November 2, 2016

(Rated 5 stars for compelling prose, an interesting twist, and philosophical highlight on current issues facing mankind.)

Dan Brown’s latest release, Inferno, is another entry that fits perfectly in his Robert Langdon Series of novels. Reading it, the reader falls into the suspense rhythm that every Robert Langdon story contains. With vivid descriptions and fast-paced action sequences, it’s easy to visualize the theatrical presentation of this work. Inferno reads as a novelization of a heady suspense blockbuster.

On a technical level, the work is professional. Short, powerful chapters keep the reader engaged to the plot throughout the story. Certainly, there are expositions that could be cut, most notably Robert Langdon’s detailed accounts of various art and history. However, they are short, if not prolific, adding to the scene instead of distracti...

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