Inside Dan Brown's Inferno: The Secret Pi

Dan Brown's latest book Inferno is due out on the 14th of May, 2013. And as is usual with Mr. Brown, he can't resist having a bit of fun by hiding secrets and codes about the place for those willing enough to seek them out (such as the very intelligent visitors and commenters on this website), well in advance of the book's release. As you can see from the video above, one of those appears to be that the publication date of the book (5.14.13) was chosen for a very specific reason: when flipped/read right to left it gives the first five digits of pi (3.1415).

To learn more about the mysteries, history and locations that Dan Brown will likely be exploring in Inferno, be sure to download a copy of Inside Dan Brown's Inferno from the Kindle store (just $2.99!). Using some of these hidden clues that Dan Brown has left about 'for those with eyes to see', the book is an excellent primer that fills you in on the background information behind Inferno to allow you to enjoy the book to its fullest.

Click on the cover below to go get a copy:

Inside Dan Brown's Inferno

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UDbmas wrote 1 year 34 weeks ago

book

Any chance this will be out in print form?

Greg wrote 1 year 34 weeks ago

No time

Not the pre-publication version - there's only around 80 days until Inferno is released, so not really enough time and likely sales to justify a print release. I may do a post-version in print form.

Remember you don't need a Kindle to read Kindle books - the software can be downloaded to your computer, iPad etc.

UDbmas wrote 1 year 34 weeks ago

got it

I am enjoying it! One idea: the Toledo coat of arms my be for Cosimo I di Medici's wife/consort Eleanora di Toledo.
The room there is the "Room of Gualdrada"
Also, I think I may have a hit on a possible Voynich link: http://www.digital-images.net/Images/Florence/PalazzoVecchio/Stipo_Ebony...
The medallion at the top looks like voynich,

And if you need a Templar link: Friday 13, 1307

Greg wrote 1 year 34 weeks ago

Eyes to see!

UDbmas wrote:
I am enjoying it! One idea: the Toledo coat of arms my be for Cosimo I di Medici's wife/consort Eleanora di Toledo.
The room there is the "Room of Gualdrada"

Oh you are a smart one - will have to include that information in the next edit. Thanks!

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Also, I think I may have a hit on a possible Voynich link: http://www.digital-images.net/Images/Florence/PalazzoVecchio/Stipo_Ebony_Lapis_PietreDure_Apt_ofElements_5477M.jpg

Very interesting! You should be in the spy business, you're that good...

Hawkeyepearce wrote 1 year 33 weeks ago

Thanks for the great "Inside Dan Brown's Inferno" book

Everyone should read this book to ready for the New Dan Brown Book. Very informative. I hope you will do an updated copy after Inferno is published.

Hawkeye

Greg wrote 1 year 32 weeks ago

Thanks!

Hawkeyepearce wrote:
Everyone should read this book to ready for the New Dan Brown Book. Very informative. I hope you will do an updated copy after Inferno is published.

Hawkeye

Thanks for the kind comments! Will definitely look to do an updated version post-publication of Inferno.

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