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Robert Langdon #4
by Dan Brown
Dan Brown’s best novel so far! Inferno had more twists than Deception Point. Just when you think you’ve figured out what’s going on, gravity reverses and dumps you on your head. Not only is Inferno well crafted and filled with suspense, it’s thought provoking and deals with one of today’s world concerns.
A groundbreaking scientist is out to save the world. Some call him Monster, for he is not trying to cure cancer or end world hunger; he is trying to save the human race from itself. He describes humanity as a rapidly multiplying parasite that will inevitably overwhelm its environment. When world leaders refuse to work with him to combat overpopulation, he takes things into his own hands.
Robert Langdon becomes wrapped up in a complicated race against time to stop a mad scientist from irrevocably changing the world.