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Characters[ edit ] Robert Langdon : A professor of symbology at Harvard University and the protagonist of the novel. Mal'akh: A Mason whose body is covered with tattoos and the novel's main antagonist. Formerly known as Zachary Solomon, the son of Peter, was arrested in Turkey for drug possession. During his incarceration he overheard a conversation between his father and the prison warden reaffirming that Peter would not pay for Zachary's release as he did not wish his son to believe that money was able to waiver all punishment, especially one of the magnitude of drug possession.

Angered, Zachary conspired with the warden to have his cell-mate killed and proceeded to report Zachary dead.

Zachary broke out under the name Andros Dareios for several years and took on a whole new life-style in Greece. After much growth hormones and steroid indulgence, he began to bore of this life-style and began to cultivate his mind in the Masonry ideals and practices.

He renamed himself Mal'akh after an attempt to obtain the Masonic secrets from his father, breaking into their home, and killing his grandmother. Mal'akh sees himself as a physical manifestation of the angel Moloch, as he worshipped the Black Arts in order to grow stronger and he performed numerous aspects of black magic which allowed the angel to enter his body.

Mal'akh is the Hebrew word for 'angel'. Throughout the book, he also uses the name Dr. Christopher Abaddon to gain his father's trust, and Andros Dareios, a name he used while hiding out in Greece before the book's events. Of note, he is the first antagonist in the Robert Langdon series who serves as both the killer and the mastermind of the events in the novel, with all other killers merely acting on behalf of the mastermind.

Trish Dunne: Katherine's metasystems analyst. She is murdered by Mal'akh while in his Dr.

Abaddon disguise, when he drowns her in the ethanol-filled tank preserving a Giant Squid. She was killed ten years before the events of the book by Zachary, disguised as Andros Dareios.

He aids Langdon and Katherine Solomon by helping them escape from Inoue Sato, briefly suspecting her of helping Mal'akh, but he later learns that he and Sato are on the same side. Trent Anderson: Capitol police chief.

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Publication details[ edit ] The Lost Symbol had been in development for several years; originally expected in , the projected publication date was pushed back multiple times. The book immediately broke sales records, becoming the fastest selling adult-market novel in history, with over one million copies sold on the first day of release. By the end of the first week, a total of two million copies had been sold in the U.

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Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Because of that I didn't finish even the first page. Even the line are the same. Just the characters name are different.

Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Mar 27, John Raikkonen rated it liked it. View 2 comments. Sep 08, Jackie is currently reading it. As usual, a page turner. View 1 comment. Jan 08, Lisa rated it it was ok. The ending was rather poor too.

I found the plot rather hard to follow and at times it got rather boring. I have to say not too good at all Dan Brown. I think you lost the plot with this book. Apr 10, Anne Ward added it. Apr 09, Yuvraj Jagtap rated it liked it. Its again a typical Dan Brown, edge of the seat, fast paced, thrilling book. However it lacks the what Angels and Demons has - the perfect ending.

Sep 21, Sana Yusuf rated it liked it. Gripping, as you would expect from any of the other Dan Brown books, but after reading The Da Vinci's Code, Angels and Demons and Inferno, have to say a little disappointed. The twist in the story did not seem very surprising or jaw-dropping.

Aug 14, Lora Grigorova rated it it was ok. The Lost Symbol: Brown could write that is worth reading. After all, both of the above novels are essentially the same — they feature the recurring themes of symbols, keys, cryptography, hidden secrets, secret societies, etc.

I admit that Dan Brown has a great imagination and an enthralling style of writing but still, I do not wish to read the same thing over and over again.

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However, I was pleasantly surprised by The Lost Symbol. Of course, you can immediately tell who the writer is. Robert Langdon, the clever Harvard professor of symbology is again trapped in a chase-and-run situation, in which he has to solve the mystery of the lost Mason symbol and unlock the ancient secrets.

Whoever possesses these ancient secrets, possesses the greatest knowledge in the world.

There is the absolutely crazy antagonist, who is obsessed with weird Christian rituals and is determined to stop the world from acquiring this knowledge and to pray himself a sacrifice.

Read more: Jul 19, Charlotte rated it really liked it. Shelves: on-my-shelves , 52booksin52weeks I have such issues rating Dan Brown books I want 1.

Snark ahead. Here's the deal: the man can't write. He also likes really short sentences. That aren't sentences at all. Expect iPhone, Twitter, and Google shout-outs, too.

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I'm almost surprised he didn't mention the inevitable hash thelostsymbol and tell us to use it when we tweet about what we just learned.Are you sure you want to Yes No. Cross Fire. Greg Iles.

John Locke. As usual, a page turner.

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