Based on Dan Brown's Inferno.
On May 14, dark prince of conspiracy-based historical thrillery will release his latest, whose first printing of 4 million copies all but guarantees that it’ll be a giant hit—and that it will create lots of extra work for everybody.
Titled Inferno, it marks the return of Robert Langdon.
Plus: Billy Baldwin returns to 'Gossip Girl.'
Plus: Rob Riggle is coaching football!
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Sarah Weinman, Matt Taibbi, and Professor Geoffrey K. Pullum weigh in at the Vulture Reading Room.
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'The Lost Symbol' has sold more than 2 million copies since its release last Tuesday.
'The Lost Symbol' sold more than 1 million copies yesterday.
To wit: I've got to get out of here. Jesus, where the hell are my clothes? Someone left a mannequin hand in the Rotunda?
"A woman I have never met but a woman whom I love deeply: Janet Maslin of the New York 'Times.'"
They think 'The Lost Symbol' is the work of "a terrific novelist."
"We might have to spend the next 25 years responding to Dan Brown's fiction ... That's what I dread."
Two whole locks?
The cover of Dan Brown's 'Da Vinci Code' follow-up 'The Lost Symbol' has been revealed!
Tom Hanks may have sacrificed for his art in the past (like that time he lost 40 pounds and grew a beard for Castaway), but the two-time Oscar winner draws the line at high collars.
If you've been losing sleep wondering which part of history Da Vinci Code author Dan Brown will make stuff up about next, you can finally rest easy — his forthcoming book, tentatively titled The Solomon Key, finds Code protagonist Robert Langdon investigating the Masonic symbols etched into the streets and buildings of Washington, D.C.