OSWEGO, NY – Join the exciting live stream event May 15 at 7:30 p.m. to hear Dan Brown talk about his new novel Inferno, science, religion, codes, symbols, book publishing, movie making, and a few surprise topics.
This evening from Lincoln Center will be his only public appearance in the United States.
The Erik & Emily Cole Community Room at the Oswego Public Library, 120 E. Second St., is available for community and non-profit groups.
You can access it from the main library by going down to the bottom of the stairs or taking the elevator all the way down to L2.
Inferno, featuring the return of renowned Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon, is set in Italy and centers on one of history’s most enduring and mysterious literary masterpieces, Dante’s Inferno.
It will be published simultaneously in the U.S. and Canada and also be available as a Random House Audio and ebook.
“Although I studied Dante’s Inferno as a student, it wasn’t until recently, while researching in Florence, that I came to appreciate the enduring influence of Dante’s work on the modern world,” said Brown. “With this new novel, I am excited to take readers on a journey deep into this mysterious realm; a landscape of codes, symbols, and more than a few secret passageways.”
Brown’s longtime editor, Jason Kaufman, Vice President and Executive Editor at Doubleday said, “When we turn the first page of a new Dan Brown novel, we step into a world that seamlessly infuses fascinating history, art, symbols and puzzles. This is Dan’s unique ability. In Inferno, we have the added excitement of following Robert Langdon back to the heart of Europe, where he becomes entwined in a mystery that has global ramifications.tied to the ominous and truly mesmerizing details of Dante’s masterful work.”
The Da Vinci Code, published by Doubleday on March 18, 2003, spent 144 weeks on The New York Times Hardcover Fiction bestseller list, 54 of them at #1 – the position at which it debuted. The novel has been translated into 51 languages.
The Da Vinci Code is the bestselling adult hardcover of all time with 81 million copies in print worldwide. It is also one of the top ten most read books in the world along with The Bible, Harry Potter and Gone with the Wind.”
— from the Publisher’s Press Release