Dan Brown’s publisher has just released the cover art for The Lost Symbol. Check ’em out:
The covers confirm that The Lost Symbol retains the main subjects first mentioned under the book name The Solomon Key – namely, Washington D.C. and Freemasonry. Also, the clues given via Dan Brown’s Twitter account have been confirming more of the finer points, including the influence of Freemasonry on the founding of America, transmission of Rosicrucian ideas through the likes of Francis Bacon and the ‘Invisible College’, and so on. (For those seeking answers to the clues given on Twitter, I’m posting solutions via my @lostsymbol account)
All of which were written about in detail some 4 years ago by some guy cheeky enough to write a guide to an unpublished book. Ahem!
You can read about a few of these topics right now by checking out the ‘Latest Articles’ block on the right hand side of my Dan Brown website The Cryptex (cross-posted from there).
Blatant self-promotion: For a primer on the topics in Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol, read The Guide to Dan Brown’s The Solomon Key. Ignore the title change…