Book Review – Inferno

InfernoInferno by Dan Brown

Review: Dante’s “Divine Comedy” is a much better topic for a Robert Langdon novel than Mr. Brown’s previous entry “The Lost Symbol.” As always, Mr. Brown completely immerses his readers into the symbolism, history and ambiance of the cities, architecture and art that he places into his lively stories. I sometimes think I should go back and read the illustrated versions of his novels so that I can see exactly what Langdon sees. That notwithstanding, “Inferno” was a tour of the old and beautiful mixed with modern themes just like I have come to expect from a Robert Langdon novel. Overall, a good edition to the series.

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