Still, its definitely, worth the read. Such as did they procure an antidote or vaccination from the blood? Dan Brown’s latest action thriller Inferno follows art historian Robert Langdon in a fast-paced roller-coaster hunt for the source of a genetic hack delivered to everyone on the planet via a highly contagious airborne virus.. As in previous novels, Langdon works against the clock to decipher hints hidden in the treasures of the world’s art and literature, fighting intrigue and deception. ISBN-13: 9780385537858 Summary In his international blockbusters The Da Vinci Code, Angels & Demons, and The Lost Symbol, Dan Brown masterfully fused history, art, codes, and symbols.In this riveting new thriller, Brown returns to his element and has crafted his highest-stakes novel to date. Summary: Professor Robert Langdon wakes up in a hospital in Florence, Italy and does not how he got there. First time poster and I don't generally see a lot of Dan Brown material on here, I didn't see a post about Inferno so I wanted to chat about it. Inferno is the explosive, most anticipated, final book in Donna Grant's Dark Kings series featuring Con, the King of the Dragon Kings! "The ending of a modern movie thriller needs to be quite a bit different than what was a terrific resolution on a literary level for the novel," Howard tells Bustle. That's contrived storytelling. Dante is the hero, who loses his way in the “dark woods” and journeys to nine regions arranged around the wall of a huge funnel in nine concentric circles representing Hell. This is a Spoiler page for Inferno by Dan Brown. The book Inferno ends with Sienna double-crossing Robert and going after the virus herself, similar to the film. Inferno | Dan Brown by faithrivens I'm a fan of his writing but I feel a little, let down after completing Inferno. Some of the reviews, of Ron Howard's 'Inferno' adaptation of Dan Brown's book, mention an altered ending. Also, if you are a Dan Brown follower like me, you would read anything he offers like the Scripture. I couldn't put that book down. It is followed by Purgatorio and Paradiso . Especially with the ending. [spoilers]The ending did not bother me that much it as it just became a final twist to the whole story. The plot was pretty simple, and the bulk of the book consisted of two things: 1) Langdon being chased, almost getting caught, escape, repeat. Especially with the ending. On screen, Inferno completes the Robert Langdon trilogy that began with the release of The Da Vinci Code in 2006, with a sequel, Angels & Demons, following in 2009. A book and a film are different mediums, so when they both decide tell the same story, some changes have to be made. Like that our hero had amnesia. It is our intent and purpose to foster and encourage in-depth discussion about all things related to books, authors, genres, or publishing in a safe, supportive environment. I'm a fan of his writing but I feel a little, let down after completing Inferno. Dante started writing it around 1307 and finished it a bit before his death in 1321. Een Nederlandse vertaling werd op dezelfde dag gepubliceerd. The book was okay, but to me, since a couple of his previous books were made into blockbuster films, I can't help but feel as though that's what he had in mind when he wrote Inferno. The book was published on May 14, 2013, ten years after publication of The Da Vinci Code (2003), by Doubleday. 2020 Bustle Digital Group. Says Howard, "All these things are done, but with an eye toward the movie audience and making it work as a standalone movie," noting that, if you do read the book before seeing the film "you get something to talk about when it's over."