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Being familiar with the story from Dantes works one would rely on refreshing storytelling and word choice to tell this magnificent story again. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ruddy
A friar, a poet, a Templar and a seer decide to enter Hell to save the world from damnation and pestilence. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Elaina J Davidson
Having read the Divine Comedy, there was a lot in this book I was familiar with. The writing style is good, the plot is interesting, and it's definitely worth a read.Published 14 months ago by E. A. Boyter
Allegorical tale that is very readable. Recommended for most readers.Published 17 months ago by wws2
Great reading. Keeps you wanting more with each twist and turn.Published 17 months ago by Martha L. Greene
A very good book for those who enjoy religious adventure. Well written and very accurate to the writings of the ancient scholars.Published 18 months ago by sheila
An impressive narrative into the quest for the holy grail. A delightful story based on events passed down through the ages.Published 19 months ago by Gammy
Was a free book which I picked up on a whim. Turned out great. A lot of Dante and biblical references. If you are familiar with those, this is an awesome read. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Pacificboya