Friday, October 23, 2009

The Lost Symbol

Been reading this book and am a few pages into it. Must say I remind myself that I really love Dan Brown's work.
The recent Landmark sale helped to stock our library and we were able to invest in a diverse collection. Nandan Nilekani's Imagining India, It's Not How Good You Are Its How Good You Want To Be, A Spiritual Handbook on India, Audacity Of Hope, The Hindus - An Alternative History and a few more.a
Landmark is definitely one of my favorite haunts. God Bless Authors.


AMS said...

Dan Brown's books are more works of art than fiction novels. With such authors around, there can never be a recession to book publishers.

Chappli said...

Awesome book.. :) Enjoy! :)

Unknown said...

hi , To me reading is bad habit ,last book i read was my college semester books

Hari said...

Hi Chinmayi,

Sorry for the intrusion.. I had actually wanted to post my review of the book, and ended up advertising my blog.

Apologies for the same.

Chinmayi Sripada /Chinmayee said...

Haricharan: no issues :)

Banupriya said...

Hi Chinmayee,

The Lost Symbol is an awesome book with many interesting facts and influencing ideas. Happy reading and do post ur ideas on the book..

Please do have a look at my page if u get time

EsKay said...

Just love Landmark. But its a shame the airlines dont allow more than a baggage which usually gets full with saambar podi, rasap podi, vaththal
Wish Landmark does surface mail delivery.

sasitharan said...

Its a great book.. i really enjoyed all of Dan Browns books.. happy reading

Deepak said...

I belong to Coimbatore, here Landmark had changed it's name to Anweshana!
Anyway definitely a great place to hunt books..
I started Lost Symbol few hours back, finished 10 chapters :D

Lights n Shades said...

Hi chinmayi,

I am great fan of ur voice ... :)

I've read only one book of Dan Brown .. "Digital Fortress" .. its the novel that never ends .. i've been decepted at last 2 chapters that every page is ending .. and last pages got me to kind of "edge of seat"

I read the glossary of the book in landmard and got to know that its similar to "angels & demons" .. is that true ..