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by Dan Brown
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Watch - Eat - Read
Watch - Eat - Read rated it 2 years ago
I found this one had a bit much art history for me personally but the underlying story was great. I think it explored some interesting ideas in a very simple way. I did think the female characters were a bit one-dimensional.I would recommend if you liked the DaVinci code but not if your tastes run t...
She reads, she watches and sometimes she goes outside
I found this one had a bit much art history for me personally but the underlying story was great. I think it explored some interesting ideas in a very simple way. I did think the female characters were a bit one-dimensional.I would recommend if you liked the DaVinci code but not if your tastes run t...
Write Before You Speak
Write Before You Speak rated it 2 years ago
Another Dan Brown classic! Robert Langdon is back in this book with another winding tale of symbology, secret passageways and allegorical puzzle. Once I started reading it I could not put it back down. I started reading the last 150 pages last night and after 3 hours found myself at the 98th chapter...
Book Thoughts
Book Thoughts rated it 2 years ago
Another solid thriller from Dan Brown. I think Brown was so over-hyped with the Da Vinci Code, and then many readers decided he wasn't as good a writer that the hype led many to believe, that he is now underrated as one of many who can simply write a good thriller. His niche is connecting his myster...
Read With ME (207)
Read With ME (207) rated it 2 years ago
This book was, eh, okay. It was a typical Dan Brown book. A fictional story with a lot of historical facts, a mixture of science and religion, a a sexy female sidekick with an above average IQ, and an ongoing scavenger hunt where one historical landmark reveals a clue revealing the next historical l...
INNAH'S BOOK LIFE
INNAH'S BOOK LIFE rated it 2 years ago
One of the best books I've read so far. Robert Langdon, as usual, leaves me breathless and Dan Brown knows how to keep the story going. I couldn't put the book down. It is one of the many that still haunt me, after hours, and I believe it will haunt me for days and months. All the symbols in Dante's...
Tyson Adams Reviews
Tyson Adams Reviews rated it 3 years ago
There's nothing quite like an author desperately trying to establish their literary cred by referencing classic works of fiction. Guess what is mentioned in Inferno.Professor Robert Langdon is back for another inexplicable adventure to save the world. This time a madman with a love for Dante's Divin...
Kiran
Kiran rated it 3 years ago
I loved this book, Dan Brown truly write some great things, I found this so great to read being a lover of Dante and his work I thought this book was great and gave me insight into things I did not know about.
DoodlePanda reads stuff
DoodlePanda reads stuff rated it 3 years ago
Another good book by Dan Brown!If you have read and enjoyed his previous books, I'm pretty sure you will enjoy this one too! :)Suspense, rushing to find the truth before time runs out and there are even a couple of surprises thrown in along the way!Definitely worth the read!
SlowReader's Kingdom
SlowReader's Kingdom rated it 4 years ago
With “Inferno” Dan Brown published his forth book in the Robert Langdon series. I enjoy the combination of a thriller with art and symbolism. I also like Robert Langdon as a protagonist. However, I start to find Brown’s book very repetitive. Brown certainly has his recipe that worked well for him be...
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