Inferno

eAudio - unabridged
Audio (5.73 hours)
Product Number: Z100098612
Released: Jun 16, 2015
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781481552141
Narrator/s: Tom Weiner
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Description

An unearthly voice hisses unholy welcome, and the late, great Allen Carpentier begins his one-way journey into the dim nether regions where flame-colored demons wield diabolically sharp pitchforks and tormented vixens reign forever in a pond of sheet ice. Here, in this land of torment and terror, he discovers the amazing truth of the ultimate adventure that lies beyond the grave. After being thrown out of the window of his luxury apartment, science fiction writer Allen Carpentier wakes to find himself at the gates of Hell. Feeling he's landed in a great opportunity for a book, he attempts to follow Dante's road map. Determined to meet Satan himself, Carpentier treks through the nine circles of Hell, led by Benito Mussolini, and encounters countless mental and physical tortures. As he struggles to escape, he's taken through new, puzzling, and outlandish versions of sin recast for the present day.

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Series: Inferno Series No: 1
Genre: Sci Fi
Original Publish Date: Dec 02, 2008

All formats/editions

CD
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Narrator(s): Tom Weiner
Series:
Genre: Sci Fi
Product Number DD5592
Released: Jan 01, 2013
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781433259074
eBook
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Series:
Genre: Fantasy
Product Number EB00108399
Released: Oct 28, 2013
Business Term: 2 Year
ISBN: #9781429933452

Professional reviews

"Alan Carpentier, science fiction writer, takes a dive out of a window at a convention and ends up at the gates of hell. Following Dante's lead, and guided by Mussolini, he sets out to travel the circle of hell on a quest to find a way out. Tom Weiner adopts a gruff, cocky, and impatient manner for Carpentier. His strong pace is effective in depicting Carpentier's arrogance and the extent to which that arrogance is modulated as he moves through his journey and develops a fondness for Mussolini. The residents of hell whom Carpentier encounters illustrate various sins relevant to the twentieth century. Weiner relies on a range of expressive accents in portraying them. J.E.M. (c) AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine"

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