Inferno
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8,311 Ratings &
863 Reviews
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To Anuradha Bose

I do not know whether you have even read the book or are sounding like one of those critics who have unknowingly badgered about the book.It seems you need to know how to write rather than advise others regarding Dan Brown's recent novel.

First of all you have mentioned tom and jerry in your abysmal review.even a child knows the outcome in a tom and jerry episode.Dan brown writes thrillers where readers hold their breath till the last chapter to know the end plot.

Secondly as all my flipkart...
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Saptarshi Dutta

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May, 2013

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Good one, But not Dan Brown's Best! Koz Langdon needs some rest!

One awesome thing about Dan Brown is that, He makes his readers want to go to all the places he so beautifully describes in his books.
It was Paris in the Da Vinci Code, then The Vatican City in Angels and Demons, the DC Capitol Building in The Lost Symbol and now, Florence and Venice! His magic is captivating.
If you're a previous reader, you would want to love to have that magic continued. And if you're a newbie in the world of Dan Brown, brace yourself to get thrilled!
Now, here comes the...
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Vamsi Krishna N

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May, 2013

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Un-put-downable!

Now, finally, Dan Brown has achieved redemption for The Lost Symbol. Inferno is not for the pedantic mindset of today. It has employed a Vito Corleone ideology in a magnanimous scale: profits of today are not necessarily the profits of tomorrow.

The book is a new chapter in the history of thriller on the basis of its very plot-line. The last 20 chapters just ridicule the very foundation that the first 80 chapters lay, and that too with elegance. Needless to say, Dan Brown's grasp on medieva...
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Sarthak Pranit

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May, 2013

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Brilliant

An Outstanding Person delivered this Extraordinary Book. The Delivery person was really amazing and very kind hearted. He provided this book with great care. I am impressed by the packing and fast delivery ( Within 1 & half day) .Amazing......The delivery person does not need any formal review because he has done his job sincerely and he deserves betterment .
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Jitendranath Ghosh

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Aug, 2019

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Really made me think about the topic used in the book!!

Inferno is yet another best by Dan Brown. Love his writing and how he creates a mysterious world with a lot of detail to the places Robert Langdon visits. The topic used in the book really made me think about the world crisis. would love to visit all the places described in the book.....instead of a travel guide i would take the book only with me!!! While reading the book i kept my mobile next to me to see the images of the places on the map as well as google images..Once you start reading yo...
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Siddhesh Shivade

Jul, 2014

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SUPERB BOOK BY DAN BROWN

Th only fact i want to tell the reader that if you are a type of the reader who likes suspense, adventure, mystery, out of the box thinking and a best in class story then please dont go insearch for something else than dan browns inferno(the other books he wrote is also best in class suspense thriller)this may be the best book you can get in the market.
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Ashwin Sathisan

Aug, 2014

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Repetitive, but thought provoking

Robert Langdon has been a busy man, but it seems his outings have been less gripping of late. With four books out now, the Dan Brown formula is becoming slightly predictable.
How the pretty yet flawed female companion always finds Langdon is the biggest mystery.
That said, once we give Dan Brown his literary license to formula, Inferno is a gripping enough read that is guaranteed, if not to send your adrenaline pumping, at least to keep you turning pages.There are even fleeting moments when...
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Sooraj R

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Aug, 2013

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Brown's Most Mature Writing till Date..

well a dan brown title certainly creates a little buzz before its release..but the question that lingers now is that is the book really worth the hype n buzz it generates?..well the answer in this case is certainly yes...i fell in love way back in 2008 with the character langdon when he first appeared in da vinci code and the writer compelled me to love him again in the brilliant Angels and demons that followed...but he kind of killed it with the dissapointing The Lost symbol..but still i pre...
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Prithwi Raj Chakraborty.

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Jun, 2013

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Better than the Lost Symbol

I ordered the book on 26th June and received it the next day. Flipkart as usual amazing service!

About the book:
After the Lost Symbol, which was lame, in my opinion (and seemed to have been written only to please the Vatican), Inferno is a good read, though not as thrilling as Angels and Demons (my personal fav among Dan Brown's novels).

If you've read enough thrillers, you'd more or less start to guess the 'surprises' a little ahead.

If you've liked dan brown's earlier novels (except ...
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Vijay D

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Jul, 2013

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A Novel Characterictic of Dan

For all the readers of Dan Brown's last instalments you will not be disappointed with the sharp twists and turns, meticulous research of the many historical places and events which are an integral part of the author's narrative.After reading the novel the reader will be a lot wiser in respect of history as well as his hunger for suspense and drama will also be quenched.Robert Langdon with his usual charm and intelligence will continue to uncover many mysteries in this masterpiece which spans ...
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Subhajit Chakraborty

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Jun, 2013

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