Inferno

By Julie Kagawa

Inferno

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Inferno

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WE STRIKE BACK TODAY. WE WILL NEVER ACCEPT THEY NEW WORLD WE SHOW TALON THAT. Ember Hill has learned about herself a shocking truth: she is the blood of the Elder Wyrm, the ancient dragon who leads Talon and who is on the brink of world domination. With St. George's Order destroyed, Ember, R... iley, and Garret traveled to the Amazon jungle in search of one who might hold the key to taking the Elder Wyrm and Talon down—if they could survive the encounter. Ember's brother, Dante, will meanwhile travel to China with a message for the last Eastern dragons: join Talon or die. With the stakes rising and the Elder Wyrm declaring war, the rogues and any dragon not allied with Talon are running out of time. The final battle is drawing near. And if Talon triumphs, then the world will burn.

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Through me you go into a city of weeping; through me you go into eternal pain; through me you go amongst the lost people

And following its path, we took no care
To rest, but climbed: he first, then I-- so far,
Through a round aperture I saw appear
Some of the beautiful things that Heaven bears,
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Reviews of Inferno

Dante’s nightmare vision becomes the book’s visual correlative for what its scientific calculations suggest.

...It made art and poetry seem glamorous, and mixed them with luxury tourism and scenic chases. It spoke with the seductive urgency of a good-looking someone telling you a brainy secret.

It felt like watching a long-awaited, much-touted extreme martial arts match end in a tie. At least I learned something about Dante, Florence, and the H+ movement—and it was more fun than a typical history lesson.

The pages fly by. Only lunatics would begrudge the blockbusting bard's determination to popularise great Italian poetry.

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