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Was anybody else disappointed by Langdon this time ?

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Initial post: 30 Nov 2009, 10:02:11 GMT
Dr Phibes says:
I felt Robert Langdon had been dumbed down too much in Lost Symbol. Ive just read it and felt he wasnt the Langdon Id loved so much in the previous books, he seems clueless and dependant on others to find answers.

Posted on 12 Apr 2010, 11:02:19 BST
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Posted on 21 May 2010, 12:16:30 BST
I agree. Robert Langdon was very dim in The Lost Symbol. Not what I was hoping for at all.

Posted on 7 Oct 2010, 03:49:24 BST
I was only disappointed and didn't finish the book because it took a Long time to get to the point. I like the chase and pace, but not when I can't see where it's going. Which I could in his other books.

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Posted on 1 Nov 2010, 23:54:59 GMT
SuePat says:
l have really enjoyed all of Dan Brown's books but was soo disappointed with The Lost Symbol. It had some quirky little twists and turns but it went on and on with information dumping to fill out the book. I'd have been happy if it had finished when the roof caved in and what was the last sixty pages about??

In reply to an earlier post on 20 Nov 2010, 21:02:15 GMT
Last edited by the author on 20 Nov 2010, 21:05:27 GMT
NeuroSplicer says:
One of the worse books I ever had to endure!

Since ANGELS & DEMONS, Dan Brown has turning more and more pedantic and with his last book he went well into propaganda territory. Which is ironic when one considers what little respect he holds for actual research.

There is just no way to write a good novel when the writer is more interested in getting his political messages across rather than focusing on the story.

Posted on 23 Nov 2010, 12:41:26 GMT
A. kerr says:
I thought The Lost Symbol was a great book. His best work yet. I really enjoyed the insight into the world of The Freemasons.

In reply to an earlier post on 10 Oct 2013, 22:06:11 BST
Catherine says:
I totally agree with you!
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