Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code, originally published in 2003, has over 80 million copies in print and has been translated into nearly 50 languages.
Fans and fortune tellers have been predicting the date of the next Robert Langdon book for the past 6 years.
That date is now here.
All descriptions of artwork, architecture, documents, and secret rituals in this post are accurate.
It's finally here. Well, the date is here at least. Random House has announced that on September 15th Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol will finally be released. Aside from a few well publicized copyright infringement cases, Brown has been as elusive as the location of the Holy Grail. Speculation as to when, and really if, we'd ever read another Robert Langdon book has run rampant over the years. Could Brown, the author of one of the most popular books of all-time, be suffering a catastrophic case of writer's block? Thankfully, for his fans, and for book sales in general, that is not the case.
Random House has announced a 5 million copy print run and expects the September 15th release to be "one of the most anticipated publications in recent history".
What are your thoughts? Will you rush out to read it? Can the Lost Symbol live up to its expectations?
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