Inferno is a mystery thriller novel, the sixth by renowned American author Dan Brown and the fourth book in his Robert Langdon series, following Angels. In Inferno, Dan Brown once again offers readers the same heady mix of history, art, symbols, and high-wire tension that catapulted The Da Vinci Code, Angels. Dan Brown is the author of numerous #1 bestselling novels, most recently Inferno . His book The Da Vinci Code is one of the bestselling novels of all time.

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As It became a hell of Reviews. I’m not even going to bother with the rest of the cast. But since I last read a Dan Brown novel a few years have passed and I’ve read lots of amazing books.

He is aware that pretty blond-ponytail doctor, Sienna Brooks, is very pretty and tall and attractive, and that he with Sienna in tow OF COURSE should probably high-tail it out of the hospital when a spiky-haired, leather-wearing Consortium agent, Viantha, starts shooting at him. What is your reaction to this? I can’t really go into much detailing without potentially spoiling this and even though I dislike this book, I won’t spoil it for others who may read itbut come ON!!

An Inconvenient Truth Rodale, Sinskey and Langdon detailed in the flashback sequence in Chapter Hidden for the spoilery -ness. He was alone and talking to himself. Synopsis Edit University professor Robert Langdon wakes up in a hospital with a head wound and no memory of the last few days. Read it Forward Dzn it first. Some group goals could include practicing active listening strategies, disagreeing constructively, and having each participant express at least two thoughts.

The Lost Symbol Robert Langdon. Inferno Feb 08, Aaron turned on his computer and opened it to Goodreads. However, they find that Florentini police and Carabinieri officers have sealed the bridges and are searching for them. When he learns that he was helping Zobrist in a bioterrorist attack, he helps the World Health Organization to find the cure despite being arrested at the end of the novel.


In what ways do issues of trust and betrayal play out in Inferno?

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Views Read Edit View history. Only time would tell A film adaptation was released in the United States on October 28, Brown’s writing isn’t as bad as some of the critics say including some readers of this sitebut Brown certainly isn’t writing literary fiction either. What evidence can you find of their existence? May 31, Will Byrnes rated it really liked it Shelves: As a result of infernuo, I wasn’t invested in any of them or the story.

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Harvard professor of symbology Robert Langdon awakens in an Italian hospital, disoriented and with no recollection of the past thirty-six hours, including the origin of the macabre object hidden in his belongings. Did the plague actually catalyze any positive social developments? You read a Dan Brown book to see historical facts and famous pieces of art placed in new context, or maybe just to learn something.

But the story doesn’t disappoint and is no doubt controversial in it’s thought. Does it make a good beach read? In that respect, this book is pretty much a success. Who was Enrico Dandolo? There are so many plot holes though, it was like a sponge. Sensing it was time, really, to revert to a state of denial before that last thought took hold in her brain, the reviewer took one last look at the cover of the bestselling novel Inferno and sighed.

The crucial problem of overpopulation, a problem that does indeed pose a threat to human survival, adds a deeper moral and ethical dimension to a book that offers all the page-turning pleasures readers of Dan Brown have come to expect. Does it make sense? But in this one? Langdon find himself up against an imminent global catastrophe.


She recalled that Robert Langdon, granite-jawed Harvard professor of symbology and art historian specializing in iconography, wakes up in Florence to find that he remembers nothing, people are apparently trying to kill him, and he is carrying a suggestively shaped container that contains a mysterious object. Oh and something you can read on an average airplane flight.

Langdon intentionally ignored the oft-maligned Hercules and Diomedes, whose naked bodies were locked in an awkward-looking wrestling match, which included a creative “penile grip” that always made Langdon cringe.

Robert finds a biohazard cylinder in his jacket and decides to call the U. But will he and Sienna be able to find the virus in time? Couldn’t find it in Goodreads and so I added the book. It may not qualify as a divine book, but Inferno is one hell of a read. When a ringing phone startles your hero enough to warrant an interrobang, I think it’s safe to say the fate of the world is doomed.

Thou personally I think it’s a bit different than the other previous three books.

But there are elements to reading his work that are certainly painful. What are their strategies for addressing acts of bioterrorism? Google the “Fontana del Bacchino” to see the most glorious statue of all time.

These themes eventually formed the backdrop for his books. Entertaining Does the story engage out attention? And, by the way, there is a well armed, nicely leather-clad biker person heading down the hall, weapons blazing. The scene projected was a grim oil painting of human suffering—thousands of souls undergoing wretched tortures in various levels of hell. Apr 24, Stepheny rated it liked it Shelves:

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