Inferno by Dan Brown
Following in the footsteps of Angels and Demons and The Da Vinci Code, Inferno is the fourth installment by Dan Brown that chronicles the adventures of Professor Robert Langdon as he follows clues through the historical and art worlds to save humanity from evil intentions.
Robert Langdon finds himself waking up in Florence, Italy, unaware of how or why he is there. Nothing makes sense, and he realizes he's dealing with a case of amnesia, leaving him no recollection of the past several days. He's not even sure if he's guilty of something big, but desperately needs answers. Teaming up with a young doctor who's intent on saving his life and helping him fit the pieces of his memory back together, Langdon embarks on a mission to avert disaster - possibly for the entire human race.
Heavily referencing Dante's work The Divine Comedy, Inferno is - as Brown's other books have been - a non-stop thriller. Weaving in fascinating details of architecture, artwork, and physical location, Inferno will keep you turning page after page.
The Mom* Rating: Middle Shelf
*NOTE: This Review comes from The Mom - click through the link to see what kind of books and genres she likes to read and review. Reviews from individual contributors do not equal a thumbs up or shelf rating from The Bookworm.