Paul Michael did a fine job of performing the book. However, this story was clunky, poorly written, and pointless. Dan Brown's Inferno felt like a trip through hell. Relief only came when the story ended and even then the reader was left wondering what was the point. The editor fell asleep and failed miserably on this novel. There were parts in later chapters that were cut and paste paragraphs from earlier chapters. Do yourself a favor and skip this one.
I've read all the Robert Langdon books and I have to say this one really has left me wanting. Dan Brown uses his usual formula which by this point is getting pretty old. I don't know what about this book was so boring, but I found my mind constantly wandering. He still has some great stuff in here, but overall it's bland and boring. I really liked his other books a lot more.
Books, especially audiobooks, are my escape during my commute to and from work.
Very interesting story and concept which kept me engaged in the story the entire time. One thing I was worried about is if I'd understand all the characters given I hadn't read the previous books. Fortunately, if you haven't read any of the other Dan Brown books you'll still be able to enjoy this one. The narration and production of this audiobook was well done and enhanced the story.
I really enjoyed this reading of Dan Brown's book Inferno. Paul Michael had just the right variation in character voices for them to be memorable and believable. Very well done.
Characters constantly repeating their thoughts, found myself skipping ahead to get bak to the story many times. Was not sure if i was reading a novel or an essay on the merits of population control methods.
Dan Brown has an excellent way of putting a story together. I always enjoy how he ties art and history together to make an interesting story.