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Inferno, Dan Brown

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“The memories materialized slowly  …   like bubbles surfacing from the darkness of a bottomless well.  

A veiled woman.
Robert Langdon gazed at her across a river whose churning waters ran red with blood. On the far bank, the woman stood facing him, motionless, solemn, her face hidden by a shroud. In her hand she gripped a blue tainia cloth, which she now raised in honor of the sea of corpses at her feet. The smell of death hung everywhere.

Seek, the woman whispered. And ye shall find.

Langdon heard the words as if she had spoken them inside his head. “Who are you?” he called out, but his voice made no sound.

Time grows short, she whispered. Seek and find.”

If you’re not already buying the book by now, I hope the rest of this makes you want to buy this book. From the very first couple of pages of Dan Brown’s Inferno I was hooked and couldn’t put it down! Robert Langdon wakes up and finds himself in a hotel, has no idea why or how he got there, all he knows is what the doctor tell him. One, he’s been shot, and two, he’s in Italy neither of which he remembers happening. As he comes to he knows that once again he’s been thrown into some mystery that apparently only he can solve! Also if you haven’t inferred from the title of this miraculous book it’s all about Dante’s “Inferno”. Robert Langdon finds himself once again running around Europe trying to figure out why these things are happening to him, who he can trust, what Dante’s “Inferno” has anything to do with it, and how to save the world.
Obviously I loved this book! It took me no time at all to read it. I was stuck and determined to figure out how I could help Robert Langdon saved the world. Of course I’m not a symbolist, nor have I been to Europe… yet… so I wasn’t much help, but I still tried. That counts for something… right?  Honestly just read it! Angels and Demons, The Da Vinci Code, and The Lost Symbol were amazing and this one didn’t pale in comparison at all. Until Next Time,
Keep Turning the Pages
90s Born Reader

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