I hadn’t realised Dan Brown had written another Robert Langdon book, but here we go, book number 4. When I first started reading it I thought Dan had jumped the shark as it was intentionally confusing for everyone, not just the reader but also the characters, but as it started to unwind and develop it kept my attention.
If you like the other Robert Langdon novels then you will enjoy this, it’s more of the same, but based in Florence, Italy and surrounding the symbols and mysteries of Dante’s Inferno. Which is another book I’ve always been meaning to read! I’ve been to Florence before and know a little about The Divine Comedy, so it was great fun to revisit those ideas and locations in this storyl