'Inferno' Covers a Topic which Makes you Think Hard!
The greatest achievement of a writer comes when he/she can make the readers think. This book is the usual Dan Brown... finding secrets immersed in works of the Masters. However, this book has something more too... and that's what makes us think. For the first time, a Dan Brown antagonist makes you believe in what he believed. What he believed in is the Truth. And the measures he took (although debatable) are the ones of a lonely and desperate genius. Even for once, you start believing in the vision of the "bad" guy. And for making us do that, FULL CREDIT goes to the author. Moreover, this novel portrays Robert Langdon at his most vulnerable... starting from the scratch and re-deciphering what he had already deciphered. And lastly, the issue which is the epicenter of the novel. Sadly, the issue and its threat do exist in reality. And something really should be done about it. Kudos to Mr. Brown for bringing out yet another unputdownable read. It covers up for the disappointment caused by 'The Lost Symbol'. 'Inferno' is indeed a must-buy. Oh, and thanks to Flipkart for delivering it on the very day of its release.