An extract from Inferno, the astonishing new thriller from the bestselling author of The Da Vinci Code and The Lost Symbol.
Dan Brown's new novel, Inferno, features renowned Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon and is set in the heart of Europe, where Langdon is drawn into a harrowing world centred around one of history's most enduring and mysterious literary masterpieces.
This extract includes the prologue and first chapter of Inferno.
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I listened to this, as an avid Dan Brown reader, with some excitement, although nervous of what the narrative might be like. I need not have worried as the Narrator is wonderful and I have pre-ordered the whole book and can't wait! The story is typical Dan Brown, and I just love the nuances of his work, encompassing art, political, religious and social history and a damn good thriller thrown in with a healthy spattering of modern scientific facts stirred into the mix just for good measure. Ahh bliss.
I enjoy reading thrillers, mysteries and contemporary in any medium, Kindle, paperback or audio.
The powerfully-read epilogue.
He has a deep rich voice that is easy to listen to. He has an instinct for pace that keeps the listener drawn in.
Although I didn't upload the entire audiobook (I'm not a member of Audible), it made me get the book. Inferno is thoroughly entertaining and I read it in a few days. It makes you want to find out about Inferno and the artworks that were inspired by it. The plot has some twists I didn't see coming.
I just loved Inferno by Dan Brown , the story was wonderful and the narrator told that story was prefect I would like to read it again, again and again. I give this audio book 5/5 stars.
If it ain't broke just give it a few minutes.
Someone who enjoys mindless thrillers.
Absolutely not. I really don't understand all the hype. Dan Brown's writing feels formulaic and predictable. I'm certain that many people love his work but I'm afraid I am definitely not among their number.
I would be willing to give it a go because it seems unfair to judge the reader by what he is reading.
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Eagerly awaited the release of the latest Dan Brown and was just not grabbed by the excerpts I have heard very disappointing
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This resembles the work of a talented twelve year old. I felt embarrassment for the author. Brown writes for people who don't usually read books. The achievement of the 'DaVinci Code' was that it promoted literacy amongst people who would not otherwise have owned a book and the following film was popular because those who had read it, attended as a kind of graduation ceremony. Inferno doesn't really move on from there.
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