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Inferno: Special Illustrated Edition: Featuring Robert Langdon Hardcover – Illustrated, Special Edition
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About the Author
DAN BROWN is the author of The Da Vinci Code, one of the most widely read novels of all time, as well as the international bestsellers The Lost Symbol, Angels & Demons, Deception Point, and Digital Fortress. He lives in New England with his wife.
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— STORY —
Mr. Brown has a good formula for writing an endless series about our favorite symbologist, Professor Langdon. Without giving too much of the plot away: bad guy thinks there are too many people in the world and wants to reduce that geometrically growing number. How does he plan to do this? You'll just have to read. With the help of clues from Dante's 'Inferno', Professor Langdon is here to save the day!
— WRITING —
Now, a lot of critiques have made fun of Dan Brown's lack of writing ability. I was young when I first read, 'The Da Vinci Code' (which as an aside, got me to start reading books again, so thanks for that, Mr. Brown). Being younger, I didn't have the knowledge to properly judge his writing; all I knew is that I enjoyed reading it. Now that I'm a little more learned, I see the issues with it. The best way I can describe it is he writes for a mass audience, with nothing too challenging, and easily digestible. And boy does he know how to write chapter-ending cliffhangers.
— ILLUSTRATIONS —
I always wish the publisher would release the illustrated editions at the same time as the regular hardcover because it can be annoying to have to Google artifacts and places to see what Dan Brown is talking about. Obviously, more money can be made if you release it twice. I own all four current Illustrated Editions because they make rereading the stories that much more fun (even that awful Lost Symbol, which, did I mention, is a snoozer, but OCD forced me to complete my collection). There is artwork, pictures of locations, and artifacts to visually reference, and seeing it all feels more immersive. Pictures aren't on every page, but when something relevant is mentioned, you will get a photo as you read along.
— SUMMARY —
If you liked the previous illustrated editions, or prefer seeing photos of all the things Dan Brown talks about, then buy these editions. Recommended.