Book Review: The Lost Symbol

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Year of Publication: 2009

The Lost Symbol is a novel in the thriller genre by Dan Brown. The novel’s protagonist is Robert Langdon. He finds himself once again embroiled in an investigation. The investigation in the book involves the Freemasons.

What I Learned

I am a life-long lover of trivia. I read a fiction book to escape into another world. This doesn’t mean the book I’m reading has to be a science fiction book, it just has to take me away to a different place. The world presented in The Lost Symbol is similar to real-life but the facts and information he presents about the Freemasons is so deep that I feel I was transported to another world.

Highlight

One cool bit of trivia I learned was about the existence of Noetic Science. I don’t agree with their opinions or conclusions but before reading this book, I had no idea they existed. For those of you who don’t know Noetic Science studies the link between the physical world and the human soul. You can find more information about it here.

Quality Of The Plot

Dan Brown is a master of his craft. I loved the way he weaves the story. The character feel believable and the mystery is engrossing enough to push me to keep reading to find out what happens. This book was on the long side but it was interesting enough to keep me hooked.

Final Thoughts

If you enjoyed Dan Brown’s other books, you should read this book.

Have you read the book yet? What did you think of it? Let me know in the comments section below.
Ezra Carias is an author and musician. You can see his latest books here.

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