My one question is: How did the two main characters not take a potty break from dusk until dawn the next morning?
I loved the book. I can't rate this book as high as his other two Langdon novels but it was darn close. I think all his books end well, too. He doesn't leave anything hanging, other than maybe potential love interests, like in other books I've read. I also like how he stays as true as possible to the places his characters visit. I found myself on Google a lot to see how true he stayed to some of our national landmarks and some of the other things in the book. With all the research he puts into his books, I can understand why it takes so long for him to write and release a book.
"Generosity is giving more than you can, and pride is taking less than you need." Kahlil Gibran
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