Inferno: by Dan Brown -- Review

Inferno: by Dan Brown -- Review

Expert Book Reviews / Sep 20, 2019

Inferno by Dan Brown Review Dan Brown s fourth Robert Langdon book Inferno throws the clever professor into another complex mystery with global consequences Langdon faces a scientist bent on destruction a scientist who finds i

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  • Dan Brown s fourth Robert Langdon book, Inferno, throws the clever professor into another complex mystery with global consequences Langdon faces a scientist bent on destruction a scientist who finds inspiration in Dante Alighieri s Inferno Langdon awakes in a Venice hospital with no memory of how he got there He has little time to collect his thoughts or make sense ofDan Brown s fourth Robert Langdon book, Inferno, throws the clever professor into another complex mystery with global consequences Langdon faces a scientist bent on destruction a scientist who finds inspiration in Dante Alighieri s Inferno Langdon awakes in a Venice hospital with no memory of how he got there He has little time to collect his thoughts or make sense of the visions that tell him to seek and find before an assassin arrives Langdon must set off to put the pieces together This comprehensive review gives you a complete overview of the plot, key characters, and the author s writing style, both good and bad Inferno navigates topics such as human overpopulation and social responsibility while Langdon tries to make sense of his visions and come to terms with the feeling that he is the only person who can save the world In this review, you ll also find critical opinions of the novel as well as an evaluation of the novel s high and low points Fans of Dan Brown won t be disappointed by this offering, as it has all the trappings of his previous works Conversely, while the action will keep readers turning pages, some may find his prose weak, as his storytelling relies heavily on his common tropes Nevertheless, Brown s fourth Robert Langdon novel has plenty to offer.

    Inferno Dan Brown INFERNO In his international blockbusters The Da Vinci Code, Angels Demons, and The Lost Symbol, Dan Brown masterfully fused history, art, codes, and symbols.In this riveting new thriller, Brown returns to his element and has crafted his highest stakes novel to date. Inferno Robert Langdon Dan Fulfillment by FBA is a service we offer sellers that lets them store their products in s fulfillment centers, and we directly pack, ship, and provide customer service for these products. Inferno A Novel Robert Langdon Book Kindle edition Inferno A Novel Robert Langdon Book Kindle edition by Dan Brown Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Inferno A Novel Robert Langdon Book . The Official Website of Dan Brown Dan Brown Dan Brown is the author of numerous bestselling novels, including The Da Vinci Code, which has become one of the best selling novels of all time as well as the subject of intellectual debate among readers and scholars. Inferno Movie Tie in Edition by Dan Brown, Paperback I am a huge Dan Brown fan, and I always look forward to reading his new books however, this particular one was hard to get through Normally I can t put one of his books down, and I fly through it. On a Scavenger Hunt to Save Most Humans The New York Times May , The author Dan Brown plays games with time, gender, identity, famous tourist attractions and futuristic medicine in Inferno. Inferno This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Inferno If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. Inferno Dan Brown Inferno il sesto romanzo thriller dello scrittore Dan Brown il quarto con protagonista Robert Langdon , pubblicato il maggio in contemporanea in quasi tutto il mondo. Dan Brown s Inferno Small group Florence tour Symbols revealed, a magical atmosphere with mystery and suspense All this and on our unique tour of Florence that will introduce you to the sites described by Dan Brown in his book Inferno. Inferno Dan Brown Inferno is een boek geschreven door de Amerikaanse schrijver Dan Brown en is het vierde deel in zijn Robert Langdon serie.Het werd voorafgegaan door Het Bernini Mysterie, De Da Vinci Code en Het Verloren Symbool Inferno werd uitgegeven op mei door uitgeverij Doubleday in de Verenigde Staten Een Nederlandse vertaling werd op dezelfde dag gepubliceerd.

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    1. I really enjoyed this book. I have read the previous books Brown has written about Langdon, and I enjoyed those too. I find the book well written and descriptive. I would recommend this book to anyone who has read other books by brown and enjoyed them, in order to read Inferno you need to have a certain amount of background information on the story.

    2. Dan Brown could have researched the real Divine Comedy better. He has some factual errors. The book follows the same formula as his other more recent books.

    3. Another fast paced action story by Dan Brown covering, as usual, only a few days real time. Along the way we learn much about Italian, art, history, goegraphy and culture as well as confronting one of the most crucial issues facing our planet todayoverpopulation. The story presents surprise after surprise and after a few hundred pages, it's uncertain who are the good guys and who are the bad guys. If you like Dan Brown's books, you won't be disappointed with this one. Now I must read Dante and g [...]

    4. An entertaining read. At times I felt like the author was stretching it out by repeating things that he had just said only pages before. I tended to skim over his apparent need to say the same thing over and over.I must admit that one of the things that I did enjoy about it, was that we had recently been to Istanbul and had been in all the places that he described. It brought me back to a memorable trip! Don't read it if you're hoping for a great work of fiction, but it well help a long plane ri [...]

    5. well, I picked it up at the airport - because you know it had just come out and well no one loves dan brown as i do ! i simply adore his books and this book was fantastic !It was on a totally different level ! I'm so happy that i read this book ! it was one of the best reads !

    6. Brown described every nuance of the architecture of Florence to the point that it became tedious and didn't add that much to the storyline. I am disappointed in this book because, based on Brown's previous works, he can do much better.

    7. Not as engaging as the previous onesme format and nothing new about the way story progresses or Langdon operates. Mr. Brown needs to step up his game

    8. Same old, same old. Like other books from Dan Brown, but now it really starts to repeat itself. Didn't finish this one.

    9. L'INFERNO SECONDO DAN BROWNRobert Langdon ritorna in azione. In Italia. Con esiti altalenanti.Il professore di simbologia si ritrova catapultato a Firenze, senza memoria e in una faccenda che può avere delle ripercussioni gravi non solo su di lui ma addirittura sull'intera umanità.Firenze ovvero la città di Dante: parte la caccia al tesoro attraverso indizi più o meno nascosti che prendono spunto dalla Divina Commedia e in particolar modo, come suggerisce il titolo, dal libro dell’Inferno. [...]

    10. Dan Brown has did it again.After 2 hits and an atrocity called "the Lost Symbol", Brown comes back with a catchy novel, that takes it's riddles and mystery from Dante's Divine Comedy, specifically "inferno" So far so good.As Langdon and Sienna Brooks, the current "main squeeze" travel together around Florence, Venice etc - they fight off bad guys, decipher ancient riddles and generally save the day. Great!The problem starts when Brown deliberately 'fixes' current scenes and truths to make the d [...]

    11. This book is absolutely breathtaking. The main character of this book, Robert Langdon is a symbologist at an university. He is mysterious, round, smart and also very calm. Robert woke up finding himself in a hospital with no memory of the past two days. Doctor Sienna Brooks, came in and explain to him that someone carried him to this hospital and left. While she was explaining, a girl came charging in with a gun and tried to kill Robert. They barely escaped and went to Sienna's apartment. There, [...]

    12. This book raises a profoundly relevant, scary and harsh question about the bulgeoning population on this planet and the choices open to us to manage it. Which choice would you make if there were a conflict between the prescribed ethical norms and survival of the race? Should the norms apply even if the global scenario has changed hugely since they came into practice? Is it time to make a ruthless break with the deep conditioning of "right" and "moral" in context of the present threat of annihila [...]

    13. As much as I have liked Dan Brown novels in the past, they can be a bit gruesome. This one is less gruesome but no less intense. It is set in Italy with a mystery that revolves around Dante's Inferno. It's fast paced with lots of twists and turns and ultimately an adversary that is bigger than just one person. I realized, breaking this novel out at a camping trip, that I have a little hesitance in admitting that I read and enjoy this kind of novel. Its to read for pure fun and enjoyment. I do lo [...]

    14. This is definitely not the novel you should choose if the Ebola crisis is weighing heavy on your mind. Dan Brown frequently reminds the reader that of all the problems civilization faces, many if not all, are caused by unchecked population growth. I thoroughly enjoyed Brown's DaVinci Code, this one was again a good read for a history lover. Brown gives us a great behind the scenes tour of Florence and Venice, Italy. The mystery wrap-up was quite contrived, not as good as DaVini Code, but I did l [...]

    15. I've enjoyed every Dan Brown novel I've read so I figured this would be a no-brainer. Unfortunately this turned out to not be the case. The book was okay, but to me, since a couple of his previous books were made into blockbuster films, I can't help but feel as though that's what he had in mind when he wrote Inferno. The plot was pretty simple, and the bulk of the book consisted of two things: 1) Langdon being chased, almost getting caught, escape, repeat. 2) Lessons on art and architecture, bot [...]

    16. It is another master piece by Dan Brown. This book snatches you from the very beginning by its thrilling plot and picturesque almost real description of setting. One may have complain that Dan Brow is using the same structure as in other books but the plot was so drawing that it didn’t occur to me till the last few pages. The book is full of foreign words mainly Italian however it is still good and easy read one may have read it in one breath if there wasn’t required attention of other actio [...]

    17. although having read Dante's Divine Comedy years before Inferno, the vivid depictions of the art and the work itself was a refreshing trip down memory lane. That said, Brown's Inferno falls far short of the potential that it had. This series has always had its pitfalls and Robert Langdon once again displays some characteristics I find abhorrent in a protagonist. the story itself is well woven despite Langdon's place in the narrative. Should Brown seek to continue in this genre he might be well a [...]

    18. Si pudiera nombrar de otra forma a este libro le pondría El Libro de los Plot Twists. Como siempre Dan Brown no termina de sorprenderme y Robert Langdon sigue siendo mi crush literario favorito. Aunque el final me dejó algo corta, la historia es realmente buena; recomiendo a quien la lea que busque las locaciones en internet para que pueda guiarse en el espacio.

    19. Ik ben ooit begonnen aan De Davinci Code maar vond het lastig om door te komen. Deze heb ik dus snel weer aan de kant gelegd, maar omdat mijn vriend zó enthousiast is over Dan Brown wilde ik een andere titel van hem proberen, Inferno werd het. Vanaf pagina 1 zat ik in het verhaal! Nu snap ik waarom iedereen Dan Brown zo'n geweldige schrijver vindt. Heel spannend en leerzaam.

    20. Never disappoints. Dan Brown is a genius. This time he touches a subject so common in our society that sometime we forget it is actually a long term problem we should be trying to solve and also calls the authorities such a the world health organization to search for new ways and solutions for this kind of troubles.

    21. Cookie cutter Dan Brown -- too frantically paced, chapters "cut" like short scenes in a TV movie. I got so bored with it that I started skipping and skimming, just wanting it to be over already. Huge disappointment.

    22. I really enjoyed this book. It is fast paced and keeps you guessing what is going to happen and what beautiful historical place they are going to be in. Dan Brown has a never ending source of history, historical figures and places.

    23. Boring novel, the Robert Langdon series really took a nose dive into the pits of "Gluttony", if you read this novel you know what I'm talking about. Very inspiring. Now would be an excellent time to disengage from the Dan Brown universe.

    24. Dan Brown knows how to incorporate art, literature, and history into an exciting and moving story of suspense and danger. This time a scientist has invented a plague and built his clues around Dante's Inferno. It is very compelling but the end is a little frustrating.

    25. The five stars are for how engaging and entertaining this book is. In my opinion, this is the best of Dan Brown's books since the DaVinci code. Well-written, tight plot, fast paced -- I couldn't put it down.

    26. Inferno is the first book I read by Dan Brown was very thrilling , although I felt it overly described things in some places in the book, but the interesting story and thrilling flow of events made it unnoticeable.

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