I did not get to finish my last book as I had to return it before I flew abroad.
Currently, I am reading ‘Inferno’ by Dan Brown. I chose this book because it is a continuation of Dan Brown’s Robert Langdon series. I have enjoyed all three previous works in this series thus far so I decided that this book would be worthwhile to read.
The book is action packed from the very first pages with the main character being shot at almost instantly after waking up. The story begins with Robert Langdon, a Harvard professor, who is a specialist in symbology, waking up in a Florentine hospital with a mild case of amnesia. From then on a wild, yet sensible adventure begins.
A major theory that appears in ‘Inferno’ is Transhumanism, with the main antagonist being a transhumanist seeking to end the world’s overpopulation problem.
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