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Inferno by Dan Brown
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Jul 02, 13

Read in January, 2013

TCL Call number: F BROWN D
Stephanie’s rating: 4 stars

The first half of "Inferno" I found myself repeatedly saying "Oh c'mon...really?!" I didn't want to give up on the book...seeing that I was not able to completely finish reading "The Lost Symbol" (which I kind of felt bad for, because once I pick up a book I’m determined to finish it), and I was getting a little fed up with Mr. Langdon's know-it-all character, but as I kept reading I actually got to liking him...well just a little bit. Now I won't be divulging about Dan Brown's writing abilities, rather I'll be raving about the content! Like any Dan Brown book every page is full of rich artistic and historical factual data that is superbly interesting! I found myself next to a pen and a piece of paper jotting down locations, dates, and names. Then I would immediately get on my computer and research them. I became entranced...just like I did when I read "Angels & Demons". There were moments where I would be flipping through the pages like I was the wind. Just breezing through. Towards the end...just as I about to predict what was going to happen Dan Brown tricked me! For a moment I thought I had everything figured out...the characters and the outcomes, BUT NO! Rats! It’s okay…makes it that more intriguing. On a final note, I applaud Mr. Brown for writing about a very important worldwide issue that hasn’t really been talked about much. It’s a hot topic in the scientific world, but it doesn’t feel like many people are doing much about it. It makes you wonder…
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Kirsten Thanks for reviewing this Stephanie - I was wondering about it and now it's on my list! Kirsten


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