Bestselling author of The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons, Dan Brown, will be making an exclusive appearance in Ireland for the 2013 Dublin Writers Festival. Brown will be discussing his latest novel, Inferno, set in Italy and centred around one of history’s most enduring masterpieces: Dante’s Inferno.
Angels & Demons might have introduced Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon to the world, but for many readers it all started with a murder in the Louvre. That incident, which kick-starts the plot of The Da Vinci Code, introduced millions of readers to Dan Brown’s intoxicating brand of thriller and turned him overnight into one of the most popular writers in the world. Brown’s follow-up, The Lost Symbol– set in the hidden chambers, temples and tunnels of Washington DC – was another global best-seller, but since 2009 fans have been waiting to find out what Langdon will do next.
Now Langdon is back, and so – for one night only – is his author, making an exclusive appearance in Ireland at the Dublin Writers Festival. Brown is here to talk about his new novel, Inferno, set in Italy and centred around one of history’s most enduring masterpieces: Dante’s Inferno. Seamlessly interweaving all the classic Brown ingredients of mysterious cyphers, breathless adventure, scholarly intrigue and a plot that seizes the reader by the throat. Packed with all the classic Brown ingredients, Inferno is the publishing event of the year. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to hear one of the biggest authors in the world share the secrets of his work.