The Lost Symbol: Special Illustrated Edition - Dan Brown

The Lost Symbol: Special Illustrated Edition

By Dan Brown

  • Release Date - Published: 2010-11-02
  • Book Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
  • Author: Dan Brown
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 474 Ratings)

The Lost Symbol: Special Illustrated Edition Dan Brown read online review & book description:

The most explosive bestseller of 2009 . . .
Over 5 million copies sold . . .

Now available in a beautifully illustrated gift edition just in time for the holidays!

Dan Brown’s record-breaking novel The Lost Symbol weaves a breathtaking trail through the hidden artwork, chambers, tunnels, and temples of our nation’s capital. Now the fascinating visuals appear right before your eyes, making for a sumptuous reading experience that brings alive Robert Langdon’s heart-stopping race through a little-known Washington, D.C. Revealing a world of ancient mysteries, stunning history, and secret societies, this Special Illustrated Edition unveils a whole new level of intrigue and fascination within The Lost Symbol. Over one hundred full-color images are featured throughout this lavishly illustrated gift edition—an essential companion to the original.

From the Hardcover edition.

Note: This eBook edition of  The Lost Symbol, Special Illustrated Edition, includes photographs that will appear on black-and-white devices but are optimized for devices that support full-color images.

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    By Caddobill
    If Dan had not tried to sell Gnostic views to us, it would have been an entertaining read.
  • Brown does it again!

    By Memnoch5150
    I was apprehensive about reading this book… In fact I started and stopped several times of the past two years since it came out. Call it fate, call destiny call it whatever you want!!! Finally my mind my body lined up and I was in a good space to understand the message, read the words that weren’t written. I was ready to read the book to the end… Greatest decision I ever made I’m glad I was finally ready to finish it!!!!
  • Another great book!

    By docschoppers
    Another great book by a great author. So far I haven’t read one of his books that deserve to be made into a movie. I hope they do them all.
  • The lost Symbol

    By Dan Brown - lost symbol
    I truly enjoyed this book - it, like all of Dan Browns' books are full of interesting historical facts and revelations that really make you appreciate our forefathers. I think the fast pace keeps you interested and thrilled from beginning to end. I would highly recommend this one!!
  • Must read.

    By The Sandlapper
    Pure awesomeness.
  • Truly Profound…an awakening to the benighted

    By |>\/\/
    The detailed images scattered within the chapters provided an impressionable fresco throughout the novel. The pace by which each memorable character - from lead to supporting was introduced, along with how their roles were slowly unvieled, birthed several hypothetic predictions by the reader which led to tectonic shifts of point of view when the novel’s actual revelations were unearthed. Degrees of interest and opinionated angles were collectively etched within my mind upon uncovering each enigma of The Lost Symbol. Cunningly, each unfathomable mention that led to a raised eyebrow was surrounded by a factual fortress. Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol is a concrete, clever compilation of several recognized but scrutinized ideologies that exist and have been marred by speculation and misinformation.
  • The Lost Symbol

    By Simbaasia
    I couldn't put the book down. I learned so much about Washington & some of the history of the magnificent buildings. Loved the pictures in the book, it made me feel as if I had visited the city in person as I was reading.
  • Great addition to library for second read

    By Arneman
    I read the lost symbol hardcover but now, few years later, enjoy re- reading on my ipad while living in/ visiting Washington and focus on the locales/sites. When will angels and demons (Rome) and DaVinci (Paris) follow in the same way?
  • truly wonderful

    By saa1971
    like all of the Dan Brown books I have read this one was awesome. the cliff hangers and suspenseful moments make it a nail bitter.
  • Sputters to Idiotic Nothingness

    By raddestnerd
    A helluva ride that in the end amounts to nothing. The stupidest McGuffin ever. The experience of reading through the entire books amounts to nothing. Like Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. SPOILER: Dan Brown should've made Noetic Science a more prominent part of his story instead of relegating it to a 2 to 3 chapter sermon by Katherine Solomon tacked on to the end of the book. The conclusion Brown draws is his own fantasy. His syncretic view of world religion offends all since at its core, each religion's view of God is mutually exclusive with that of other religions. His statement that the apotheosis has finally been revealed to mankind in 2009 (hidden in the Bible) is hogwash. St. Paul's letters to the churches in the New Testament are full of teaching about the implications of Yahweh who by the Spirit of Jesus indwells believers. (The indwelling Holy Spirit.) It's nothing new. Go to any American charismatic church. You will witness the power of God doing incredible things through human beings. (i.e. the Jesus Culture conferences out of Bethel Church in Redding, CA)

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