I thoroughly love(d) Dan Brown. This, however, was a bit of a drag to listen to. The level of detail he goes into to describe each scene was, personally, a little exhausting, which took away from the story. Next time, I'll probably wait to hear someone recommend it before diving into another D. Brown adventure as this one was a far cry from Angel&Demons and DaVinci Code.
The author follows the same formula as in previous books, but goes deeper into the beauty and mystery of Florence and Istanbul... It made me feel like visiting those cities!
After the Lost Symbol I was losing interest in Dan Brown, but I am so glad I hung in there...Inferno might be my favorite Dan Brown book yet. It focuses on the problem of overpopulation and using biological weapons to intervene. I found this book to be the most real of the Robert Langdon series and would highly recommend it to anyone.
Anytime that a Dan Brown novel is released I get excited. Especially when Robert Langdon is the main character. I was disappointed by Inferno however. The storyline took too long to develop and with all of the twists and turns the story took, I expected a tremendous ending. Instead I was left wanting, very anticlimactic.
Hopefully his next story is more along the lines of His previous works featuring Langdon. I'll still read and listen.