Fourth novel in the Robert Langdon series.
Professor Robert Langdon awakens in Florence with no memory and a gunshot wound to the head. He is told that there is an assassin after him but things turn out to be more complicated than that. His help is necessary to avoid a deadly plague from infecting the world.
Better than The Lost Symbol but honestly, I’m tired of Brown’s writing style. The only reason I stuck with this one was because of the references to Dante. I hate the way the chapters end to lead to more suspense especially when nothing is really happening anyway. Also, there was no real resolution to the overall conflict in the novel so it all felt kind of inevitable and pointless. The one thing I truly enjoyed was the detail put into the choice of locations, especially Florence. It brought back so many memories of my summer trip last year. Take me back.