GOODREADS’ AVG. 1,326 more words

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The Da Vinci Code (2006)

Before even watching this film, there is a sense of obviousness to it. Based off of the successful Dan Brown novel, it seemed inevitable that a film adaptation with a great director (Ron Howard) with one of his most popular stars (Tom Hanks) and a cast of French usual suspects (Jean Reno and Audrey Tautou) would come together to make what is ultimately a lackluster cinematic event. 466 more words

“…where we entirely miss
the obvious-that is,
that we are all trying to
decipher life’s big mysteries,
and we’re each following our
own paths of enlightenment.”
Dan Brown

Spirituality

Book Reviews: Inferno by Dan Brown

This is a Masterpiece! Really Dan Brown, I’m your big fan now! :)

I finished this book with Indonesian Edition. Maybe for basic thing, i will use Indonesian on this review. 439 more words

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30 Day Book Challenge | Day 14

FAVORITE BOOK FROM MY FAVORITE AUTHOR

Angels & Demons is the first Dan Brown book I’ve ever read. That’s probably a major factor in this one being my favorite. 67 more words

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30 Day Book Challenge DAY 29

29. -A Book You Hated

Inferno by Dan Brown simply because I think there are not very many authors as bad as Dan Brown.

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Road Works: Washington, DC

Dan Brown’s 2009 The Lost Symbol is a shoe-in for a novel that clearly features important landmarks of the Washington, DC, where reader-travelers can venture for first-hand experiences. 915 more words

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