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A glorious, lavishly illustrated companion to the global bestseller

The Lost Symbol is Dan Brown's extraordinary sequel to his internationally bestselling Robert Langdon thrillers, Angels & Demons and The Da Vinci Code, now in an illustrated edition.

Nothing is ever what it first appears in a Dan Brown novel. Set over a breathtaking 12 hour time span, the book's narrative takes the reader on an exhilarating journey through a masterful and unexpected landscape as Professor of Symbology, Robert Langdon, is once again called into action.

Expertly researched and written with breakneck pace, The Lost Symbol once again demonstrates why Dan Brown is the world's bestselling thriller writer.

Reviews

Impossible to put down...Another mind-blowing Robert Langdon story.

New York Times

Unputdownable...Gripping...Jaw-dropping...The blockbuster read of the year.

News of the World

So compelling that several times I came close to a cardiac arrest...As perfectly constructed as the Washington architecture it escorts us around.

Sunday Express

A narrative that can grip you like a vice... As engaging a hero as you could wish for.

Daily Mail

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Formats & editions

  • EBook

    9781409057970

    February 1, 2011

    Transworld Digital

    528 pages

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Also by Dan Brown

Origin
Inferno
The Lost Symbol
The Da Vinci Code
Angels And Demons
Digital Fortress
Dan Brown’s Robert Langdon Series
The Da Vinci Code (Abridged Edition)
Large Print: The Lost Symbol
Inferno - Illustrated Edition
Inferno - Illustrated and Enhanced Edition
Large Print: Inferno
Deception Point

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Night School
The Girl on the Train
The Thirst
The Store
Don't Let Go
Line of Fire
Fifty Fifty
The Child
Two Nights
A Stranger in the House
Inferno
Bonfire
Final Girls
I Am Pilgrim
Orphan X
The Word Is Murder
The Girl in Kellers Way
Earthly Remains
Tom Clancy's Point of Contact
Private Delhi