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Of Honor and Love. The Mirror and the Mountain. Luke Aylen. The Searcher. Ray Dacolias. Loopa and the Earth Crocs. Avinash Sen. The Angel of Berlin. Red Haircrow. I loved it! Kim Paffenroth has done an amazing job translating the events of The Inferno into a novel speculating on the whereabouts of Dante. The main characters, Dante, Bogdana, Radovan, and Adam are very real without too much time having to be spent on development. You will either be able to relate to, or at least recognize them.
There is definitely a theological question here…. At times you will feel sorry for them, wonder if they feel pain or not and almost come to understand the zombies and their actions while being repulsed at the actions of the people throughout the story. The zombies have no choice but to succumb to their appetites, but what about man? May 21, Troy rated it it was amazing. Not sure why I hadn't read this sooner. Gruesome in parts, beautiful thought provoking prose in others, thoroughly enjoyed this reimagining of Dante's Inferno.
Highly recommended. Nov 05, Patrick D'Orazio rated it it was amazing. After hearing about this book coming out last year and then seeing an ad during the Superbowl for a new video game based on Dante's Inferno and an animated movie to go along with the game , I was kind of curious if Dante was getting some sort of revival.
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The video game, from my understanding, took some tremendous liberties with the original story, but Kim Paffenroth was far more subtle with the adjustments he made to create this wonderfully dark journey into hell on earth. Lately, there have be After hearing about this book coming out last year and then seeing an ad during the Superbowl for a new video game based on Dante's Inferno and an animated movie to go along with the game , I was kind of curious if Dante was getting some sort of revival.
Lately, there have been all sorts of "mash ups", where an author will take a classic piece of literature and modify it with the injection of different horror creations, such as zombies, demons, werewolves, and even sea monsters. That is not what we have here, since the author does not attempt to modify Dante's masterwork, but instead provides us, the reader, with a theory as to what journey he actually took when he was banished from his hometown of Florence that inspired Inferno. Given that there is a large gap in Dante's personal history, this story fits into the gap rather effectively.
The result is both a entertaining trip into an undead nightmare as well as an exploration of the deepest depths of human depravity.