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    A great addition to the Gabriel's Inferno series

    It has been so long since I've read the original three books, but when I picked this up, it was as if I'd never left their world. With every paragraph more and more came back to me. This wasn't my favorite book in the series, but it gave me a lot that we were missing before! Although this book wasn't my favorite, I loved so many things about it. I absolutely loved the sense of family in this book. There were so many rocky parts to Gabriel and Julia's relationship with their families, that it was so heartwarming to see everyone together so much. We got to spend a few different holidays, and the birth of the beautiful Clare. Bringing in Katherine and Rebecca, who also were like family, it was so great! Speaking of Clare, my absolutely favorite part of this book was Gabriel's devotion to Clare. He was the perfect father, the father that we'd hoped he'd be, and the father that he feared he wouldn't be. Per the usual, Gabriel was equally devoted to Julia. Seeing him be the perfect father was everything I had ever wanted for him. The amount of love that Julia and Gabriel have for each other is definitely a love of the century. Their referral to Julia being Gabriel's Beatrice was something special too. I have loved learning more about Dante and Beatrice through these books and we got to see a lot more of those references in this one. I am not familiar at all with Dante and his work, so I really appreciated the explanation and stories that were told. It really made things click for me, much more so than before. Just like the others, there were so many layers to this story. From the family problems, to a crazy stalker, to drama in the Dante teaching world. I was on my toes all of the time, and par for the course, we still didn't get all of our answers. I really hope that she continues this journey for us!

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