Monday, June 3, 2013

Book Review: Inferno


   Dan Brown

Dan Brown’s Inferno opens with Robert Langdon, Harvard professor of Religious Symbology, awakening in a Florence hospital with a head wound and no memory of the past few days.  Shortly after, he and Dr. Sienna Brooks escape an assassin and become involved in a solving a mystery based on Dante’s Inferno.  Will they be able to put the pieces together before the world is changed forever?

Similar in feel to the Brown’s The Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons, Inferno is also painstakingly well-researched, beautifully descriptive and full of plot twists.  It’s an easy, quick read and hard to put down once you get started.

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