1 hr ago
The Kansas City Star
Book review | Dan Brown returns with another page-turner, a Infernoa
It has been four years now since our last encounter with Robert Langdon, the be-tweeded hero who has Da Vinci'd and Demon-ed his way through three previous Dan Brown page-rippers. Brown's last book, "The Lost Symbol," came out in 2009, smack in the middle of Brown-mania - an era of "Da Vinci Code" European tour packages and Tom Hanks' second ... (more)
17 hrs ago
'Inferno' Has Huge Debut, But Below 'The Lost Symbol'
Dan Brown's Inferno posted a massive debut, selling 369,000 copies at outlets that report to Nielsen BookScan.
22 hrs ago
MMDA chief disappointed over portrayal of Manila in Inferno
The head of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority on Thursday challenged American author Dan Brown, who is his latest book called Manila as the 'gates of hell,' to explore the Philippines and experience the hospitality of the Filipinos.
Wed May 22, 2013
Book Review: Inferno doesn't quite go down in flamesa
In his most famous book, The Da Vinci Code , Dan Brown brought the renaissance artist back into fashion.
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How Our Brains Miss the Obvious
One of Leonardo Da Vinci's strangest paintings, "The Adoration of the Magi" was commissioned for the altar of the monastery of San Donato a Scopeto, near Florence, in 1481.
Dan Brown calls Manila 'gates of hell' in novel
While travel magazines have recently been citing the Philippines as a tropical paradise, American author Dan Brown seems to think otherwise based on his much-anticipated new novel.
Inferno author Dan Brown 'honoured' to be invited to join the Freemasons
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Tue May 21, 2013
Dan Brown to set book in Ireland?
The author of The Da Vinci Code was in the capital on Monday as part of the Dublin Writers Festival.
Cycling is turning me into an alcoholic
Britain's cities, says Jeremy Clarkson in The Sun, are in a state of civil war. On one side are cyclists, who think that "thanks to the environment and the polar bear", the roads are theirs.
Sun May 19, 2013
The Star Online
No chance for an Inferno
Hyped worldwid e: Dan Brown's Inferno was released with all sorts of gimmicks around the world last Tuesday; in Amsterdam, women dressed as 'plague doctors' presented the book at the Amsterdam Central Station.
Sat May 18, 2013
The Globe and Mail
Dan Brown's secret: He's our patron saint of secular spirituality
Two months ago, a bowl sold at auction for $2,225,000. It is an unremarkable bowl in some ways: Only five inches in diameter, to the untrained eye it looks like the kind of vessel that would contain lemon drops on a grandmother's coffee table.
Fri May 17, 2013
The Campbell Reporter
Critics label Dan Brown's 'Inferno' a clunky page-turner
Early reviews of Dan Brown's fast-paced fourth book in "The Da Vinci Code" series labeled it a "clunky" page-turner that will nevertheless delight his fans.
Thu May 16, 2013
VIDEO: Da Vinci Code author on writer's block
Dan Brown, the best-selling author of the Da Vinci Code and the Lost Symbol, is back with Inferno, a new tale about his fictional symbologist Robert Langdon.
Wed May 15, 2013
Christian Science Monitor
Dan Brown's 'Inferno' gets mixed reviews but tops sales charts
"Inferno," the novel by Dan Brown based around Dante's work of the same name, is publishing's newest blockbuster, boasting high sales despite mixed reviews.
The Daily Scene: May 15
In "The Da Vinci Code," Professor Robert Langdon takes on Opus Dei; and in "Angels and Demons," he's up against the Illuminati.
Tue May 14, 2013
A virtual evening with Dan Brown, plus more Wednesday in New Orleans
Dan Brown's only U.S. appearance to promote his new novel, 'Inferno,' will be live streamed at the Algiers Branch Library on Wednesday, May 15, 2013.
AUDIO: Is writer's block just 'old nonsense'?
The author Dan Brown, who wrote the Da Vinci Code, has a new book out today and has revealed his cure for writers block.
Authorial Abodes: Inside the 'Fortress of Gratitude' in Dan Brown's N.H. Home
Dan Brown went on The Today Show this morning to talk up his newest book, Inferno, and take Matt Lauer on a tour of his New Hampshire home.
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The people of Florence have seen tourism decline, following the downward trajectory of the global economy.
How Dante's 'Inferno' inspired Dan Brown's 'Inferno'
A decade ago, Dan Brown says, he got the idea for a novel that would use the Inferno, Dante's epic,14th-century poem envisioning the nine circles of Hell, as both "catalyst and inspiration." Yet he didn't want to follow The Da Vinci Code , his 2003 blockbuster, with "another Italian thriller.