Overall Rating and Opinion of Inferno

Discuss the March 2014 book of the month Inferno by Dan Brown
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How do you rate Inferno?

1 star - poor, recommend against read it
2 stars - fair, okay
3 stars - good, recommend it
4 stars - excellent, amazing
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Re: Overall Rating and Opinion of Inferno

Post by Cinnamon-Paige » 13 May 2017, 13:11

I enjoyed reading Inferno more than I enjoyed Angels and Demons. I loved the science aspect of it and it was also very thought provoking with regards to overpopulation...

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Post by Lolita gaeva » 07 Oct 2017, 11:39

Inferno by Dan Brown gives an appropriate solution to prevent global extinction. I mean releasing a virus that will neither kill anyone nor cause any harm and will just make 2/3 of the population infertile. The solution is brilliant but alas, the government of all nations will kill the scientist before he/she even thinks of inventing a real virus.

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Post by brunettebiblio » 29 Jan 2018, 14:42

Sorry but I thought this book was just horrible compared to his other ones (and not just the Robert Langdon books but also Digital Fortress and Deception Point). I'm really mad I wasted the money on it. It just dragged on, and was a little too far fetched for even me. And is it just me or has Robert shifted from a likeable history nerd with a penchant for heroism to a full of himself know it all?

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Post by S_Mulla » 05 Feb 2018, 15:03

I enjoyed Inferno as much as I enjoyed Dan Browns other novels. I enjoyed the plot twists and would recommend this book to others.

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