Taking you through yet another gripping mystery whose solution makes you read the entire book from beginning to end, the Inferno by Dan Brown is simply superb. If you liked Dan Brown’s the Da Vinci Code and the Lost symbol which took you back a couple of centuries ago as you decoded the codes then this one is a definite one which needs to be read without further delay.
The plot revolves around Professor Langdon, Art History at Harvard University who has specialised in Symbology. He is attracted by the laws on nature and his own nature towards one of the biggest mysteries related to the Inferno, one of the best and classic masterpieces by Dante.
Professor Langdon is strong, smart and intelligent enough to decipher the codes and mysteries successfully. Langdon is drawn into the mystery to find out the place where a deadly virus has been developed and kept hidden which will then reduce the increasing global population and save the world from catastrophe. Developed by a lunatic genius, Dr Bertrand Zobrist who has committed suicide and leaving clues to reach the same through Dante’s epic poem Inferno, one of the most mysterious masterpieces of English literature.
As Professor Langdon travels through Italy and the Middle East, the plot gets thicker with couple of more friends and foes both following him, distinguishing amongst them is equally difficult. Full of fast paced action and rapid change of scenes, the virus is released unintentionally changing the scene of the world forever.
Inferno is likely to be read by people with varied preferences including science fanatics, history lovers, arty people and the ordinary vivacious readers who would love reading thrilling mystery works of fiction.
With a million copies of the Inferno already sold this book like the other predecessors, Inferno is here to create a history again. It became an instant success as the many Dan Brown fans also gave into presale orders which facilitated the real launch booking earn more cash for the writer and more mystery, drama and entertainment for his readers. Brown says that after this thorough study of the novel and many of the translations that it has he had a tough time writing his Inferno through. Original Dante’s Inferno is scary and trying to extract the fear out of the words and mirroring the feel of the original poetry into his book with each thought was even more tougher for him.
Having been translated in multiple languages including Italian, Finnish, Nowegian, Swedish, French, Turkish, German, Dutch, Inferno by Dan Brown has indeed proved to be one of the top best sellers in the first half of 2013.