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Holy relics are disappearing from sacred spots around the world—and the Vatican matilfe do whatever it takes to stop the thieves from stealing what is left of the scattered splinters of the True Cross.
She specializes in ancient manuscripts and research, and therefore she’s stunned when her superiors need her expertise in a new assignment – identifying unusual tattoos on the corpse of a dead Ethiopian. This book is a delightful historical fantasy.
Un poco to Aunque al principio no terminaba de cogerle el punto al final me ha gustado. I gave this a three star because of a very weak translation. Other reviewers have praised this book for the fact that it’s a romantic quest for paradise with emotional sophistication my words rather than an investigation of baddies.
The Last Cato
Overall, I found this to be a B-level thriller, not on a level with The DaVinci Code, in which interest was better sustained for the duration. Given only the sparest of details about the events surrounding the Ethiopian man’s death, Ottavia is ordered to discover the origins of and meaning cxton the strange tattoos.
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There are improbable protagonists who speak particularly improbably. It ended like it should. Personally relevant and cheap! I have absolutely no interest in The Da Vinci Code or any books of that sort, but I picked this up for two reasons: The markings, symbolizing the Seven Deadly Sins, are part of an elaborate initiation ritual for the Staurofilakes, the clandestine brotherhood hiding the True Cross for centuries, headed by a secretive figure called Cato.
Recomendo a quem gosta de thriller religioso! She has more than 20 million readers worldwide and has become the reference of quality bests-sellers in Spanish language. Ottavia Salina is called upon by the highest levels of the Roman Catholic Church to decipher the scars found on an Ethiopian man’s corpse: So, it wasn’t a waste of time at all, but in the near future meaning the next few years I’m not picking up another book by this author.
I really didn’t like the ending at all – found it too ridiculous and silly and it ruined the book for me. Once in the mode of interpreting Dante as a roadmap to solving seven deadly puzzles, I found the book to become a bit boring.
Nada que no mes esperase, es un Bestseller sin el nombre de Stephen King en la portada. There maitlde already been several rather lousy works matildde on Dante’s Inferno, and this adds to that list. Though well- researched and densely plotted, the story telling itself lags sometimes. I was concerned that I’d go through all pages and be disgusted by the ending, as I was recently with Edgar Sawtelle, but that wasn’t the case here. Una lectura muy recomendada.
To ask other readers questions about The Last Catoplease sign up. Oct 19, Paul Pessolano rated it really liked it. Vatican nun, papal guard, Middle Eastern man search secret sect. Apr 10, Beth Cato rated it really liked it Shelves: Open Preview See a Problem? Sep 08, Lowed rated it liked it.
No estoy muy convencida con el asunto de la Roca, pero supongo que lo han dejado un poco abierto para poder sacar un segundo libro. Apr 26, M M rated it did not like it. The search leads them to seven cities in Europe and Asia and that they must pass through seven tests that are both dangerous and harrowing.
Misterio, sociedades secretas, una obra de la cultura universal La Divina Comedia como manual para descifrar la clave Once it got going, I was completely snared. Books by Matilde Asensi.
Her books, of an indubitable quality and proven historical aasensi Matilde Asensi born in Alicante, Spain is a Spanish journalist and writer, who specializes mainly in historical thrillers. Lots of historic facts “hammered” into acton story, lots of humoristic attempts that didn’t work for me, all of this marilde a first person narrative, namely Ottavia, who never convinced me as a character – as well as Farag “too good to be true” Boswell.
Jun 28, Harriet rated it really liked it. There’s a nun working in the Vatican archives and there’s a Swiss Guard and a Coptic polyglot archaeologist, and the three of them are tasked with the investigation into a dead body found decorated with strange symbols and crosses. I am not going to lie though Aug 25, Ana M. And it’s hard for me to say this, because Asensi’s writing has more quality than Brown’s the construction of phrases, the richness of vocabularyassnsi the truth is I never felt engrossed by the book – and that made its reading lukewarm and emotionless, ruining all the rest for me.
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Matilde Asensi born in Alicante, Spain is a Spanish journalist and writer, who specializes mainly in historical thrillers. Salina uncovers the connection between the brotherhood and Dante’s Divine Comedyand races across the globe to Christianity’s ancient capitals. To complicate things more, the dead man was carrying along bits of the True Cross – the one Jesus died upon – and bears scarification that suggests a long-lost religious order may not be lost after all.
However, it’s symptomatic that Brown has millions of readers all over the world and Asensi is virtually unkonwn outside Spain or the Iberian Peninsula. Al final hasta me ha gustado!! As other churches around the world reel from the theft of uotimo fragments ultio the Cross, Ottavia and the others rush to join this hidden order so they can stop the pilfering and confront the enigmatic leader of the group, Cato.
When the body of an Ethiopian man covered with tattoos of crosses and Greek letters is discovered, the Vatican summons Dr.
However, the book depended too much on slapstick, silly humor and cheezy romance to gel things together. Ok ok ok I enjoyed this book much more than my rating would indicate. I was a bit turned off when the main character, a nun, matiode in love.