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Book Review: Dante's Journey by Jc Marino

, by Mystee


Book Description

A flash of light and Detective Joe Dante steps through. No longer on the cobblestone streets of 1961 Boston, Joe finds himself in a horrifying new world-Hell itself. Joe was in hot pursuit of his family's killer, drug lord Filippo Argenti, when both were killed, and isn't about to let a little thing like death slow him down. So, with a healthy dose of New England stubbornness and the help of a mysterious guide, Virgil DiMini, Joe must evade angry demons, and search ever-lower through the rings of the original Dante's Inferno in hopes of finding justice for his wife and children. However, Joe will soon discover that behind every sin lies a secret and each secret revealed could land Joe in an eternity of hot water... VERY hot.

Product Details

  • Paperback: 368 pages
  • Publisher: Star Publish (February 22, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1935188097
  • ISBN-13: 978-1935188094

Rating: 5/5

Review: First I will start by saying that I absolutely loved this book. Although I had to put it down several times while reading it, I sure didn't want to.
As a warning to those who don't like skipping around from a time period {so to speak} to another one, this book does just that. From Dante's life, to his *dead* time.
Dante is a detective. He has a family he loves, brothers on the force he trusts and works with, close friends he works with. His oldest daughter dies of a coke overdose and he wants to take down those who helped her get the drugs.
This book shows Dante's character as a husband and father, he need for justice and what happens when the truth isn't what you think it was. What happens when those you trust betray you?
Dante's Journey tells you the story of how Dante came to be in hell in parts. You'll journey with him through the layers of hell. All of which are very well described and easy to picture in your mind. You'll also learn what happened to his daughter, who betrayed him, how he finds everything out and what you can learn about yourself when you have to.
Although this book does skip from time to time, it's not difficult to follow at all. A must have pickup for all readers.


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