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Inferno: (Robert Langdon Book 4)
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on 30 November 2017
Brown has come up once again with a good story. However, large sections of the novel could just as easily be placed in a tourist guide, in fact, it often appears as if descriptions have been lifted from guide books and dropped into the novel. I'm sure they haven't because Brown wouldn't risk an accusation of plagiarism. The descriptions of the art and architecture are accurate, but they are far too didactic to be found in a novel. In The Da Vinci Code and Angel's and Demons, Brown got the balance just about right between displaying knowledge of art and telling a story - here, he hasn't.
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on 4 December 2017
Sorry guys, but to my mind it was mostly a tour guide of Florence - found myself speed reading most of the time to see if it was going anywhere.
Would have made a good short (or middle) story tho.
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on 10 December 2013
What is there to say about this book?
Better than the Lost Symbol but not in the league of Da Vinci Code or A&D.
But there is enough Dan Brown staples to keep you going and he is a master of making you question what you may or may not know of some of the worlds most famous people and the famous art/writings etc that surround them. That was enough to make me buy the book and enough to keep me reading...but the story is largely formulaic and forgettable despite the ever pleasant presance of Robert Langdon who continues to be a great lead character.
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on 13 December 2017
Dan Brown and Robert Langdon make for an excellent thriller. The book pulls one along at breakneck speed . This book w be enjoyed by all who love thrillers and mysteries.
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on 25 November 2017
Good read if you ignore the many errors and inconsistencies both factual and geographical: "copper" horses outside St Mark's, Venice - really?! In the whole rather silly.
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on 19 October 2017
It is just impossible to put it down, as all Dan Brown's book. Great book, extremely interesting and keeps you wanting more.
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on 24 August 2017
I sort of enjoyed this as an escapist romp but felt the 'save the world from a bad man' plot was rather predictable, so with regret I feel not as good as the earlier books in the Robert Langdon series. The main character is projected by the author as having knowledge, experiences and relationships that rather stretch credibility.
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on 11 November 2017
A very good read excellent story line believable characters and keeps you waiting for the next page a must read book
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on 29 November 2017
I've read this more than once you can actually picture yourself in the places it goes to and the ending is amazing!
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on 14 June 2017
Loved this book like all previous ones. Suspense, surprise, history and mystery... Worth to read and have in your library
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