I have read all of Dan Brown's books and was very excited to be able to listen to this one!! Awesome writing, again, kept me interested and excited to hear what would happen next! Can't wait for the next book!
One of the best books I've read, I loved every moment of it!
The reader does an excellent job and puts in the effort to change to female voices or make different accents.
I was a big fan of the ending!!!
The pace of the book was the best part
The worst was the feeling that it was all for nothing
The daVinci code was I believe the best of them
Lisa edelstein, Emma Watson and Tom hanks
Short and sweet reviews, Allentown pa
no cliff hangers, to much feeling like i'm on tour in florence. paul michael is a great narrator, he got me through this one. this is the poorest DB book so far. i really enjoyed everything else he has written.
I liked the location and the movement of the characters to find the answers.
When Langdon finds out why he had amnesia.
Well, the story didn't work for me. I liked Dan Brown's other books but this one seemed a bit far fetched. He always seems to have a hidden moral issue but I keep buying his books so something is working for him.
For a story that the bulk of time place in 48 hours I needed 17 hours to listen to it.The story was like watching a 60" HD tv from six inches away. Too much detail for the action. I had the story figured out with 2 hours left, I kept waiting for something to happen.
I think Inferno ranks in the top ten, out of 160+ books in my library. This was a great story with comfortable characters.
Absolutely! From the very beginning I was whip-lashed into the story in an unorthodox, or rather unexpected, way. Dan Brown had me so baffled in the first chapters that I was immediately hooked.
I don't think I have.
This concept was extremely thought provoking. Even after I finished, my colleagues and I talked about the plot line for weeks afterward. We also delved into the science and plausibility and concluded we are all screwed.
One of Dan Brown's best. Right up there with Angels and Demons. A fascinating topic, a thrilling ride, and brilliant incorporation of art history.
Likely but depends on the reader. I prefer listening to books, especially this kind.
Felicity Brooks. She plays both sides of the issue and doesn't reveal everything until much later.
When he was watching a videotape of himself for which he could not remember what he had done.
Yes, like all Dan Brown books.
i use the audio versions while driving so I enjoy it better.
Yes, Dan Brown writes so well and the action is so non stop that it is hard to stop as the story progresses. The plot was very good, having spent time in Florence, I could visually see the places in my mind. Then the other locations were so well described that it was very enjoyable.
The heroine was very real to life and a very dynamic character.
Yes, when the heroine stopped the boat and came back to tell Langdon of her complete involvement in the entire story with the virus,
The Bioethical issues in this book were intriguing and are on the front burner to many people. Good job discussing them.
For once at last, professor Landon cannot save the world. The ending seems unfinished, but perhaps there's no clear solution to the dilemma the author has put forth.