978-0-385-53785-8.JPGDan Brown’s globe-trotting, puzzle-solving symbologist Robert Langdon is back. In his new adventure, he treks from Florence to Venice to Istanbul in a cat-and-mouse game with a preposterously over-the-top villain who would not be out of place in one of the cheesier James Bond movies (circa Roger Moore). Still, Brown’s new novel is a vast improvement over The Lost Symbol. Check out my grade-B review on EW.com

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