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With the publication of his groundbreaking novels The Da Vinci Code, The Lost Symbol, and Angels Demons, Dan Brown has become an international bestselling sensation, seamlessly fusing codes, symbols, art, and history into riveting thrillers that have captivated hundreds of millions of readers around the world. Now, with this stunning special illustrated edition of his record-setting Inferno, brought to life by more than 200 breathtaking color images, Dan Brown takes readers deep into the heart of Italy . . . guiding them through a landscape that inspired one of historys most ominous literary classics. The darkest place in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis. Harvard professor of symbology Robert Langdon awakens in a hospital in the middle of the night. Disoriented and suffering from a head wound, he recalls nothing of the last thirty-six hours, including how he got there . . . or the origin of the macabre object that his doctors discover hidden in his belongings. Langdons world soon erupts into chaos, and he finds himself on the run in Florence with a stoic young woman, Sienna Brooks, whose clever maneuvering saves his life. Langdon quickly realizes that he is in possession of a series of disturbing codes created by a brilliant scientist-a genius whose obsession with the end of the world is matched only by his passion for one of the most influential masterpieces ever written-Dante Alighieris dark epic poem The Inferno. Racing through such timeless locations as the Palazzo Vecchio, the Boboli Gardens, and the Duomo, Langdon and Brooks discover a network of hidden passageways and ancient secrets, as well as a terrifying new scientific paradigm that will be used either to vastly improve the quality of life on earth . . . or to devastate it. In his most riveting and thought-provoking novel to date, Dan Brown has raised the bar yet again. Inferno is a sumptuously entertaining read-a novel that will captivate readers with t

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Language English
Publication Date May 14, 2013
Publisher Doubleday
Contributor(s) Dan Brown
Binding Hardcover
Edition First Edition
Page Count 480
ISBN 10 0385537859
ISBN 13 9780385537858
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Product Weight 771 grams
Product Dimensions 16 cm x 4.6 cm x 24.4 cm
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  1. 2 of 2 people found this review helpful
     Beautifully Painted with Dan Brown's Skills in writing!! 1 June, 2014 On Junglee.com
    As you might have guessed , like other Dan Brown's books , this book deals (a lot) about "HISTORY" , Obviously "SYMBOLS"(The main character of this story is "A professor of symbology") , "VIRUS" etc...(Sorry I could not mention all the core aspects which the book revolves around..If i did so , The words in this review will sure reach the number ofwords present in a small book!!

    For Your Convenience I am Splitting this review into several parts
    Dan Brown's way of narration:-
    This book contains roughly about "600" Pages...usually I used to read books this thick by splitting it into several parts and used to read single part a day..
    "BUT" From the time I started reading this book I can't manage to take my eyes of it , I can't manage take my eyes from this beautiful sculpture , I can't manage to involve my brains in other activities , i can't manage to come out of the virtual world which the Author ("A True Genius") created for the readers of this book!! , I am no one to review about Dan Brown's works but this book forced me to do so..and here I am , searching words for praising this book and even trying to create an apt word!!
    The Author brought me close to the characters in the book , and , made me move along with them throughout the length of the book!!
    He took me to the places which he has mentioned in the book and trapped me in the virtual world created by him :C
    "THANK YOU DAN BROWN FOR THIS WONDERFUL SCULPTURE"

    """THEME OF THE STORY"""
    Like as I mentioned above this story deals (a lot) about ""HISTORY"" , etc ,etc ,etc...
    Like other Dan Brown's books This book deals (more) about "SYMBOLS" ..
    I am not willing to spoil your reading experience by letting some important things from the book to your brain through this review...
    As mentioned in the back cover of the book!!
    The book begins in Europe, where Langdon wakes up from a head injury in the hospital with no recollection of the past few days. He also has with him a metal cylinder that consists of references to Dante’s poem, The Divine Comedy. Furthermore, all that the professor remembers is that he was walking through the Harvard campus, but now is in the city of Florence. However, after a female assassin tries to kill him there, Langdon along with the doctor, Sienna Brooks, are both forced to go to her apartment. From here, they embark on a thrilling journey that forms the crux of the book.

    During their adventures, they come out of life threatening situations by solving complex codes centred on Dante’s Inferno, which is a literary masterpiece. Forced to decode the mystery of the Inferno, Langdon not only faces a grave threat to his life, but the need to save the world from imminent chaos and destruction as well. As the story progresses, new characters like Elizabeth, Bertrand Zobrist, Elizabeth Sinskey, and Vayentha come together to play a pivotal role in the story.

    The villain of Inferno, Bertrand Zobrist is a brilliant scientist, who has put into place a master plan to destroy the entire world .

    This is a new story which you wouldn't have read before except from this book!!I am sure about that..

    """CONS(ACCORDING TO ME)"""
    Like as I mentioned above I am no one to comment about Dan Brown's sculpture ,
    Though , I am here , Stating below the one and only "CONS" which I felt by reading this book..
    *The Author has used lots of difficult Italian names and words which at some point confused me a lot and made the names difficult for me to remember !! (""I know!!!"" the words & names can't be excluded )
    To the readers of this marvel:-Did you feel the same thing , or , it's just me???

    Conclusion:
    ""WARNING""If you don't want yourself to be trapped in the virtual world created by the author and experience some wonderful things , don't ever get this book and read..
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  2. 2 of 2 people found this review helpful
     Amazing book! 2 February, 2014 On Junglee.com
    a blend of the present situation of the world and fiction!!
    recommend everyone to read!! I wrote a journal for my holiday homework and got an A+!!
    Like all other Dan Brown's novels, this one has a captivating plot and a deception point :D
    MUST READ! Another Robert Langdon thrilling thriller !!!
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  3.  Langdon does it again ... and does it well !! 31 August, 2013 On Junglee.com
    The preview chapters excited me as I read about Langdon having a nightmare and then suddenly waking up in pain, in a hospital, with an assassin outside, in a city which is thousands of miles from home and with no recollection of how he got there. Hopes were slightly raised!!!

    The novel starts off pretty well with all the usual Dab Brown bells and whistles formula albeit with a twist (mentioned above). So we have a global man-made catastrophe about to strike and Langdon seems to be the only one who can stop it with help from a beautiful lady who gets entangled with him and is on the run with him. We have assassins following them along with police and para-military agencies. There is no one who can help and Langdon has to crack the code (AGAIN) using his intimate knowledge of history, symbology and historical places.

    Dan Brown creates some good amount of suspense in terms of who's who and what their motives are and how does Langdon end up in the situation he finds himself. Making earth's population explosion as the key issue was an interesting device. While you read Inferno, you get the 'Da Vinci Code' and 'Angels and Demons' kind of feel again and again … and you might be forgiven for thinking that Dan Brown is now writing on a fixed formula. Yes, he does that. But, the novel is an interesting read anyway.

    The plot is pretty interesting. The story has a very interesting set of twists and turns which might not shock you but will surely surprise you. The narrative manages to keep a strong grip on the reader. There is more to the story than history, symbology and historical places. I actually enjoyed reading this one.

    The central issue of the story - Over Population - is a very real one but the 'solution' offered by the 'villain' is not just drastic but pretty much dangerous and leaves u stunned to the core. You keep oscillating between your own views on the solution.

    As usual, Langdon takes you through a touristic journey of art - Dan Brown does an excellent job at that. I am sure, Inferno will again drive a surge in tourism for the locations through which Langdon goes through in this book.

    I just wish, Dan Brown books were in some sort of new age Digital Book format where each location / painting / sculpture / wall / ceiling he describes, could be laced with pictures and 360 degree panaromic views of the actual location along with video guides and all. It would make the whole reading experience much more 'visual' and enjoyable. We won't have to wait for the movie to enjoy it visually.

    There were a few things which I did not really like about the book. The 'coo' of a pigeon which seemed to have 'saved' Langdon and is a constant source of suspense did not really pan out well. The 'assassin' could have played a greater role. I expected it to be more exciting. Another thing which struck strange (and difficult to digest) was imagining middle-aged Langdon running around and chasing.

    What does impress is the pace of the novel, the twists and turns in the story, and finally, the climax. Very unlikely, very unexpected, very … thought provoking and scary.

    I never recommended 'lost Symbol' to anyone because I kind of did not like it. But, Inferno is something I will easily recommend.
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  4.  An Epic Tale 31 July, 2015 On Junglee.com
    “The truth can be glimpsed only in the eyes of death.”

    Dante’s epic poem “Inferno” acts as a beautiful inspiration to Dan Brown’s blockbuster ‘Inferno’. Dashing Harvard symbologist, Robert Langdon makes yet another appearance in Inferno. This time around the story takes us on a riveting adventure set against the timeless classical city of Florence, Italy.

    Robert Langdon randomly wakes up in a hospital with a temporary amnesia and with no idea of where he is also and is tended by Dr. Sienna Brooks. Just as he tries to come to terms with his confusing situation, he is attacked by Vayentha. Much to his surprise, in his pocket, he discovers a bio-hazard container which ingeniously hides a projector that displays Botticelli's Map of Hell with secret clues. And then it is a race against time to escape and to simultaneously solve the clues. Along with Sienna, Langdon has to navigate the lanes of Florence and later Venice to decipher the secret signs. Also hot on their trail is Vayentha, a trained assassin who is hell-bent to catch Langdon. Simultaneously there is a secret agency called the Consortuim and its head, the Provost who are desperately trying to figure out the video and message provided by now dead client, Bertrand Zobrist.

    The chilling memories of the Black death and plague constantly looms overhead. Dan Brown also probes and questions the alarming trend of global overpopulation. On the whole ‘Inferno’ was riveting!!!!
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  5.  Transhumanist movement introduced through Historic evidences 26 November, 2014 On Junglee.com
    The favorite author of the new generation readers has once again struck with his powerful pen, a mesmerizing and wonderful fiction, worth reading many times.

    Robert Langdon, the American professor, highly talented and expert in mythological symbols of the old world is called upon by the World Health Organization (WHO) to break the secret code of the famous painting of Dante’s Map of Hell also referred as La Mappa dell’Inferno, to unveil a dangerous plot by a renowned genetic engineering scientist Bertrand Zobrist, to destroy human race. The plot opens in Florence, Italy and winds up in Istanbul, Turkey passing through a series of twists and turns in tracing the final destination of the secret place and date where the scientist proposes to release the dangerous virus to the world, in a Sunken Palace somewhere in the middle of the world. In this journey, the reader is taken through a beautiful journey in gaining exquisite knowledge of Dante Alleghieri’s famous work “The Divine Comedy” composed in early 1300s, wherein he describes his great journey through the various stages of the so-called Hell in Christian religion. This great composition is the most widely read and respected in the world. Dante’s interpretation of his Hell and the Great Plague of Europe in the 1300s (also referred as Black Death) were contemplated to arrive at a disturbing fact that the World is over-populated as of now and needs to downsize the existing population by some means as fast as possible to help the human race to continue for some more centuries. This called for Bertrand’s wild and brilliant idea of creation of highly virulent air-borne vector virus that if enters the human body renders him/her infertile forever. This according to the scientist is the only immediate solution to curb the ever increasing human population that shall lead to widespread calamities, famines, starvation deaths and disasters in the near future. His great leadership on the Transhumanist movement whose fundamental tenets is that we as humans have a moral obligation to participate in our own evolutionary process and use our technologies to create healthier, stronger and intelligent human beings without waiting for the long periods of natural evolutionary process. However, Robert Langdon with the help of WHO and Sienna Brooks, lover of Bertrand Zobrist and a highly intelligent doctor do find the place and date of the release of virus. But will they be able to save the world? One must read this wonderful work of Dan Brown to catch the excitement!

    Pros: Some of the greatest places of interest in art and architecture across Italy, Venice and Turkey have been widely described with a lot of information on the history and significance of each and every great monument built that stands as a mark of human intelligence in the ancient period. The author’s outstanding talent in his research abilities and zeal to pursue world history through art and architecture is absolutely unmatched as of today. The reader will remain hypnotized and carried right into the middle of the scenes as long he/she is reading the book.
    The description of Piazza Del Duomo, the statue of David, Vasari’s paintings, cylinder seals, Death masks, the Medici, Palazzo Vecchio’s Hall of Five Hundred, Boboli gardens, Buontalenti Grotto, the Vasari Corridor, Uffizi Gallery, Mappa Mundi, the church of Dante, the Baptistry of San Giovanni, Gates of Paradise, The Rod of Asclepius, the grandeur of Vatican city, the Doge’s Palace, St.Mark’s Basilica, the Transhumanist Philosophy, the cupola of San Simeone Piccolo, story of St. Lucia’s bones, the origin of the word ‘quarantine’, the Grand Canal of Venice, the Venetian Gothic Architecture, the Byzantine architecture, the history of Horses of St.Mark’s, the Pala d’Oro, the Bosporus Waterway of Istanbul, the mosque of Hagia Sophia (considered as the eighth world wonder), Istanbul’s 300 yr old Spice Bazaar, the tomb of Henricus Dandalo, the Sunken Palace and finally the Dante Symphony by Franz Liszt are some of my interesting topics for study in this book.

    Cons: The fact that the great American professor was mentally manipulated through a series of illusions by the World Health Organization to help them decode the secret lying behind in Dante’s painting to save the world was not acceptable to me. Though Bertrand’s vision and cause is worth a standing ovation, the means he chose to achieve the goal seemed to be wrong.

    My favorite quote in the book :
    “The decisions of our past are the architects of our present”

    My rating is 5 out of 5
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  6.  Must Have. 6 August, 2013 On Junglee.com
    Another long awaited Robert Langdon adventure which is set in the heart of Italy. I've read the book and can say it's absolutely brilliant. Dan Brown managed to keep me captivated with each chapter.
    Inferno is filled with characters, each with their own in depth story that just keeps you gripped to each page. The Hardcover edition comes with an amazing papercover as well as an artistic hardcover inside.
    Inferno revolves around Robert Langdon, waking up in a hospital with no memory of the last two days, with professional assassins, and officials hunting for him. With the help of the mysterious Sienna Brooks, he must figure out the reasons behind the situation he finds himself in as he uncovers that the lives of every being on Earth depends on unravelling the secrets in Dante Aligheri's famous work, "Inferno".
    For every mystery maniac out there, those who would like to immerse their minds into history, art and the beautiful streets if Tuscany, this is a must read.
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  7.  Cannot be compared with Dan Brown's other novels! 28 March, 2014 On Junglee.com
    If you are one of those readers who is just starting off with your first Dan Brown book, you might find it highly interesting. Dan Brown has stayed true to himself, and done a brilliant job in making the readers turn the pages with suspense!
    The story line is different, and hence fresh. The plot is filled with twists, turns, and surprises - everything a Dan Brown signature.
    Since I've been an avid reader of Dan Brown's books, I didn't find this particular edition that overwhelming. True that that the story is nice, but it lacks the punch to impress his followers. The story doesn't stand a chance when compared to his earlier works like 'The DaVinci Code' and 'Angels & Demons'.

    All in all, I'd rate it 3/5. A must read if you're just starting off with reading Dan Brown books!

    Cheers!
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  8.  Dan Brown iets himself down 28 March, 2014 On Junglee.com
    Often there comes an author who mesmerizes by his work. But when it comes to living up to the expectation of the fans, many fail. Well Dan Brown wrote a couple of amazing books in the Robert Langdon series: Angels and Demons and The Da Vinci Code.After that he too sort of fell back. Inferno and his previous work The Lost Symbol is kind of repetitive; You can almost guess what is to come once you get used to the Dan Brown style
    The book is slow in the first part.. and when the first of the twist makes it's appearance, he reader is already bored. Only in the last part is the book a worthy successor to the greatest thriller of the 21st Century.
    All in all, stick with it if you are a Robert Langdon fan...
    Happy reading !!
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  9.  great book 2 August, 2014 On Junglee.com
    this book was awesome i could not stop reading this one started and finished this book on the next day facebook was very good in every formwhat's really interesting and could not stop reading could not stop biting my nails the author has created and and wonderful story line which is absolutely marvelous 2 this age this is very genune story which have come acrossthis one is for better then his previous books he has done a great job i don't know how is going to be this one this book ngos deals with great history artefacts to modern age weapons system so this one is very very logical and it will inspire many scientist do so sorry think the world is in danger because of pop explosion i think author have conveyed the great message to us
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  10.  Not as good as the previous Langdon books 4 February, 2014 On Junglee.com
    Its definitely a good read, very entertaining but I do not feel it was better than angels and demons for the da vinci code. Its very predictable what is going to happen on the next page before you even turn it. Good addition to the series but not as good as it's predecessors. Worth a read if you're bored and having nothing to do, or on a trip and need to kill some time. Would have been much better if an illustrated version was released, like the other two books. Buy it if you're a Langdon fan, otherwise you can skip it, you won't be missing anything much.
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  1.  An Epic Tale
    “The truth can be glimpsed only in the eyes of death.”

    Dante’s epic poem “Inferno” acts as a beautiful inspiration to Dan Brown’s blockbuster ‘Inferno’. Dashing Harvard symbologist, Robert Langdon makes yet another appearance in Inferno. This time around the story takes us on a riveting adventure Read more
    Published 1 year ago by Sharanya K C On Junglee.com
  2.  Transhumanist movement introduced through Historic evidences
    The favorite author of the new generation readers has once again struck with his powerful pen, a mesmerizing and wonderful fiction, worth reading many times.

    Robert Langdon, the American professor, highly talented and expert in mythological symbols of the old world is called upon by the World Read more
    Published 2 years ago by THREEKAY On Junglee.com
  3.  great book
    this book was awesome i could not stop reading this one started and finished this book on the next day facebook was very good in every formwhat's really interesting and could not stop reading could not stop biting my nails the author has created and and wonderful story line which is absolutely marvelous Read more Published 2 years ago by vijayy On Junglee.com
  4.  Beautifully Painted with Dan Brown's Skills in writing!!
    As you might have guessed , like other Dan Brown's books , this book deals (a lot) about "HISTORY" , Obviously "SYMBOLS"(The main character of this story is "A professor of symbology") , "VIRUS" etc...(Sorry I could not mention all the core aspects which the book Read more Published 2 years ago by S.Sai On Junglee.com
  5.  Cannot be compared with Dan Brown's other novels!
    If you are one of those readers who is just starting off with your first Dan Brown book, you might find it highly interesting. Dan Brown has stayed true to himself, and done a brilliant job in making the readers turn the pages with suspense!
    The story line is different, and hence fresh. The plot Read more
    Published 2 years ago by Nikhil On Junglee.com
  6.  Dan Brown iets himself down
    Often there comes an author who mesmerizes by his work. But when it comes to living up to the expectation of the fans, many fail. Well Dan Brown wrote a couple of amazing books in the Robert Langdon series: Angels and Demons and The Da Vinci Code.After that he too sort of fell back. Inferno and his previous Read more Published 2 years ago by Suranjana On Junglee.com
  7.  Not as good as the previous Langdon books
    Its definitely a good read, very entertaining but I do not feel it was better than angels and demons for the da vinci code. Its very predictable what is going to happen on the next page before you even turn it. Good addition to the series but not as good as it's predecessors. Worth a read if you're bored Read more Published 3 years ago by Raj Kumar On Junglee.com
  8.  Amazing book!
    a blend of the present situation of the world and fiction!!
    recommend everyone to read!! I wrote a journal for my holiday homework and got an A+!!
    Like all other Dan Brown's novels, this one has a captivating plot and a deception point :D
    MUST READ! Another Robert Langdon thrilling thriller Read more
    Published 3 years ago by Ayushi Agarwal On Junglee.com
  9.  Typical Dan Brown Thriller...!!!
    I read this book after 2 months of it's official release on may... Was really curious to know what will be the concept he was going to choose.. It was Dante, a historic person and its events as like other Dan Brown's book, many say Dan Brown's books are now a days like Hollywood thriller , but my view Read more Published 3 years ago by Manowj.S.Prabakar On Junglee.com
  10.  Good book
    Good book. I like the content.
    I am also big fan of this author.
    when started reading stopped only when Book was finished
    Published 3 years ago by vishal On Junglee.com