Inferno (Robert Langdon) - Chapters 80-86 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 80, Langdon struggled to come to terms with the information the provost gave him about Sienna. The provost had told Langdon it was Sienna who had referred Zobrist to the Consortium as a client. The provost had agreed because he trusted Sienna. For that year they had been protecting Zobrist, unaware that he was working on some sort of deadly plague.

It was when Zobrist rented a safe deposit box for the Faraday pointer that he was tagged by facial recognition technology despite the disguise that he wore. After WHO was contacted they found his safe house and discovered he had “created some kind of highly contagious pathogen and hidden it somewhere else” (433). They tried to locate him. When they finally got sight of him, he went to the Badia tower and jumped. Sinskey said Sienna had also been tracking the movements...

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