This is a pretty good book- surprisingly believable and well laid out as to not give it all away at the beginning.
Very well thought out and surprisingly gripping- Weird comparison, but kind of like the movie Red Dawn, but without the Russians or bad acting
Took me about three days or so to finish the book- was very compelled to hear the whole thing.
Demille has this way of making his male lead kind of a lovable. A very good story with just the amount of comic relief to go with the suspense. A la Plum Island I would read another book with this duo as the characters. John Corey got a little stale, but you can hear the similarities in Paul Brenner which after a while was refreshing.
You can kind of see it coming, but there is enough difference of what you really expect for it to be really enjoyable
Nowhere you wanted to be
descriptive and very deep character development.
Well done classic novel- Scott Brick is awesome and brings the book to life.
Weaving in and out of the history and the killing and the worlds fair just really seemed to make me want more.
If there was ever a book about my life, I would want scott brick to be the narrator
Have listened to it twice- being a detroit expat with a strong bond to the city and how it has formed my outlook on life, it is nice to hear similar struggles with an underlying story of how the people of the city support others and try to move forward regardless of the set backs and preconceived notions of criminal behavior that the rest of the country sets upon us.
Inferno is a good book and another Robert Langdon story- not the best one I have read/heard, but a good one.
Robert Langdon needs to retire and go to florida- he's had a rough go.
Sneaks up on you, but it does have an unexpected ending.
not the ending you expect, but worth it.
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