- — Paulo Coelho (@paulocoelho)Fri, May 24 2013 21:38:48My tweet to filipinos: another author, I am sure unintentionally, described Manilla as "the gates of hell" in his new&successful book
- — Kat De Castro⭐♎ (@KatDeCastro)Fri, May 24 2013 12:51:44I love my country. I know it's not perfect. But I just feel we can do better. May Dan Brown's "Inferno" be a wake up call for Manila.
- — Slater Young (@thatguySLATER)Sat, May 25 2013 00:20:14Dan Brown is very much out of line in referring to Manila as 'the gates of hell' in his book. Terribly disrespectful to Filipinos.
- — Elle Viajera (@elleviajera)Sat, May 25 2013 10:50:31I wonder if Dan Brown has had a 1st-hand experience to be in the "gates of hell" or had just watched it from the scenes in a Bourne movie.
- — junsabayton (@junsabayton)Thu, May 23 2013 03:55:17Sensitive talaga nating mga Pinoy lalo na sa sinulat ni Dan Brown eh kung laitin natin kapwa natin lalo na si Nancy kala mo mga tisay tayo
- — Jerome (@shitakeonice)Sat, May 25 2013 10:42:43Good job dan brown for making fun of the philippines. All of the butthurt filipinos tweeting abt your book offending them = free publicity
- — Nino Jay Maravilla (@njaytOOt)Fri, May 24 2013 23:52:06Other Filipinos should understand that Dan Brown's Inferno is a work of FICTION. Your anger and resentment is misplaced and uncalled for.
Dan Brown's Inferno- Manila is "The Gates of Hell"?