Gabriel's InfernoMy rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book holds a special place in my heart because of its characters and its plot.

It was the right book at the right time, and I do hope that it will be the same for all its writers.

The characters are so well developed that you'll believe that you actually know them in real life; if you are looking for a journey with them, you've found the perfect book for you.

There are many universal themes in this story: becoming (and being) a parent, but also being a daughter/son; faith; redemption.

You'll find that you have many things in common not only with the main characters, but also with the literary characters so well presented in the book, although they lived many centuries ago.

But even if you think that books are just "well written, or badly written," as Oscar Wilde stated, this book is for you. SR's writing style is an art work. I'm Italian, but reading SR's work I forgot that I was reading in a foreign language: his prose is clear and perfectly polished. Every single word elicits a different feeling and you'll be surprised to smile, laugh, think and cry in the same page.

- Raum

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