Inferno is a good book and another Robert Langdon story- not the best one I have read/heard, but a good one.
Robert Langdon needs to retire and go to florida- he's had a rough go.
I'm just a book lover!
I'm a Dan Brown fan. I read most everything he writes. This was my first listen to one of his books and although I loved Paul Michael's ability to effortlessly switch from one voice to another, I missed actually reading this book. That being said, I found this an interesting and intriguing story with a thought provoking issue. What IF there was a virus that could do what was created (without giving anything away here).? Overall, if you enjoy all of the Robert Langdon novels, this one is another great read. Thank you Mr. Brown!!
Boring....boring....boring....I keep rewinding it and still can't get into the story. A combination of a boring story and boring narrator.
No. The premise and outcome are evil, and worse still, stupid.
The narrator was excellent
Yes. Dan Brown needs to get into a time machine and reverse the plot.
For the overpopulation of the Earth crowd and Dan Brown, here is a factoid that may help cleanse your brains:
If we built a Manhattan-type city covering only one-half the surface of Texas, everyone on Earth could live there.
Population of the word = 6,653,000,000 people
Size of Texas = 268820 sq miles
One sq mile = 27,878,400 sq ft
Texas has 7.5 trillion sq. ft.
1126 sq ft per person
Manhattan = 33.77 square miles
Population = 1,620,000
581 sq ft per person (compared to 563 sq ft per person in our giagantic Texas city covering only 1/2 of the state)
It is a simple story line, easy to figure out what is going on .. didn't need to listen to closely. I enjoyed it but not like I enjoyed Angels and Demons ... This book is not in the same category of good. So it was an okay book. If you like Dan Brown you will like it not love it
I am Not sure, I did not read the book, print version
The plot did Not quite keep me on the edge, but still very interesting
Just very relevant, really makes u think
As always Dan Brown is fun to listen to but his hero is getting way over the human level...definitely into the realm of Super Hero status.
They're all outlandish fluff. Good for listening while gardening but not worth reading
Paul Michael saves this book. I always enjoy his performances.
Not a thing but laugh at many of the situations.
It is comparable to the other Dan Brown books in the series.
This book is very similar to the first books in this series. It was a very slow start, so I was worried that I would not be that interested in it. But once the "intrigue" and the "figuring out of the clues" started, I enjoyed it. And honestly, the resulting end of the book was good. What ended up happening is not what I expected, so that is always a good end to a book.
Story kept me listening intently. This is another Dan Brown success. The performance was very good, but there were parts that were slurred, requiring a second listen. Overall, recommend this highly.
I think the Dan Brown is now overusing his trademark formula--which was fresh in "The Da Vinci Code" but is getting a bit stale now: The banty professor is put into a nasty situation and with the help of a brilliant woman solves the mystery that saves the world. Admittedly there is a bit of a twist in this one but it really doesn't successfully distinguish the book from Brown's common mold.