Yes, if they have liked other Dan Brown books. The DaVinci Code is my favorite.
There was too much jumping around to get TO the ending.
He's a good reader, and does Dan Brown very well.
The reader makes the book, and in this case, the reader was really better than the story. But like other Dan Brown books, this one sent me to Google to do more research. His books really make the reader reader/listener think, and I like that in a book.
I love the writer's use of historical and factual data to build his stories around. In this book in particular I liked how the good guys appear bad, and the bad guys appear good for much of the story...
the unexpected outcome of the ending.
Many different voices of the different characters...he did a great job separating them.
No...but sort of stunned at the ending...
The main structure of the book was very Dan Brown, however the way that this one ended was far different that his normal pattern, so in the end I was quite stunned at how it played out..
Wow and Wow and what, another Wow!
Great twist, Great turns, Great thriller.
Every moment was breath-taking.
Retired teacher then social worker living in Spain.. have three grown up children 7 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.
I have not read this book but the narrator was brilliant, and kept me listening.
I have read all his books, that is why it was rather predictable.
Brilliant portrayal his interpretation, accents, and narration were extremely good.
NO. became rather tedious.
Great narration by Paul Michael
Like every Dan Brown book, once you think you have it all figured out, everything gets shaken up and twisted around, and once you think you have it again, hang on for yet another twist, or three. And he's really pushing the bounds of plausibility, not necessarily in the over-all theme of the story, but in the constant shifts of the plot. On a few occasions I had to back up a chapter or two and re-listen to them to make sure I clearly understood what changes had just taken place, especially around chapters 60 through 80. (Trying to to give any spoilers here.)
Great voice work.
More twists tham a bowl of noodles
He has taken a wonderful character and made him one dimensional
I thought the story was interesting. The characters have become so one dimensional I almost didnt' want to finish it!
Intriguing, Action-filled, Long
My favorite character was actually Sienna--even though (spoiler alert) she turned out to be not what she appeared in the beginning. I hope Dan Brown brings her back because I enjoyed the relationship that appeared to be developing between her and Robert Langdon.
Hang onto your seat as you see The Divine Comedy in a whole new light.
This booked just dragged on. I found it hard to finish but I persisted. Not in the same league as The Da Vinci code, which was brilliant.
Loved his voice and how he kept me interested
Inferno is a continuation of Robert Langdon's story. He's the main character in three of Dan Brown's previous books. If you're like me and you love the mystery and suspense that a thriller bring, this is the book for you! For me it just continued the story that Langdon has been set with in the previous three books. If you haven't had the chance to read or listen to Da Vinci Code, Angels and Demons or The Lost Symbol I would highly recommend listening to those three first then listening to Inferno. This story (as with all of the Robert Langdon stories) creates a lot of forward thinking and is a page turner (even without the pages!).
On recommendation only.
The regular narration was fine, but his comic timing is minimal and the voice acting for a woman seemed more like he was mocking females.
The end was interesting, but with that said--The end was the best part of the book. I could see a story set 50-100 years after the end of this being interesting.
Unlike the DaVinci Code, this book was really sluggish and the multiple POV actually took away tension rather than adding. Look for other books in the thriller genre.