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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I love the Langdon series by Dan Brown and Inferno is no exception. The plot of the story is something that we should all consider. I think the thought that I got in the novel was we should introspect what we can do for the world and for others. We should strive to make a better life for those who are here and not fuzz to bring more life that we really cannot take care of. This is to ask ourselves, what is a pro-life?
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Scott wrote: 03 Mar 2014, 18:03 What is your overall opinion of the March 2014 book of the month, Inferno by Dan Brown? Would you recommend others read it? Why or why not?
Definitely one of my favourite books from him. I thoroughly enjoyed the plot and the multiple plot twists revealing layer after complex layer. My favourite parts were definitely the segments with the Consortium and when they finally revealed their grand scheme. I was pleasantly surprised that after having spent the whole book trying to stop Zubrist, they accepted his solution in the end. As expected of Dan Brown, a gripping read from start to finish which broached a concerning real-world issue in the most engaging way possible.
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I forayed in Brown's novel through his fiction Digital Fortress. And then, I forayed into Robert Langdon books. Brown never fails to excite! I thoroughly enjoyed Inferno, and recommended it to my friends, amongst which two tried and loved it as well! The story is intense and gripping, and the character of the unwitting adventurer Langdon keeps getting better with every passing book!
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The plot twist at the end was, well, wild even by Dan Brown standards! Totally caught me off guard!
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Post by Anuvamsha S A »

It's a Dan Brown book what can we expect other than marvelous and amazingness. Inferno is a great book. I would rate this 3 out of 4 stars. The whole novel was flawless.
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Post by Ashna_Tibrewal_7 »

The best thing about Inferno was the knowledge of Dante's inferno. It expands my knowledge base like other Dan Brown books. It is not just story. Inferno also tackles important topic like over population which needs awareness. The mystery in Inferno was simply amazing.
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Post by Ben Madeley »

I enjoyed it, I didn't quite enjoy it as much as the previous Dan Brown books, but it's still exciting and thrilling like the other books.
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