They can't wait for Amazon.com to ship it. They can't wait until 9 a.m. for Barnes & Noble to open. They are Dan Brown's biggest fans, and they can't wait even a minute past midnight to get a hold of his new book, "The Lost Symbol," on the day of its release. We speak to Tom Holbrook, the owner of River Run Bookstore in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, who kept his doors open last night until 1 a.m.
"What a lot of people forget is that "The Da Vinci Code" was really fascinating and attention-grabbing. It was this sort of hand grenade book. It seemed like a thriller, but it just unpacked all of these crazy ideas."
—Tom Holbrook, owner of River Run bookstore, on why crowds are so avidly anticipating Dan Brown's newest book