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Try Electronic library. Download books free. Finding books for Origin PDF. Open the site (by clicking the link above), select the options button on the top right of. Inferno by Dan Brown by Boogy Stah The novel is named after Inferno, the first part of The Divine Comedy, the world-famous . Free PDF. Preuzmite eknjigu Dan Brown Inferno PDF Download. Dan Brown Inferno PDF Knjiga Download Books To Read, New Books, Great Books, Robert Langdon finds himself with a view of Palazzo Vecchio in Florence, Toscana in Dan.

So without spoilers, let me say that I was really surprised and interested about the twists that were in that book.

Both in that book and in this one, there are discussions about European art and history. I know a little more about that having been an art history minor in college, but Dan Brown really has fun and so did this reader in exploring the intricacies and possible hidden meanings and details of many old writings, and in showing us the secret portals to ancient churches and mosques not seen on your average tour.

In this case, what is explored in detail is Dante's Inferno, although other works and historical sites are detailed as well. The story itself is about professor of religious iconography Robert Langdon - Dan's Brown's recurring hero - who tries to stop a madman from unleashing a possible plague on humanity.

And to do so requires figuring out the secrets hidden away in Dante's epic poem. Yes, yes, I know. There are many far-fetched things and you may not want to look all that closely at plot details but instead have fun and know that you will learn things along the way.

I loved learning things such as the following: Lots of fun, and you even learn some interesting stuff along the way. Hardcover Verified download. I quite enjoyed reading Dan Brown's previous work, even his two earlier, pre-Robert Langdon books.

The Da Vinci Code remains his best work, as it consists of his tightest, most carefully crafted writing.

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Inferno continues with the main protagonist, symbologist Langdon, caught in a labyrinthine web of Dante Alighieri-inspired symbols and puzzles which only he can solve naturally. At times it seems that Brown must think he is being paid by the word, and this book would have greatly benefited from an editor with the necessary courage to tell Brown to seriously pare this book down by as much as half its length of pages - it's that over-written One more thing: Are books written by a popular author now featuring paid ad placement?

Because Brown's repeated mention of brands such as Brioni, BMW, Plume Paris, Armani, and, of course, Harris Tweed all apropos of nothing in the story , begs the question of whether Brown derives residuals from such brand-name dropping, or perhaps hopes that he'll get free stuff from these companies?

Either way, the frequency is annoying, unnecessary, and distracting, and, again, serves no literary purpose I could discern. It was also interesting to note that in Ron Howard's film treatment of Inferno, MUCH was changed in the storytelling - likely in the name of coherence and tighter scripting, which the novel would have certainly benefitted from, as well. If you simply must read this book, get the illustrated version - at least it has some interesting visuals!

I like all of Dan Brown's books I have read.

I am a traveler and it makes some of the places just that much more interesting to visit or to remember from a previous visit. Because I have visited the city in Turkey in which the final scenes take place, I was actually able to figure out where the item they were searching for was planted in spite of the many misdirections in the book. It was a fun read. Added note.

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I was fortunate to read his first book "Angels and Demons" purely by chance on a last minute trip to Rome. What a wonderful addition it was to our trip.

We saw far more of Rome then we might have because of that book. I would have missed the sculpture by Bernini called The ecstasy of St.

I was so very glad to get to see that particular sculpture and the book made me much more aware of Bernini and all his beautiful sculptures. By the way, you might need a guide book to help you find the church in which the "Ecstasy of St. Theresa" is housed.

I couldn't wait to read still another installment featuring Dan Brown's character, the brilliant professor, Robert Langdon. Unfortunately he can't remember her as he awakens in a hospital bed with amnesia. After an attack on his doctor and with the help of Sienna he embarks on a life and death escape from people who for whatever reason want to kill him. His only clues are in Dante's Divine Comedy.

We, readers are taken on a wild tour of Florence, Venice and Istanbul. The story ends up having as many twists and turns as these ancient city streets. I almost gave this 4 stars for the fact that so much description was given to the locales and backgrounds of Dante and other artists. But the story doesn't disappoint and is no doubt controversial in it's thought. My only regret is the fact that I didn't get the illustrated version, which I may still do. I urge those who haven't got their copies yet to get the illustrated book which is also available for site.

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The End. His books are similarly easy to riff on, and Inferno is no exception. Namely: Repetitive plot, repetitive characters, the traitor, the global organization, the puzzle plot for no reason at all in this one seemingly , etc, etc. See above formula.

But the Langdon books in particular have their own special vocabulary. Here is my point to counteract — or maybe encompass is the better word — the points above. Even if the above points are true, and I believe they are, they do not affect my enjoyment of the book. You read a Dan Brown novel to be carried along on a plot going the same exact speed of one of those fancy foreign high-speed trains.

You read a Dan Brown book to see historical facts and famous pieces of art placed in new context, or maybe just to learn something.

You read it for the secrets and the conspiracies and the ridiculously high stakes the plot hinges on. You read it for the red herrings and the betrayals. You read it to be fucking entertained.

In that respect, this book is pretty much a success. On a related note, the purpose of the thriller is to thrill — to create suspense.

They serve their purpose — they get you to turn the page.What are their containment protocols? How does the prologue create suspense and generate reader interest? Langdon, John. Summary Professor Robert Langdon wakes up in a hospital with a head wound and no memory of the last few days. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and their protocols and procedures related to public health crises such as the one described in Inferno.

Which parts of the book did you notice in the trailer? The virus has no cure , and even with future technology, changing the human genome back would be hazardous.

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