I am about to finish reading Dan Brown’s Inferno. Inferno by Dan Brown is his latest book starring Robert Langdon and in this book, Robert is back in Europe causing problems. Unlike many of his other books, he includes new characters including homosexuals, diseased women and just like his other books, he makes sure to take friendly stabs at the Catholic Church. If you want a read that is just as amazing as his other books, Dan Brown’s Inferno reviews are amazing and this is a must read book. The problem with doing my reviews of Inferno by Dan Brown is that no matter how I write this, I may end up spoiling parts of the story. With that said, here is my review and I think I worked it out to the point that I won’t spoil anything and will leave a million surprises waiting you inside this mystery thriller.
In many of his books, Dan brings out natural fears and things that could have been a reality. In the book Inferno which focuses mainly on Dante’s work The Divine Comedy or Dante’s Inferno, you are brought into a thought process of diseases and humanity. Dan tries to get you to realize that Humans are actually a disease on Earth and we are actually in the process of killing ourselves. The entire book is built on how to help control over population and one mad man’s plot to do this. Just like in his other books he takes you on a tour of Europe where you visit famous paintings, statues, churches, markets and squares and you discover things that only very few people (unless you’ve read his books) will get to know. When I was in Paris the other week I actually passed by some of the things in one of his books and actually pictured Robert Langdon in front of the obelisk in the middle of the square. It was kind of scary that the memory of that scene stuck with me and came back out.
You learn a lot about Vasrai and his hidden messages. You get to hear about Greek artwork and you’ll begin to have a new love for Dante and even his love that ended up being his muse for many of his writings, his poems and artwork, symphonies and trips to Italy for numerous fans. If you thought Dante was all about heaven and hell, this book will help you to realize that he is actually about love and what love meant to him. How love helped take him through the nine levels of hell, how it brought him back to heaven and how much power love can have over a person. It can make you travel the world to kiss on a bridge. Kneeel in a temple or church and leave letters to a woman who died hundreds of years ago and even kill for what you believe in. Love also comes with something else that this book makes very clear, marriage and the need to populate the planet.
The Catholic Church and even some Christian churches promote abstinence and try to prevent condoms from being spread across the world. The main reason isn’t a belief in disease control or health and safety, it’s because if you’re supposed to have sex, you’re supposed to to it to procreate and have a baby. This is one of the big things they use against gay people and gay couples. Since two men or two women having sex more than likely won’t end up in having a baby, they shouldn’t do it. This book blows a huge punch in the face to the Catholic Churches arguments against gay sex. What if straight people, who were married, in love and never cheated couldn’t breed? What if the man couldn’t produce sperm or the woman couldn’t produce eggs? What if they both couldn’t actually have children because one had a disease and it would be passed on? If a heterosexual couple couldn’t actually breed, should they still be allowed to have sex or should they abstain to respect God? If the church would say yes you can still have sex, knowing it cannot produce a child, then why shouldn’t gay people be able to? It opens a very strong question that I do not think they will want to answer.
Dan Brown’s Inferno takes you on a thrilling trip through Italy that will leave you unable to put the book down. You’ll discover artwork that is not opened to the public. Passageways that were only used by royalty and VIPs that were visiting and more importantly, amazing characters that constantly change sides, battle plans and that will shock you in the end. I definitely recommend you buy Inferno by Dan Brown. I ended up getting through the entire book in about two days and want to read it again. If you are a fan, Dan Brown’s Inferno reviews are all amazing from us and we highly recommend you read and buy it. Click on any link from this post or in the widget and you’ll be taken to a store where you can buy or download it for a price lower than the major bookstores.