Yes especially to all the Robert Langdon fans
yes wondering when and where the plot twists were going to happen
the scene in the Basement club.
Great book! If you like Dan Brown, you'll love this novel. It keeps you guessing and wanting more. Robert Langdon doesn't let you down. Can't wait until this one hits the big screen!
I think I have to give up on Dan Brown. He apparently doesn't allow editors to touch his books. Inferno is repetitive, filled with long Ayn Randian speeches, and thick with red herrings. It's an audible version of one of Dante's torments.
Re-read his book,a nd cut out the repetition, and travel guide writing.
Sure -- he did fine with what he had.
Da Vinci Code was clever. Inferno is just plain smarmy...
I thoroughly enjoy Dan Brown books until now. It wasn't all bad, but it felt too predictable.
3 words? I loved it!!,
I finished listening to this book and have now restarted! The ending threw me completely and I HAD TO START OVER, knowing how it ends, to see if it makes sense and IT DOES!This is his best book so far. Angels and Deamons comes a close second but this one is SO WORTH IT!!!
The art history was great.
The story was very weak.
Change his formula: all his books are the same.
No character was my favorite.
Tom Hanks, and someone else who I couldn't care less about.
No more Dan Brown books for me.
Seriously, the plot was way too "Scooby Doo" for me, and the narrative could be excruciatingly repetitive. The author goes over and over with the same information, and it was just all too cheesy and ridiculous for me. No thanks.
Good job with the content, but again slightly cheesy.
I bought it. I didn't hate it. I finished it. This book bored me at times but didn't bore me enough to stop listening to it. I think that if I had it to do over I would have saved my credit.
Great characters, holds interest, good plot.
All the characters were admirable. Paul Michael made each character individual and believable.
He is an excellent narrator with a particularly expressive talent.
Would if I could. I listen in my car and was always eager to get back to it.
All in all, a very good read. I have even started on Dante's Divine Comedy.
I love Dan browns books because its like a history lesson with an amazing story entwined together.
I want to know more about the plagues that gripped the world that are not talked about in modern society.
Love his writing, you learn so much without feeling like you are and you don't feel dumb at any point.