Inferno Audiobook

Inferno Audiobook
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Dan Brown Inferno Audiobook 🎧 

Dan Brown has been an international best-selling superstar with the release of his revolutionary novels The Da Vinci Code, The Lost Symbol, and Angels & Demons, effortlessly integrating codes, symbolism, art, and history into captivating thrillers that have captured hundreds of millions of admirers worldwide. Now, Dan Brown transports readers deep into the heart of Italy, bringing them through a region that inspired one of history’s most foreboding literary classics.
In the middle of the night, Harvard symbology professor Robert Langdon awakens in a hospital. Disoriented and suffering from a head injuries, he has no recollection of the previous 36 hours, including how he arrived…or the provenance of the horrific device discovered hidden in his possessions by his doctors.

Langdon’s world quickly devolves into turmoil, and he finds himself on the run in Florence with a stoic young woman named Sienna Brooks, whose cunning saves his life. Langdon rapidly finds he is in possession of a set of terrible codes constructed by a brilliant scientist – a genius whose fixation with the end of the world is only rivaled by his passion for one of the most important masterpieces ever written: Dante Alighieri’s tragic epic poem The Inferno.

Racing through timeless locations such as the Palazzo Vecchio, the Boboli Gardens, and the Duomo, Langdon and Brooks discover a network of hidden passageways and ancient secrets, as well as a terrifying new scientific paradigm that will either vastly improve or devastate the quality of life on Earth.

Dan Brown has lifted the bar yet again with his most gripping and thought-provoking thriller to date. Inferno is a lavishly enjoyable read – a novel that will captivate readers with the splendor of classical Italian art, history, and literature…while simultaneously presenting important issues about the role of cutting-edge science in our future.

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Dan Brown Bio

Dan Brown (born June 22, 1964, in Exeter, New Hampshire, USA) is an American author known for his well-researched novels about hidden societies with convoluted plots. He was well recognized for his work on the Robert Langdon series, which featured The Da Vinci Code (2003).

Brown attended Phillips Exeter Academy, a prep school where his father taught math, and graduated from Amherst (Massachusetts) College in 1986. He afterward relocated to California in order to pursue a career as a songwriter. Despite his lack of success in the music industry, he penned his first book, 187 Men to Avoid, a dating survival guide for women, in 1990; it was released in 1995.

Brown joined the Exeter faculty in 1993 as an English and creative-writing instructor. Several years later, the US Secret Service paid a visit to the school to question a student who had sent an e-mail in which he joked about assassinating the president. Brown’s interest in covert intelligence agencies was aroused by the experience, which became the subject of his first novel, Digital Fortress (1998). The novel, which was centered on clandestine groups and code-breaking, served as a model for Brown’s later works. Brown included Robert Langdon, a Harvard professor of symbolism, in his second novel, Angels & Demons (2000). The suspenseful drama chronicles Langdon’s efforts to safeguard the Vatican from the Illuminati, a secret group created during the Renaissance to challenge the Roman Catholic Church. Despite favorable reviews, the work failed to capture the attention of readers.

Brown returned to Langdon after his third novel, Deception Point (2001), with The Da Vinci Code, a thriller centered on art history, the beginnings of Christianity, and obscure beliefs. Langdon encounters mysterious organizations (Opus Dei and the Priory of Sion) while attempting to solve the murder of the Louvre’s curator, discusses the hidden messages in Leonardo da Vinci’s art, raises the possibility that Jesus married Mary Magdalene and fathered a child, and discovers the Holy Grail. The Da Vinci Code sparked debate, with many theologians and art historians dismissing Brown’s ideas. The novel, on the other hand, was a huge success for readers. More than 80 million copies have been sold by 2009, with editions available in over 40 languages. Intense interest in the novel spawned a slew of Code-related books and boosted sales of Brown’s earlier works; in 2004, all four of his novels appeared on The New York Times best-seller lists at the same time. The cinematic adaptations of The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons, featuring Tom Hanks as Langdon, were released in 2006 and 2009, respectively.

Brown continued his tweedy protagonist’s travels with The Lost Symbol (2009; TV series 2021), which focuses on Freemasons, and Inferno (2013), which featured Langdon seeking clues relating to Dante’s poem The Divine Comedy in order to prevent the spread of a pandemic. The latter novel was also adapted for the big screen in 2016, with Hanks reprising his role as Langdon. The next year, Brown’s fifth part in the series, Origin, was released.

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Inferno Audiobook Excerpt Transcript

The memories materialized slowly like bubbles surfacing from the darkness of a bottomless. Well, a veiled woman, Robert Langdon gazed at her across a river whose churning waters ran red with blood on the far bank. The woman stood facing him motionless solemn, her face hidden by a shroud in her hand, she gripped a blue Tania cloth, which she now raised in honor of the sea of corpses at her feet. The smell of death hung everywhere, seek the woman whispered and ye shall find Langdon heard the words as if she had spoken them inside his head. Who are you he called out, but his voice made no sound time grows short?

She whispered, seek and find Langdon took a step toward the river, but he could see the waters were blood red and too deep to traverse. When Langdon raised his eyes again to the veiled woman, the bodies at her feet had multiplied. There were hundreds of them now, maybe thousands, some still alive, writhing in agony, dying, unthinkable deaths, consumed by fire buried in feces devouring one another. He could hear the mournful cries of human suffering echoing across the water. The woman moved toward him holding out her slender hands.

As if beckoning for help, who are you, Langdon, again shouted in response, the woman reached up and slowly lifted, the veil from her face, she was strikingly beautiful and yet older than Langdon had imagined in her sixties, perhaps stately and strong, like a timeless statue, she had A sternly set jaw deep, soulful eyes and long silver-gray, hair that cascaded over her shoulders and ringlets. An amulet of lapis lazuli hung around her neck, a single snake coiled around a staff. Langdon sensed. He knew her and trusted her. But why she pointed now to a writhing pair of legs, which protruded upside down from the earth apparently belonging to some poor soul buried head first to his waist.

The man’s pale thigh bore a single letter. Written in the mud are, are Langdon, thought uncertain, as in Robert is that I, the woman’s face revealed nothing, seek and find the repeated without warning. She began radiating a white light brighter and brighter her entire body started vibrating intensely and then in a rush of thunder. She exploded into a thousand splintering shards of light Langdon bolted awake shouting the room was bright. He was alone the sharp smell of medicinal alcohol hung in the air and somewhere a machine pinged in quiet rhythm, with his heart Langdon tried to move his right arm, but a sharp pain restrained him.

He looked down and saw an iv tugging at the skin of his forearm, his pulse quickened and the machines kept pace pinging more rapidly. Where am I? What happened? The back of Langdon’s head throbbed, annoying pain, gingerly. He reached up with his free arm and touched his scalp trying to locate the source of his headache beneath his matted hair.

He found the hard nubs of a dozen or so stitches caked with dried blood. He closed his eyes, trying to remember an accident, but nothing a total blank.

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