Its my review for a second DB book, in two consecutive days. Well, this doesn't mean that I am jobless and spend my day reading books only (for those skeptics out there who doubt my work, lol). Anyway, coming to the novel at hand, Inferno. DB's latest book featuring the famous professor, Robert Langdon. I have been through the first 6 chapters of the book and there is no doubt on DB's capabilities. Once more, as always he has managed to capture the reader's attention and imagination. For those who haven't read the book yet, spoiler alert. The opening of the plot was really different when compared to other DB stories, as Mr. Langdon wakes up with a retrograde Amnesia, only to find out that he is the target of an assassin. The purpose is no known for now, but it seems that langdon got something which the other person wants. Surprisingly, the introduction of what possibly seems to be a female lead is shown in the beginning of the novel unlike other novels where it takes time and the spot light focuses on the Harvard symbologist for first few chapters. I always love a story featuring Robert Langdon, simply because he tells us so much about history, but yet again, it is only DB's view (possibly). And I have started liking cryptography a lot cause of DB.

Published by Aravindha Krishnan