Inferno

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Inferno By Dan Brown (2013)

This is my first time reading Dan Brown’s book, although a few years I did watch the movie Da Vinci Code. His plot is much more complicated, with lots of twist, science and its not yet easy to guess the plot even coming three quarter of the book.

A billionaire geneticist named Bertrand Zobrist created a vector virus to alter about 1/3 of the earth’s population DNA to render them sterile. The virus attacked human fertility so as to control the world’s overpopulation issue and limited resources.

Robert Langdon, an American university professor was tasked to help to find the virus before it goes out of hand. However all was too late. In the end, it seem that several individuals agree that it may not be a bad thing after all.

The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis. This means “In dangerous times, there is no sin greater than inaction.”

 

 

 

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