The Lost Symbol: Dan Brown

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Finally, the sequel and follow up to The Da Vinci Code makes it to print. And, if it's anything like his other novels, it'll be a fun, easy read that will keep you hooked the entire time.


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  • chad

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    Finally, the sequel and follow up to The Da Vinci Code makes it to print. And, if it's anything like his other novels, it'll be a fun, easy read that will keep you hooked the entire time.

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  • fenixshopspot

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    i'm curious about this book...forgetting about the stupid movies they made based on poor screenplays, i'd rather read. as i love everythingtouching conspiracy, this is my cup of tea!

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  • jbattisti

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    If this book is as good as the others it will clearly be a best seller

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