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Inferno

Tác giả: Dan Brown

Thể loại: Tiểu thuyết

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Ngôn ngữ: English

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T HE MEMORIES MAT ERIALIZED slowly … like bubbles surfacing from the darkness of a bottomless well. A veiled woman. Robert Langdon gazed at her across a river whose churning waters ran red with blood. On the far bank, the woman stood facing him, motionless, solemn, her face hidden by a shroud. In her hand she gripped a blue tainia cloth, which she now raised in honor of the sea of corpses at her feet. The smell of death hung everywhere

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Marie Chitali
05/10/2015 lúc 13:57

I love Mr. Brown's books and have read them all many times because they are so entertaining. I don't see that there's a problem with an autor using a formula that has worked well for him before. I mean, Ken Follett tends to do the same thing in a few of his books, and I've never seen him get any heat for it, so why pick on Dan Brown? Anyway, this is basically Brown's formula: Langdon gets himself sucked into a situation to which he was called to provide his expert opinion; suddenly everything gets complicated and goes global; he finds himself traveling around the world looking for clues and gets to run around with an attractive woman at some point. That's his basic premise. What's different about Inferno? Not much, really, except this time it's all about Dante's Divine Comedy and not the Bible or Da Vinci's works. However, the premise behind the whole thing is rather interesting and forward-looking , instead of just reflecting on the clues left by artists of the past, so it was definitely a page-turner for me and I thoroughly enjoyed it.