The Inferno is fantastic from start to finish. It is filled with adventure, codes, locations, art, symbols and obviously, the works of, Dante Alighieri's , Divine Comedy.
It focus's on the ever present issue of overpopulation. Brown explains the impact of overpopulation on a species in very simplistic terms. This issue alone makes the book worth the read.
The book starts off with, Robert Langdon awakening in a hospital in, Florence with no memory of how he got there. He finds himself being perused by a sleuth of interesting character's, while trying to stop a mad man's plot from unraveling.
This is a fast paced, interesting thriller! Definitely worth the wait and the read.
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