Just finished it. It took me a week to finish the last 50 pages. Crazy I know. I felt bogged down in many places. I love that he has some really interesting science in it, but in some places there was just too much. I love that this one was set in Washington. Between National Treasure and this book maybe more people will get excited about American History. Then of course there’s the theology. Just like in the DaVinici Code whether or not you agree with it or not it’s making people think. Thinking is a good thing. Will it make a good movie? I think so. I still haven’t seen Angels and Demons but I heard it was a good adaptation. Didn’t like Tom Hanks so much as Robert Langdon in the DaVinci Code. But it was still a good movie. Any thoughts on The Lost Symbol? DaVinci Code? Dan Brown?
The Lost Symbol
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Posted by Darlene on February 25, 2010
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