Dan Brown’s back to thrillApril 22nd, 2009 - 5:45 pm ICT by Sampurn Wire
His “Da Vinci Code’ and “Angels and Demons’ gave the world the chills and the thrills and became best sellers.
In fact, The “Da Vinci Code’ holds the record of being the bestselling hardcover adult novel of all time.
Of course, the movie “Da Vinci Code’ didn’t do as well as the movie and the film based on “Angels and Demons’ is slated to release this May too.
Now, just ahead of the film’s release the buzz is that the celebrated author has completed the last book in his “Da Vinci Code’ trilogy. The new book “The Lost Symbol’ is all set to hit bookstores in September.
According to contactmusic.com, Sony Columbia Pictures movie executives are expected to snap up the rights to the book and continue the saga’s film franchise.
The third book will have an initial print run of five million copies. -Sampurn Media
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