One of the best.
As a Dan Brown fan you think you'll figure out the twists before they are thrown at you... I couldn't. I was very surprised about the unexpected a lot of times. What I loved the most was that this didn't feel like "just another Dan Brown book".
I liked this one better that his job on Lost Symbol... which was still great. This time he was even better. At no point I felt I was too aware I was listening to a narrator. Instead I was lost in the story the whole time. This was very refreshing after listening to the horrible narration by Richard Poe on Dan Brown's Deception Point... which I just couldn't finish. Thanks Paul for your pleasant voice.
Not better than DaVinci Code or Angels and Demons. But I did like it better than Lost Symbol.
Yes I would.
Makes you feel like you are right there along for the ride.
When Robert Langdon realized that Sienna Brooke had lied to him.
I enjoy all of Dan Brown's books especially the history that he reveals.
i've read all reviews for this book and i disagree with them. its a perfect audiobook to listen at the same time you are listening other book not so fast. submerge in Dan Brown adventure with no eyes shut and you wont be disapionted. it delivers what it sells.
This may be Dan Brown’s best work. Some will disagree; regardless, it is his most important. As with his other novels, “Inferno” is well written and riveting. What makes this book so important are the questions he presents as the plot unfolds. As good as “Angels & Demons” and the “Di Vinci Code” are, they address faith and use facts to present plausible alternative speculation and opinion. “Inferno” deals with a very real reality and offers a handful of solutions to mitigate, even eliminate, very real concerns. For many, including myself, those solutions are culturally distasteful and faithfully reprehensible, but history has been consistent; conscious choice to ignore reality is gross negligence.
“Inferno” isn’t just another Robert Langdon two or three day romp through history and the arts. It is a real and serious set of questions that demand real and serious solutions.
Better than his last. However, I don't think Langdon has anything left in the tank.
Difficult to persist to the end. Too m much like a lecture series this time. The characters were not particularly compelling
Fun book with Dan Brown's typical edge of your seat ride while feeding you bits of history, art, and science so that you feel so that you've learned something not just passed time. Most of the book takes place in Florence and Mr. Brown is the best "tourist guide" in the business. The theme of the book is based on Dante's Inferno which is a boring read yet Brown makes it relevant to today, shows the influence it has had over time, and helps bring to light medieval Italy. Unlike his last book who's ending was a bit of a disappointment and the message was a bit "new age" this one is a surprise till the end. Also it deals with a issue few really like to talk about as the reason for most of the worlds environmental and even political problems. Anyway it's a fun listen so what are you waiting for.
I love Dan Brown's novels and this one was no exception. In his classic action packed writing style Dan takes us through Dante's Inferno, yet at the same time making the reader think about things maybe they haven't thought about or haven't thought about in a while. If you are a Dante fan and/or a Dan Brown fan then do not pass this book up.
Paul Michael also did a really great job at narration!
This is another very enjoyable Dan Brown thriller. The entire book focuses on overpopulation and it's consequences. Personally, I agree with Mr. Brown. Overpopulation is an issue that we rarely hear about in the news, yet has more potential for self destruction than almost any other global issue.
The story line centers around Robert Landon's efforts to find a genetically engineered virus, whose impact is not yet known. I particularly enjoyed the vivid descriptions of both Venice and of Istanbul's Hagia Sophia and spent a good amount of time watching YouTube videos of the famous buildings and art described in the book.
Inferno is well worth the credit and the time to listen to it. Enjoy!
Narration was as phenomenal as the gripping suspense.
Without revealing anything the villain had many cynical facets.
The different personalities and the effect of the performance.
An historically accurate adventure.