Friday, September 25, 2009

Dan Brown Does It Again -- Writes the Same Book, That Is

Jeff Baker in the Oregonian reviews The Lost Symbol, by Dan Brown
Does this sound familiar?

World-renowned symbologist and all-around cool guy Robert Langdon is summoned to an Imposing Architectural Landmark, where something Really Yucky has been left in a way only he can recognize. You know, as a clue. Langdon snaps into action, and it isn't long before he's uncovered more clues that lead to a Secret Society full of Famous Dead Guys. There's a Super-Duper Secret, and the fate of the universe is at stake, but thank goodness Langdon has help from a Foxy Brainiac, which he needs because he's up against a Major Freak. Langdon and the Foxy Brainiac race through more Imposing Architectural Landmarks, pausing only to lecture each other about symbols and whatnot, and try to win a Race Against Time against the Major Freak. ...
Republished in Review-a-Day, October 24, 2009

P.S. In search of the Hill's Freemasons, by Eamon Javers, Politico


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