So this is the second time I’m writing this review. Anyways on with the review!
Robert Langdon wakes up in a hospital with no memory of where he is or how he got there. However, Robert doesn’t have long to ask his doctor Sienna Brooks any questions because not long after he comes to a female assassin, Vayentha, arrives with Langdon as her target. After having to flee the hospital with Sienna they are swept away in a mystery that the only person who could solve the all the puzzles is Langdon and if he doesn’t it could mean the human race is in grave danger. What is the danger? A plague created by scientist Bertrand Zobrist.
I absolutely loved this book just like I have loved the other three books in the Robert Langdon Series. I wanted to read this book before I watched the movie but for me the movie was a big disappointment for me but on the bright side if you didn’t like the movie then read the book and you will probably like the book a lot more. The other thing that was interesting for me was that I actually had to book up place and art work mentioned in this book which I didn’t have to do with the other three. I definitely can’t wait till an illustrated edition comes out so that I can get it to match the other three illustrated editions I have for the rest of the books.
I’m sorry that this review isn’t as good as the first one I posted because its been a couple months since I read this book and I don’t know what happened to the original review for this book.