a mangyan who loves to hike, to walk, to run, and to read.
As always, Langdon will not make you put the book down. A real page turner.
It's in my top 5
All the twists and turns
Oh yes, I was so surprised and it was very well written and narrated
It is with out a doubt written for the big screen, it's not a bad thing, but just to warn you :)
As anticipated, this was an enjoyable and educational romp through art and architecture -- armchair travel among the best. What was unexpected was for it to be one of the most thought-provoking books I've come across in a long time.
This was a great story and the topic was extremely scary to sit and think about.
This topic was scary to say the least!
The narration was delightful and I don't have time to just sit and read.
When I figured out exactly where this plot was taking us. It was like an epiphany.
I loved them all! Paul Michael did an outstanding job. I thought I was really listening to different people and that's important on audio books.
One senario can easily turn into another. Be aware!
I always enjoy Dan Brown's books, but this one truly scared me. I work in the environment field so I know how easily this could happen!
Great story, but a guy that falls 50,000 feet from a helicopter lives? Really? The ending ruined it for me.
I seem to be a verb.
The story takes up less than a third of the writing. There was way, way, WAY too much architectural description, historical trivia and useless drivel for my taste. If I had been reading, I could have skipped it, but thats not easily possible in audio.
I can't be certain if my annoyance at the drivel described above made me more sensitive, or not, but I found some of the internal dialog annoying. When characters talked to themselves, and it seemed to happen quite a bit, it seldom seemed relevant. If fact, redundant. Annoying.
No, but perhaps I'll approach Brown with more caution.
The reader was quite satisfactory. I had no difficulty with the narration.
The theme of the book, overpopulation, and some of the ideas presented, were interesting. I found myself somewhat interested in wanting to read Dante's Divine Comedy, even though I heard too much about it in the book.
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...