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Sacrilege by S.J. Parris
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Feb 25, 2012

really liked it

I actually liked this, the third Bruno adventure, better than the the first two. Giordano Bruno, a name borrowed from history, comes across as a very human man, driven by his own fantasies as much as by reality. As a hero, Bruno pursues the truth and reaches an appropriate conclusion, but not without a bitter taste in his mouth. I was rooting for him, even when it became clear that he was hoodwinked. Justice is served, but not without a side of bitter herb.

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