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The Kingdom of Light

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Book Summary of The Kingdom of Light

Italy, August 1300. On the banks of the river Arno, a war galley is found with the entire crew dead inside. Dante Alighieri, Prior to the City, suspects poison but the only clue is a mysterious mechanical device. Dante suspects that the damaged device is the work of al-Jazari, the legendary Persian inventor. But others are also after the instrument and will stop at nothing to lay their hands on it...

When Dante returns to Florence to work on his magnum opus, the Divine Comedy, he discovers that the renegade monk, Brinando, is stirring up trouble and recruiting Florentines for a new crusade to liberate the Holy Land. Is this disturbing new development somehow linked to the deaths of the galley crew?



About the Author

Giulio Leoni is a professor of Italian literature and history. He lives in Rome with his family.

Details of Book: The Kingdom of Light (BSID:3309)

Book The Kingdom of Light
Author Giulio Leoni, Shaun Whiteside
ISBN 0099516462
ISBN-13 9780099516460, 978-0099516460
Binding Paperback
Publisher Random House Group
Publishing Date 20101104
Number of Pages 416
Language English
Dimensions 7.8 x 5.08 x 1.02 inches
Weight 282 grams

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Elerwen November 26, 2011 review from Goodreads

non ce la faccio, davvero. Chissà cosa mi aspettavo quando ho comprato questo libro! Dante: il peggior investigatore della storia. un personaggio che non riesce ad appassionare il lettore.sconsigliato davvero!!!

Nikki March 08, 2010 review from Goodreads

I quite liked it, but at the same time, I found the plot quite hard to follow. I'm not really sure of the quality of the translation, either; that might have helped with making it hard to follow. Also, not that this is really mentioned anywhere on or in the book, but apparently it's part of a ser...

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