Inferno by Mark Scioneaux
In the 14th century, Dante created the Christian concept of Hell. Through circles of unimaginable pain, sadness, and madness; Dante leads us on a journey that lives on today in popularity, just as it did at the time of its writing.
Mark C. Scioneaux (Bram Stoker Award Finalist) joins Dante and Virgil as they make their way through the various circles and terrain of Hell. Good and evil are confronted and explored, as are the current politics of Dante’s time and his dealings with his own personal demons. This epic journey will take you from the river Acheron, to the Woods of the Suicides, and finally to Satan himself as Dante searches for his beloved Beatrice with his ghostly guide.
This novel is a close translation of the epic poem, and is meant to be enjoyed as a companion to Dante’s original work.