The Lost Symbol (Robert Langdon) Paperback – 22 Jul 2010
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The pace is too fast, it shifts extremely quickly between scenes, feeling more like a blockbuster movie then a novel. While the antogonist is set up brilliantly, many of the other characters have stories that feel like they should have more impact on the story than they do, disappointingly failing to deliver and instead leaving an ending that feels no more than skin deep.
Robert Langdon is stripped off his agency throughout the story and the story failed to interest me in him as a protagonist.
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