Robert Langdon as the main protagonist? Check. A beautiful intelligent woman as the sidekick? Check. A mysterious organisation with a creepy antogonist trying to stop Langdon from uncovering a major secret? Check.
This is essentially “The Da Vinci Code” but with the Freemasons replacing the Catholic Church. It suffers from the relative lack of interest Freemasonry has over Catholicism, and the ending and the uncovered “secret” is incredibly bad. However, that aside, Dan Brown knows how to write a page turner with his trademark 2 page chapters. I actually quite enjoyed reading it, even if I was disappointed with the ending.