The title – The Lost Symbol authored by Dan Brown, is his third thriller in its progression, whilst in his other two books, Angels & Demons and The Da Vinci Code, in which Langdon exposes the plots engineered within the Catholic Church that encompassed art and science. The plot narrated with The Lost Symbol would be emanated on or after September 15, 2009.
The New York Times’ Janet Maslin has prepared an impressive review of the Lost Symbol that is on sale today. Other popular writers like Thomas Harris are also trying to chase bigger hits (The Silence of the Lambs) with shocking embarrassments (Hannibal)” writes Maslin.
“Mr. Brown hasn’t done that, instead, he’s bringing a genre that had been left for dead.” According to Maslin, the new book is replete with plot tricks and twists, codes, secrets, and explorations into ancient philosophies and the occult.
Maslin further narrates that Brown’s star Harvard Symbologist Rober Langdon, has been tempted to Washington DC to lend a speech for his past boss Peter Solomon at the capitol.
The wealth hunt that follows does, buzzed vividly feature the Freemasons. Only they don’t possess the rogue character that Opus Dei played in Da Vinci Code. According to Maslin, the rogue is an evil psycho named Mal’akh.
Observant types will remember that back in 2003 Maslin also had the first review of The Da Vinci Code — and it was a rave as well. “Not since the advent of Harry Potter has an author so flagrantly delighted in leading readers on a breathless chase and coaxing them through hoops” she wrote. Brown later admitted that “people called and said, ‘Is Janet Maslin your mother, because she never says stuff like that?’”
The most important thing is, the title 'The Lost Symbol' written by Dan Brown is a series, fans were desperately longing and waiting for, for the past six years, and the book is now available in the marketplace, so the clock of wait has reached to its logical end.