Friday, June 21, 2013

Inferno by Dan Brown

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.

Grade: A


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