mardi 11 juin 2013
DAN BROWN INFERNO - REVIEW
By Bernard Bujold (LeStudio1.com) -
I just finished reading the new novel by Dan Brown INFERNO. A very entertaining book that approximates an action film in the James Bond style. Over 104 short chapters but all very exciting with engaging characters.
Dan Brown has chosen to base his story in Florence Italy but carrying the conclusion to Istanbul in Turkey, a few blocks from the famous Taksim park which currently held the murderous events that we know. In INFERNO novel, there is a threat of doom much like the one of September 11, 2001 in New York and the survival of the world is in danger.
In a way, Brown was visionary by choosing Istanbul, a historic city with between 13 and 16 million people. Hope that the conclusion of real Istanbul clashes experience the same outcome as the fictional story of Dan Brown.
The novel Inferno is no comparison to The Da Vinci Code, but it remains a pleasant entertainment for those who love history, travel and suspense. Happy reading!
Photo 1 and 2: BOOK INFERNO;
Photo 3, 4 and 5: ISTANBUL;
Photo 6: Bernard Bujold (LeStudio1.com);
See photo critic of the book;
See pictures official book launch;