Reading Inferno by Dan Brown.
June 21, 2016 8:03pm CST
Ever since I became a widow, many books I want to read depend on whether people I know have them. Books are way too expensive for me to buy. The day I stayed at my daughter´s house, I checked my 12 year old grandson´s bookshelves. Sure enough, there were mainly those sagas I did not want to read. But almost hidden I noticed a book that was not for his age. It was Inferno, by Dan Brown. I got it and asked my daughter where had Vicente got that book. She didn´t know what it was and thought that his father had bought it foe him. I said I would confiscate it for 2 reasons. First, because it was a grown up´s book. And last but not least, because I wanted to read it. So here I am. And when I told Claudia a bit about what it was about, we decided to take the real Inferno, Dante´s Inferno, to our vacation together. I read it a long time ago and went to a seminar about it. It is time to refresh my knowledge. I know that Dan Brown´s book will probably be just a bestseller, but he is a good seller book writer. So I have literature for my vacation.
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• Winston Salem, North Carolina
22 Jun 16
I read Inferno a couple of months ago. It's a page turner! I didn't buy the book but borrowed it from the library. In fact I didn't actually read it, but listened to an audio version while working on household chores.
22 Jun 16
good reason for confiscation .Inferno by Dan Brown has been recommended By@Lady Duck too. I should read it soon. I buy a lot of books from an online secondhand books site. They are not second hand or spoiled and dirty but actually 'not sold' stock.The owner is very nice and also searches for books on my list.