Inferno (Robert Langdon, #4) by Dan Brown

Inferno (Robert Langdon, #4)

Harvard professor of symbology Robert Langdon awakens in an Italian hospital, disoriented and with no recollection of the past thirty-six hours, including the origin of the macabre object hidden in his belongings. With a relentless female assassin trailing them through Florence, he and his resourceful doctor, Sienna Brooks, are forced to flee. Embarking on a harrowing journey, they must unravel a series of codes, which are the work of a brilliant...

Details Inferno (Robert Langdon, #4)

TitleInferno (Robert Langdon, #4)
Release DateMay 14th, 2013
GenreFiction, Thriller, Mystery, Suspense

Reviews Inferno (Robert Langdon, #4)

  • Ashley
    I guess this will fulfill my yearly quota for Mickey Mouse watch-clad academics who solve ancient conspiracy filled puzzles.- - - Updated 5/31: Sometimes, I feel like Dan Brown is my nemesis.In interviews, he comes off as a smart, earnest guy (if a bit of an academic dweeb*) who has an obsession for puzzles, old art and conspiracy theories, but also as a guy who has no idea how to laugh at himself. He seems to take his own work very seriously, an...
  • Jennifer Fidler
    Instead of reading any more Dan Brown books, I'm just going to complete the following "Mad Lib" with my sister. Feel free to play along.UNTITLED DAN BROWN BOOK MAD LIB1) a number ______2) month that has at least 28 days __________________3) adverb that denotes stress ____________________4) pick a European city...any European city _______________________5) title given to a respected educator or professional _____________________6) first name _____...
  • Hussain Elius
    Allow me to summarize every Dan Brown novel ever: An unsuspecting but intelligent protagonist is called up in the middle of the night. Someone very powerful and possibly related with the authorities needs his expertise that only the protagonist can provide. A well-known figure has died and that started a chain of events with catastrophic consequences. The authorities need our protagonist's help to solve a puzzle left by our instigator just before...
  • Sarah (Presto agitato)
    Lasciate ogni speranza, voi ch’entrate. Or something. Statue of Dante by Enrico Pazzi, Piazza Santa Croce, FlorenceWhen I took this picture a couple of months ago, I thought Dante’s dour expression must be because he was pondering the horrors of hell. Now I think it’s because he was dwelling on the ignominy of having his masterpiece turned into this Dan Brown novel.By the fourth book in the series, the formula has been well-established: Rob...
  • Mohammed Arabey
    The most Dangerous, Different trip with Robert Langdon with Brilliant Twist ending.That the Movie re-twisted into a normal boring Hollywood ending that blow mind of how bad the novel turned into clichéd stop the bomb movie.It starts with Inferno NightmareWaking up in Florence far from home,not knowing how he even got hereWith a head wound and a hellish nightmare of inferno to comeAnd by trying to solve the codes & puzzles of his chaotic situatio...
  • Jane
    CHAPTER 1Obscure reviewer Jane Steen sat in her modest study in cozy suburban Illinois and stared with horror at the object she held in her hands. Measuring nine-and-a-half by six-and-a-quarter by one-and-a-half inches, the object was encased in a shiny substance the overweight reviewer knew to be plastic.A book of some kind.To the little known reader’s brilliant mind and eidetic memory, identifying the book was a simple task. The labels affixe...
  • Willow
    This is my first Dan Brown book and what can I pretty much sucked. I was kind of shocked. Yes, I had read a lot of disparaging comments about Brown’s writing, but I pushed them aside, figuring his books must be at least entertaining. Otherwise, why would he be so popular? And I rather like cheesy books. This one had a condescending tone though that grated on my nerves and sapped all the fun right out of the story. It was a tedious rea...
  • Deska
    I really enjoyed this book. Thou personally I think it's a bit different than the other previous three books. The other three books have similarities in having a story plot that creating a really blur line between history and fiction. But in this fourth book, the history is like the inspiration of the fiction story, but I still liked it and gave it 3.5 stars.I really enjoyed the thrill and excitement of Langdon adventure. And as a former internat...
  • Jayson
    (B) 74% | More than SatisfactoryNotes: Lucky Robert Langdon, always adventuring with sexy, brainy women awed by his knowledge of art and symbology.
  • Will Byrnes
    Lasciate ogne speranza, voi ch'intrateorAbandon all hope, ye who enter here Dante and Virgil approach the entrance to Hell From the The heat is on. There is, of course, a deadline. A mad scientist of a Dante super-fan, who takes theatrical delight in referring to himself as The Shade, would like to bring about a great renaissance for humanity, a reawakening similar to the one that occurred following the Black Plague. As with that...
  • Aaron
    Aaron turned on his computer and opened it to, a widely used website for books. It was time. He looked around to be sure he was alone, and started writing ... his review of Dan Brown's Inferno.CHAPTER 253Aaron looked at the screen, wondering how best to approach the review. He had to be quick about it."There's no time!" he shouted even though no one else was around.They could be here at any minute, and he had to hurry. He had to mak...
  • Parvez
    June 18, 2013This book has Dan Brown written all over it. Just like the previous stories in this series, the entire book is about 24 hour long mystery/thriller. Robert Langdon wakes up at a hospital with no recollection of how he got there and as he starts to figure out what's going on, he starts getting deeper into a dangerous event that is about to take place. From the very first page, a chain of events starts to take place at a very fast pace....
  • Ahmad Sharabiani
    Inferno (Robert Langdon #4), Dan BrownInferno is a 2013 mystery thriller novel by American author Dan Brown and the fourth book in his Robert Langdon series, following Angels & Demons, The Da Vinci Code and The Lost Symbol. The book was published on May 14, 2013, ten years after publication of The Da Vinci Code (2003), by Doubleday. A film adaptation was released in the United States on October 28, 2016. Harvard professor Robert Langdon wakes up ...
  • David Lafferty
    I've spent the past few years writing a book on Inferno, immersing myself in Dante's Commedia, and was looking forward to a fun read. While the book is decent it's still a disappointment. Despite having quite a few issues with Da Vinci Code, it was nevertheless a fun trip through the world of art and puzzle solving. Unfortunately Inferno reads more like a movie treatment with some factoids thrown in. At times it reminded me of the old Batman epis...
  • Komal
    To be very honest, I had a lot of expectations from this book and Dan Brown does not disappoint. I'm not entirely happy with the book; the second half of the book lacked certain things and was not quite as interesting as the first part. The research work for this book is done very painstakingly and it shows. 4.5 stars.
  • Desiree
    I considered giving this two stars but then I realized there really wasn't anything I liked about it. It was so boring and it took me more than a week to get through. I know it's too much to ask that Dan Brown scale the heights of Angels & Demons or even The Da Vinci Code once again but I'm somewhat baffled as to how his writing has taken a turn for the worse and it started with that blasted The Lost Symbol. There's nothing much to say about this...
  • Namratha
    "Abandon hope all ye who enter here" ~ Dante's Divine Comedy.(Oh, Mr.Brown...the irony and the accuracy)----------------------------------------------------The last Dan Brown novel that I recall reading and enjoying to the hilt was Angels & Demons. So, when I proudly hefted his new tome INFERNO home from the book store, I was all:And then, barely twenty pages had passed by and my buoyant emotions pretty much went The Little Mermaid Way:The aut...
  • Jason
    To all the folks who rate a book before they've read it, skewing the ratings for everyone...go to Amazon with all the other flamers. Leave our ratings alone.
  • Kai
    “Just because the human mind can't imagine something happening, doesn't mean it won't.”3/5 StarsAnother typical Dan Brown book. It's been on my to-read list for ages, so is The Lost Symbol still. Now that the film will be released soon, I needed to get a grip and read it. And I, too, decided to skip Book 3 and move straight on to this one.My expectations are fulfilled. Mysteries, art, intruige, a race against time. But since I last read a Dan...
  • Connie
    Making this as read just so I can do a stupid review....I made it all the way to 37% I deserve a medal.....okay....I just can't finish started with this paragraph at about 12%"She knew it was probably just the adrenaline, but she found herself strangely attracted to the American professor. In addition to his being handsome, he seemed to possess a sincerely good heart. In some distant, alternate life, Robert Langdon might even be someone ...
  • James
    Read this years ago... it's a great story and an intense and complex read. I preferred Angels and Demons and The Da Vinci Code; however, this is a very close third as the concept of Dante and the fiery gates of hell are also quite good. Dan Brown doesn't let you down and you should definitely keep reading this series -- especially with the movie now coming out! What I love most is the back and forth point of view, unsure how everyone is connectio...
  • Matthew
    Kinda blah after the other Langdon entries. Getting a little used to the Langdon formula. Also, in the end it was not all that great of a story (in my opinion). Honestly, hard for me to believe they got another movie in the series out of this (I hope they changed a lot of it to make it more interesting! Hard to believe I just said I hoped they changed the story when making a movie - SACRELIDGE! )
  • Rachel (BAVR)
    Warning: If something in my review is marked with a spoiler tag, it really is a spoiler. I don't want to be the reason that a die-hard fan reads a spoiler and has the whole book ruined for him/her. So if that kind of thing matters to you, DON'T CLICK ON THE SPOILERS. If nothing else, Dan Brown's Inferno reminded me that the interrobang (?!) is a thing. Also, why use one ellipsis ... when you can use ... A MILLION?! I can't take this book seriousl...
  • Darwin8u
    I'm not sure why I volunteered to jump into another Damned Dan Brown novel. What Circle of Dante's Inferno was designed for a cynical, but weak reader who keeps returning to those crappy, popular authors (Damn Brown Brown, Orson Scott Card, Tom Clancy) of their youth hoping to drink from the waters of Bimini? What circle do you consign the novel's author?1. Limbo? Look, the novel isn't THAT horrible. Damned Dan Brown can be tolerably entertaining...
  • Stepheny
    3.5I’ve compiled a list for my review. Why it’s perfectly acceptable to compare Dan Brown novels with one night stands : 1.) The decision to pick up a Dan Brown book or a one night hookup comes down to the same thing- instant gratification. You pick it up knowing you’re going on a wild ride!2.) Waking up and seeing a Dan Brown book on your night stand almost makes you feel like you need a shower more than the morning after getting some stra...
  • Carly
    I actually want to read this book so badly, it hurts!I am so excited- when I heard that Dan Brown was releasing a new book, I screamed so loud that another girl on my floor ran into my room and thought I was getting attacked! Brown is probably my top favourite author and I have loved each book that stars Robert as the main character. I loved 'The Lost Symbol' so much!! I have really high hopes for this next one :)Update:Now that I have finished t...
  • Crystal Starr Light
    Bullet Review:Wow, this was an awful book. I will say that Dan Brown has improved his writing craft, as there seems to be better flow and not so many grammatical errors, but just barely. He still switches tenses, starting out nearly every chapter with a big, ugly blob of text about some historical landmark that may or may not have bearing on the plot.The characters are just bare outlines of people, like a grown-up coloring book, who somehow manag...
  • Bithi
    This book is breath-taking in its suspense.I am not sure if I should call the antagonist, Zobrist, a mad or futuristic person. Like all the antagonists of Brown's novels, he is apparently intelligent.But, to quote Shakespeare - There is method in madness. (from Hamlet.Even the author does not seem to portray the character of Zobrist as a cruel person like his other antagonists. Because, though Zobrist's solution is drastic, the issue of populatio...
    2.75ok I think I loved angels & demons and the davinci code more than inferno wasn't enjoyable enough for me like always expecting from dan brown books