Worst book I've ever read. This book started out ok but quickly went down hill. Incorrectly disappointing and bleak.
The mix of science and art history as well as Italian scenes was great.
Robert Langdon was well done.
The narrator enjoyed reading the story and understood it well, obvious from his voice intonations.
Overall an excellent book, however it is not outstanding. The ending is a deviation from Brown's normal endings. Wondering if this is the last volume in Langdon series now...cuz he paint himself into corner. I do appreciate that Mr. Brown did not lecture on religion and religous beliefs' as he did in the previous installment.
Yes! All the twist and turns in the plot keep you on your toes!
Robert Langdon is a classic character.
yes, kept me on wanting more!
Mountain biking, surfing, skiing, literature, philosophy, psychology, theology and my ipod.
If you like continually not knowing what is going to happen next, and discovering the next harrowing clue and dangerous predicament, then this classic Dan Brown scavenger hunt with cataclysmic implications is for you.
Constructed around the symbology of Dante's Inferno, this is a fast action adventure through fascinating historical cities by the familiar protagonist Robert Langdon, and a freaky-smart attractive leading lady (Angelina Jolie?)
It gets a little slow around the end of the first third of the book, then takes off again.
Nothing is ever what you expect.
This is the definition of suspense.
I was definitely disappointed with this latest Dan Brown book- my mind wandered often throughout the book. The 2nd half of the book picked up slightly in pace with a couple of twists that piqued my interest enough to see it through to the end.
I liked that the narrator didn't go too fast. I also liked how the narrator tried to do different voices for the different characters.
Interesting topic! I researched online while "reading".
Yes. Dan Brown gives lots of details.
Nothing. I thought it was good.
Did not read the print version, so I cannot compare
The plot at times became very tedious, seemed to bog down.
Made me think about the true premise of the book.
Spent way to much time giving very detailed descriptions of places and things, move it along. I found the ending to be slightly confusing with no real conclusion.
Paul Michael was an excellent reader; easy to listen to...
I have read several Dan Brown books.
Yep, a bit too far fetched...
yes - he did
The ending chapters
Not as good as his prior books - too much inconsequential details
reaction was i was glad it was an audio book to be listened to on a long trip. Do not think I would have finished reading a hardcover version