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“Inferno” is an adventure ride through a literary text and a master of the breathless, puzzle-driven thriller. Golden boy Dan Brown is the author of this book. Dan Brown is a big name in the novels of fiction, thrill and breathless. In this novel, Dan Brown creates an enthralling, riveting and captivating story using art, history, and symbolism to take the reader on an incredible ride as Langdon yet again tries to thwart the villain using his powers of symbolic deduction to try and save humanity. His use of Dante and ‘Inferno’ as integral parts of the story, both in the past, and their impact through history is interesting, informative, and incredibly clever.
It accomplished the entertainment through some equally interesting and ridiculous plot twists and the tease of a romance. It starts off with an interesting situation. Robert Langdon, the effete and prissy symbologist who has starred in Dan Brown’s most recent novels, wakes up to find himself thousands of miles from Harvard. He has no recollection of the last two days. He’s in Florence and doesn’t know why. A doctor tells him that he is suffering from short-term amnesia, probably brought about by the bullet wound in his skull. Overall, it is a thrilling read and makes you want to hop a plane to Europe and solve mysteries. You can also Download Origin Novel by Dan Brown PDF Free.
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- Name: Inferno
- Author: Dan Brown
- Language: English
- Genere: Fiction
- Format: PDF
- Size: 2.07 MB
- Pages: 624
- Price: Free
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