I have read/listened to Inferno twice now and will probably listen to it again. I love to hear the Narrator read with all of the foreign pronounciations. The Author uses amazing desciptions of Italy and all of the history.
All of the references to Italy.
Robert, of course.
The description of Venice. The story, even though it is about the potential of something dreadful happening, keeps you on the edge of your seat as you travel with Robert and Sienna through their journey.
Excellent, magnificent book. A MUST read. As always the drama and the details are exquisite.
Can't wait for his next book.
Very well written, no surprise when coming from Dan Brown. I learned a lot while at the same time being entertained.
Loved Inferno. Brown has mastered the art of keeping me guessing and building suspense. And his ability describe foreign locales to inspire me to call my travel agent is phenomenal. Keep bringing us more of these, Mr. Brown.
Not Brown's best. There is a twist that seemed a bit cheap. I remember feeling "this better be good" and in the end I think the author made it plausible if not wholly satisfying.
My favorite part is the protagonist is someone who can be cheered for and one I can identify with in certain strengths. Loved it.