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Upon attempted viewing of the mask, they find that it has disappeared and go to look at the security footage. The footage reveals that Langdon and Busoni had stolen the mask, prompting the museum guards to attempt the arrest of Sienna and Robert, who manage to escape. A man named Jonathan Ferris arrives who claims to be from the WHO World Health Organization and helps them evade the soldiers who have mysteriously located them again.
They escape to Venice, but unfortunately, Jonathan falls unconscious, and the soldiers capture Robert.
Luckily, Sienna can escape capture and disappears. The novel provides many twists and turns that will leave the reader curious and be itching for more.
The book is riddled with deceit and secrecy, with many shocks and surprises that will stun you. She was a loyal disciple of Zobrist until she reads his last letter and decides to get his new technology before it can fall into the wrong hands. She believes the World Health Organization will cooperate with other government agencies to use Zobrist's new virus for weapons.
She uses The Consortium and Langdon 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. Bertrand Zobrist: A transhumanist genius scientist who is obsessed with Dante's Inferno and a primary antagonist of titular novel.
He is intent on solving the world's overpopulation problem by releasing a virus. She became infertile after taking steroids to help with her childhood asthma attacks and as such is emotionally invested in Zobrist's method of controlling world population.
The Provost: The head of The Consortium. He tries to bring to fruition Zobrist's wishes by securing the location of the virus from Langdon and Sinskey and scheduling to release to the media a video Zobrist made before his death. When he learns that he was helping Zobrist in a bio-terrorist attack, he helps the World Health Organization to search for the weapon.
He is eventually arrested for his part in the events. Vayentha: The Consortium's agent in Florence who has orders to follow Langdon but is later disavowed after failing her mission. She falls to her death after a confrontation with Langdon and Brooks in the Palazzo Vecchio.
He used fake eyebrows and a mustache to act as Dr. Marconi in the beginning of the novel. She is pregnant with her first child. He succumbs to a heart attack prior to the events of the novel. Ettore Vio: The curator of St. Mark's basilica in Venice. Mirsat: A tour guide of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul.
Marketing[ edit ] Brown released the book's title on his website on January 15, ,  after prompting readers to help reveal a digital mosaic using social media posts,  and revealed the cover in late February Transworld publishers, the official UK publisher of Dan Brown books, have also released the official book trailer through YouTube and others.
The publishers hired a team of 11 translators who worked on the project at the headquarters of Mondadori in Milan between February and April They were reportedly sequestered in a basement, and worked intensively under strict security and secrecy. It has been also translated into Persian by Afraz Publication, 3 months after first publishing.
Main article: Inferno film Sony Pictures announced a film adaptation would be released on October 14, ,  with Ron Howard as director, David Koepp adapting the screenplay and Tom Hanks reprising his role as Robert Langdon. Criticism[ edit ] The novel received backlash from Filipinos  after a female character named Sienna Brooks, who narrated through her flashbacks how she was raped in a Manila slum after volunteering in a humanitarian mission in the Philippines , described the capital as "the gates of hell".
The New York Times praised the book as being "jampacked with tricks" and said that Langdon is on "one of those book-length scavenger hunts that Mr.
Brown creates so energetically. James Kidd of The Independent panned Brown's awkward prose but expressed approval of the book's plot, writing: "Brown's fusion of gothic hyperbole with a pedant's tour-guide deliberately restrains the imagination through its awkward awfulness.
He manages to keep the reader glued. However, they find that Florentine police officers and Carabinieri officers have sealed the bridges and are searching for them.
The mysterious soldiers appear again. Robert realizes that he is retracing his steps from the previous night. They look at security footage and see Robert himself and Ignazio stealing the mask. The museum guards turn on Robert and Sienna.
Robert and Sienna escape the guards, but the soldiers arrive. They follow the riddle to Venice , where Jonathan suddenly falls unconscious. Robert is captured by the black soldiers, while Sienna escapes. Robert is taken to Elizabeth Sinskey , the director-general of the WHO, and receives an extensive explanation of what is happening: Zobrist, who committed suicide the week before, was a mad scientist and Dante fanatic who engineered a new strain of the Black Death to cleanse the world of overpopulation.
However, Robert stopped calling in after meeting with Marta and Ignazio, and the WHO feared he betrayed them and was working with Zobrist to unleash the plague.
Zobrist had paid a shadowy consulting group called The Consortium to protect the cylinder until a certain date. When Elizabeth took it away, they were obligated to protect whatever the bone cylinder pointed to. They gave Robert drugs to erase his short-term memory, created a fake head wound, and staged every event up to this point so that Robert would desperately solve them.
The leader of The Consortium, having become aware of the bioterrorism plot, has agreed to cooperate with the WHO. Sienna goes rogue and The Consortium realizes she was a secret supporter of Zobrist. She learned where the plague is being kept after Robert solved the riddle, and resolves to unleash it manually.
At the Hagia Sophia , Robert and the others learn that the plague is in the Cistern, but discover that Sienna is already there. The bag that holds the plague has been broken, infecting all the tourists inside. The leader of The Consortium tries to escape WHO custody with help from disguised underlings, but is caught later by Turkish police. It is implied that The Consortium will be investigated and ruined.
Sienna receives amnesty in exchange for working with the WHO to address the crisis, since she is a medical doctor and transhumanist writer.
The virus employs DNA modification to cause infertility in one-third of humans. 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: