I enjoyed reading the latest thriller by Dan Brown – Inferno. I have always been a fan of his books, they seem to have the right amount of humor, history and suspense to keep the pages turning till the very end.
Inferno has all of Dan Brown’s signature elements – the good guys, the bad guys and Professor Robert Langdon caught in the middle of it all having no idea how he got there, a memorable trip down history lane in the streets of Florence, Dante’s Inferno and his macabre visions of hell described in gory vivid detail, all culminating in a mad dash to the finish line to save the world from destruction. My favorite quote from the book though is an old adage Langdon reflects on, “from early Grecian free divers who hunted lobsters in the coral caves of the Aegean Islands” –
“When swimming into a dark tunnel, there arrives a point of no return when you no longer have enough breath to double back. Your only choice is to swim forward into the unknown … and pray for an exit.” – Inferno by Dan Brown.
Sometimes life is just like this. You have no idea what lays ahead or what the future has planned for us. All we can do is take a leap of faith and pray for an exit.
(via Dan Brown’s Inferno amazon.com)