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The virus has no cure , and even with future technology, changing the human genome back would be hazardous.
The human race, therefore, has been forced into a new age of self-understanding. Robert Langdon: A professor of symbology at Harvard University. Bertrand Zobrist: Sienna Brooks: She also worked for The Consortium. She helps Langdon find the virus Zobrist created, but her past relationship with Zobrist makes her loyalty to Langdon suspicious until the end of the novel. She was a loyal disciple of Zobrist until she reads his last letter and decides to get a hold of his new technology before it can fall into the wrong hands.
She uses The Consortium and Robert to follow the Map of Hell and get to ground zero before everyone else, but realizes that Zobrist had set off a futile search as he released his virus well beforehand. Elizabeth Sinskey: The Provost: The head of The Consortium. When he learns that he was helping Zobrist in a bioterrorist attack, he helps the World Health Organization find the weapon.
He is eventually arrested for his hand in the events. She falls to her death following a confrontation with Robert and Sienna in the Palazzo Vecchio. Marta Alvarez: She is pregnant with her first child. He succumbs to a heart attack prior to the events of the novel. Jonathan Ferris: He used fake eyebrows and a mustache to pretend to be Dr. Marconi at the beginning of the novel.
Ettore Vio: The curator of St. A tour guide of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul. Sony Pictures has dated a film adaptation to be released on October 14, , with Ron Howard as director, David Koepp adapting the screenplay, and Tom Hanks reprising his role as Robert Langdon.
Filming began on April 27, , in Venice, Italy, and wrapped up on July 21, Sony and Columbia Pictures has added a trio of international stars to the cast of Inferno , namely, Felicity Jones as Dr.
A woman arrives at the hospital; she is an agent of a secret organization of the Consortium. She is sent to finish with Langdon. Agent rushes into the chamber, but Siena has led Langdon out through the emergency exit. The agent shoots, but Langdon and Sienna have time to leave by taxi.
The chef of Consortium expects news. His organization arranges various falsifications, forms false public opinion, and hides clients from the law. At this time, he has contacted with the wrong client, thus destruction threatens the Consortium. However the client, who recently had threw off the Florentine tower, left clear instructions that the boss is going to perform. One of the instruction is on the appointed day to circulate on major television channels video where a masked man tells about the Inferno, and take away from the deposit box a bone cylinder.
However, the cylinder is kidnapped, and the chef sends an agent to rectify the situation. Siena brings professor home. Obviously, this girl is Siena. She shows Langdon capsule for the transport of dangerous substances, which has been sewn in the lining of his jacket. The professor calls to the US Consulate, and soon Siena sees the female agent through the window.
Langdon decided that the US government wants to kill him. For what? The answer can be in the container and the professor opens it. Inside is a cylinder of carved bone, turned into the mini-projector. They are from Support for surveillance and response, and they are also looking for Langdon.
Siena again saves the professor whom she likes more and more. A female agent tracks down Langdon from the roof of a nearby building, she learns that the Consortium dismissed her from work.
Frightened, she decides to rehabilitate and to complete the task. Since the puzzle in the picture is associated with Dante, Langdon decided to go to the Old Town of Florence, where the poet was born and raised.
The agent follows them. Langdon and Siena see that the gates of the Old Town are guarded by police pickets - obviously police are looking for them. They go in the vast gardens of Medici.
While they are trying to be found via a radio-controlled helicopter with a camera, Langdon realizes what is encrypted on the projection of the picture.
The tip points to a mural and a museum where it is set, is in the Old Town. Director of the World Health Organization epidemiologist Elizabeth Sinskaya recalls her meeting with the brilliant scientist-geneticist.
He predicted that the overpopulation of the planet would lead to the destruction of mankind, and believed that "human herd" is to be thinned out by a plague epidemic. Sinskaya understands that humanity will soon deplete the planet's resources, but cannot agree with the methods offered by the scientist. However, he is assured that the birth follows death, and to attain Paradise, a person has to go through hell.
Langdon and Siena are surrounded by police. But it is not possible to deceive the Consortium Agent - woman follows them closely. Langdon gets to the murals, where he is recognized by the museum caretaker. The End. His books are similarly easy to riff on, and Inferno is no exception. Namely: Repetitive plot, repetitive characters, the traitor, the global organization, the puzzle plot for no reason at all in this one seemingly , etc, etc.
See above formula. But the Langdon books in particular have their own special vocabulary.
Here is my point to counteract — or maybe encompass is the better word — the points above. Even if the above points are true, and I believe they are, they do not affect my enjoyment of the book. You read a Dan Brown novel to be carried along on a plot going the same exact speed of one of those fancy foreign high-speed trains. You read a Dan Brown book to see historical facts and famous pieces of art placed in new context, or maybe just to learn something.
You read it for the secrets and the conspiracies and the ridiculously high stakes the plot hinges on. You read it for the red herrings and the betrayals. You read it to be fucking entertained.