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'Lost Symbol' can be found online

Fans of The Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons will be able to get Dan Brown’s latest page turner without any actual pages. An electronic version of The Lost Symbol will be released September 15, the same day as the hardcover version, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group announced, according to the NY Times. But don’t worry if you prefer that new-book scent; the publisher is also planning a first printing of five million copies.
The novel features Da Vinci’s protagonist Robert Langdon in DC this time, and takes place in a 12-hour period, according to Brown's editor.

Over the summer, Doubleday has conducted a campaign of codes, trivia, puzzles and problems on Twitter and Facebook. It’s also offering a chance to win a free book.

Which will you go for? Old-school or E-book?

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