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Inferno (2013)

af Dan Brown

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Serier: Robert Langdon (4)

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Robert Langdon vågner op med hukommelsestab på et hospital i Firenze. Snart må han med hjælp fra den unge, smukke og snarrådige læge Sienna Brooks tage flugten med en lejemorder i hælene, mens Langdon må optrevle en række gåder baseret på Dantes digt Inferno for at redde menneskeheden fra en gal videnskabsmands planer.… (mere)
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    The Last Cato af Matilde Asensi (vpfluke)
    vpfluke: Both books are thrillers where the main characters follow trails taken from Dante's Divine Comedy
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    Dante: The Divine Comedy (Landmarks of World Literature) af Robin Kirkpatrick (bks1953)
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I think I have done the Langdon series a disservice by reading them one after another. After the fourth book, I find I just don't care anymore about his watch.

2 1/2 stars as I did like the ending. ( )
  Sporkles | Jun 29, 2024 |
This is exactly what I expected from Dan Brown.
It is action packed and extremely entertaining. I love how he brings classical art and literature into his books. The art geek in me squeed over the little details and how you could tell he actually researched the pieces.
Since he is a formulaic writer you already know that good ol' boy Robert Langdon is going to be pulled into an international crisis. There were some plot twists and revelations that did surprise me. Normally I can see things coming, so this was a delight.
I am happy to add this to my collection. ( )
  CagedNymph | Jun 14, 2024 |
This was an okay, but not amazing entry in the Langdon series. The main issue I had wasn’t the idea, but how quickly everything was presented and/or how long the book is. By about 150 pages in out of 450, you know pretty much the whole idea. The next 300 pages are reading through to learn the last specific detail, which you cannot deduce from clues. The plot twists are somewhat predictable. That said, the main idea is somewhat interesting and thought provoking, the scenes and historical detail are on point (as usual with Dan Brown). It’s not the best Langdon book, but worth a read for fans of the character and style. ( )
  mrbearbooks | Apr 22, 2024 |
This was great on audio and I especially enjoyed it after listening to Dan on an Amherst Zoom lecture this month. (I know him and we were in the same class at Amherst.) I appreciated this Langdon adventure even more because I've been to Italy and I could visualize all the places he was talking about. Brown says he spends about half each year abroad, and I can see why -- researching all the nooks and crannies of these historical landmarks for his books?! Also lots of interesting plot twists and a pertinent discussion of population growth. Lots of cool Dante (the painter) info. Recommended! And I'm glad I have book #5 in the series to look forward to.

Favorite idea from his talk -- Brown says Langdon is smarter than he is and people say that can't be so, you made the character!! To which Brown replies that it takes Langdon no time at all to put things together and draw amazing, insightful conclusions, but it takes him days to write it. LOL ( )
  Berly | Apr 15, 2024 |
No idea, why I thought this would have been good holiday literature. There must be better alternatives in this genre, that's the genre of playing with art history and turning it into a thriller, not the genre of the bio-thriller. The first one I'm just a sucker for, pity that I keep returning to Mr. Brown as so many people do. If anyone knows a better alternative please tell me.

Nevertheless, I have to be fair. It is a page turner; the chapters are terribly well paced. That's by the way the sole reason I gave the book two instead of one stars. The plot and especially the characters are incredibly implausible. Let me give a lecture on renaissance art and architecture while running for my life. I know you want nothing to be what it seems, but the schemes these people come up with are so hilariously elaborate. Normally I would like these kind of plot twists, but here they just make no sense. ( )
  Lokileest | Apr 2, 2024 |
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"In short, Dan Brown’s “Inferno” is the kind of satisfying escapist read that summers were made for."
tilføjet af bookfitz | RedigerThe Boston Globe, Chuck Leddy (May 27, 2013)
 
... there is the sense of play that saves Brown's books from ponderousness, even when he is waxing wise about some ancient mystery or architectural wonder.
tilføjet af rodneyvc | RedigerThe Age (Victoria, Australia) (May 15, 2013)
 
"Unfortunately, at other times the book’s musty passageways seem to be not so much holding history up as sagging under its weight."
 
"To the great relief of anyone who enjoys him, Mr. Brown winds up not only laying a breadcrumb trail of clues about Dante (this is “Inferno,” after all) but also playing games with time, gender, identity, famous tourist attractions and futuristic medicine."
tilføjet af bookfitz | RedigerNew York Times, Janet Maslin (May 12, 2013)
 
Renowned author Dan Brown hated the critics. Ever since he had become one of the world’s top renowned authors they had made fun of him. [...] The critics said his writing was clumsy, ungrammatical, repetitive and repetitive. They said it was full of unnecessary tautology. They said his prose was mired in a sea of mixed metaphors.
tilføjet af r.orrison | RedigerThe Telegraph, Michael Deacon (May 10, 2013)
 

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