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    It's ok if you are planning to visit Italy soon

    Other than a couple of twists and a few chases, it's practically a tourist guidebook for Venice and Florence.
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    Inferno

    Fast paced action story, with puzzles to solve and blanketing with an art, history lesson...as well as suspense and romance...It's got it all
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    Inferno

    Gripped me from the first paragraph and kept me to the end. this concept is understandable although disturbing.
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    Well Worth the read!!!!

    If you want a good story, fast action and for a change, learn something, this is worth a look. Yes it is based on the city of Florence (a good guide) and a masterpiece of world literature, which still influences writers and artist. In a current version of the TV program CSI , Dante's work was still used in one of it's plots. . Enjoy!!!! No, it did not get the buzz of the Da Vinci Code, since that dealt with the existence and martial status of Jesus but just as good
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    Good, but not his best work.

    Way better than the Lost Symbol, though. Dan Brown does very week with European art, but I would have liked to set more symbolism a la the davinci code.
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