An eBook with an audio version for discovering Florence, Italy, in the footsteps of Robert Langdon.
Places included: Badia Fiorentina, Torregalli Florence Hospital, Boboli Gardens, Ponte Vecchio, Palazzo Vecchio, Dante’s House, Dante’s Church, and Santa Maria Novella Train Station.
You will find below a number of interesting books, including other novels by Dan Brown, books and guides about Florence, books about mystery and symbolism, and books by or about Dante Alighieri.
You can find both books and eBooks, including inexpensive and free editions.
Clicking on the link will take you to the Amazon.com website, where you can often find several formats of the same book.
by Marco Vichi
Florence, summer 1963. Inspector Bordelli is one of the few policemen left in the deserted city…
by Sarah Dunant
A mysterious and sensual story with razor-sharp teeth.
by Magdalene Nabb
A Marshal Guarnaccia Investigation.
by Michael Dibdin
Florence,1855. A tale lush with period detail, intricately plotted, and with a truly astonishing final twist.
by Robert Hellenga
In 1966, 29-year-old Margot heads off to Florence, intent on doing her bit to protect its precious books from the great floods, and equally intent on adventure.
by W. D. Howells
One of the most charming and memorable romantic comedies in American literature.
by Henry James
One of author Henry James’ most popular novels, and is often considered a masterpiece of British fiction.
by Jane Langton
Langton creates a love song to the architectural and cultural richness of Florence as she centers her plot around the pope’s visit to a Florentine cathedral.
by Christopher Hibbert
This enthralling book charts the family’s huge influence on Florence. Beginning with the rise of the dynasty, it moves through their golden era…
by Damien Peters
by Giorgio Vasari
An excellent translation of the most important book by Giorgio Vasari, founder of the modern critical research.
by Ross King
An engrossing tale from the political intrigue, personal jealousies, dramatic setbacks, and sheer inventive brilliance that led Filippo seeing his dome completed.
by Richard Fremantle
One of the best reference books available on Florentine art and the Medici.
by Benvenuto Cellini
The life of the great artist that made the Perseus.
by Alessandro Cecchi and Paola Pacetti
A richly illustrated edition.
by Monica Fintoni
A colorful and entertaining survival kit for teenagers visiting in Florence.
by C. R. Ciarlo
This series represents a completely new way of documenting art.
by R.W.B. Lewis
A new look at the glories of Florence, the Tuscan city which has been a prime source for Western culture.
by Dante Alighieri
with commentary by American professor Allen Mandelbaum, a popular modern rendition which includes forty-two Botticelli‘s illustrations.
by Dante Alighieri
with commentary by American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, a classic edition.
Each of Botticelli’s canto sheets illustrated in superb color, faced by a commentary and eight essays on Botticelli, the Medici, and the Divine Comedy.
by Virginia Jewiss
A lovely, illustrated version of Inferno for kids.
by Charles Williams
A book outstanding for the sympathetic enthusiasm and clarity that the author has in writing about the love between Dante and Beatrice and Dante’s work in general.
A Comprehensive Dictionary that lists approximately 5000 such topics and then graphically identifies symbols for them.
by Hans Biedermann
It defines symbols not only as visual icons but also as biblical, classical, and mythological figures.
by J. C. Cooper
With over 200 illustrations and lively, informative and often ironic texts.
by The Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism
by Kristen Elise
When her Nobel laureate husband is murdered, biologist Katrina Stone can no longer ignore the secrecy that increasingly pervaded his behavior in recent weeks.