Melbourne, September 14 (ANI): Publishers of Dan Brown’s much-anticipated book, ‘The Lost Symbol,’ will host speed reading competition during its launch in Australia.
The person who ends reading the book fastest will be provided with an opportunity to give its first review.
Speculations are high on the closely-guarded plot, which is believed to focus on the Freemasons.
Publisher Random House will provide a copy of the book at the State Library of NSW the moment it is released.
It is expected that the first person should complete reading in two hours.
After which the reader will give a review to public and press.
“Millions of Australians have enjoyed the pure adrenalin thrill of Dan Brown’s novels, coupled with their fascinating historical insights,” News.com.au quoted Margie Seale, managing director of Random House Australia, as saying in a statement.
The publishers anticipate that the book will match 81 million copies of The Da Vinci Code sold around the world. (ANI)