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Robert Langdon wakes up in a Florentine hospital, with no memory of how he got there; Langdon lasts remembers being in Massachussets. Right off the bat, Langdon and his attractive doctor are attacked by a secret underground association, and then the Florence Police. Following a series of clues left long ago by a sinister villain, the pair begin to discover what happened during the time Langdon couldn't remember and halting a plot meant to stop overpopulation.
I liked this book, but it wasn't as good as the other two books in the Robert Langdon series. This wasn't as fast paced as the others, and I expected it to be, so I was rather disappointed. The book was also more confusing and harder to follow than the other two books, I think.
I think this book would have been better if Dan Brown had cut off some of the more unnecessary scenes to make way for the thrilling, mind-twisting mystery that we have come to expect from Dan Brown.
Overall, I liked the story, but it could have been more exciting.