Imprimatur




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Rita Monaldi majored in classical philology and specialized in the history of religions She is an Italian journalist who, in collaboration with her husband, Francesco Sorti, wrote a series of literary historical books called Imprimatur, Secretum and Veritas They both live with their two young children in Vienna.All the book titles of the series will create the sentence Imprimatur secretum, veritas mysterium Unicum The authors translate this as follows Even when a secret is printed, the truth is always a mystery It remains only The authors are keeping secret the titles of the final two volumes.

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  • Paperback
  • 874 pages
  • Imprimatur
  • Rita Monaldi
  • Portuguese
  • 11 April 2019
  • 8478889191

10 thoughts on “ Imprimatur

  1. Harry Allagree says:

    Throughout this very lengthy, but absolutely intriguing novel, I couldn t figure out why this book had been banned in Rome Sure, it deals with Innocent XI whom it took centuries to finally get beatified, and sure, despite the consistency of historians of the Papacy in depicting him as a simple, humble, saintly figure, he obviously had a few flaws After 500 or so pages, I just couldn t figure out why it d been banned Untilthe Addendum, the Notes, the other historical documents at the Throughout this very lengthy, but absolutely intriguing novel, I couldn t figure out why this book had been banned in Rome Sure, it deals with Innocent XI whom it took centuries to finally get beatified, ...

  2. Ivana Books Are Magic says:

    I bought Imprimatur by Rita Monaldi and Francesco Sorti a while back, but totally forgot about it I discovered and read it last month I wouldn t go so far as calling it a page turner but it was an interesting book to read The fact that the authors did a lot of reasearch before publishing this novel was obvious but they could have do...

  3. Al Bità says:

    This book was apparently popular in Europe Its initial boycotting in Italy no doubt added to its popularity Set in Rome in the late seventeenth century it deals with the events of nine days in that city, when a number of strangers are quarantined in an Inn The motley group potentially holds spies, maybe assassins, etc, and as the events unfold there isthan an innuendo that the Church was very much involved in shady and undercover political opera...

  4. Ben says:

    It was hard to read this book Pages would be devoted to obscure history lessons and conjecture, as if the authors had returned from the library determined to show off everything they ve read.While there is a detective type story at the heart of the book, it is simply surrounded by too much other stuff junk to make for an enjoyable read.Perhaps this book would only be enjoyable for those that truly believe the Church can do no wrong Then, the allegations contained within might make for aIt was hard to read this book Pages would be devoted to obscure history lessons and conjecture, as i...

  5. Petri says:

    Not worth losing time for that one, I have been trying to finish it but it s so boring I can t stand it any You might think this has the same style as the Da Vinci code but it s not, it s just a book made by ...

  6. Ana Petrina says:

    That is what I call a mystery novel A great mix of history, facts, nuanced characters, murder and betrayal, truth and lies I was amused the whole time, I learned a great deal on history of France and the catholic church and I could almost smell...

  7. Irene Soldatos says:

    This was a difficult book to rate And it wasn t an easy book to read, either If you re all for fast paced action, this isn t for you This unfolds slowly, with a great deal of mystery, and a great deal of attention to historical detail I read it slowly, but I enjoyed reading it Up until the last 100 pages or so, that is Since the book is huge, a 100 pages from the end is practically nothing But the thing is that, by that point, I was already tad disappointed The mystery for me had been This was...

  8. Twy says:

    The first book of the series by Monaldi and Sorti has an interesting publishing history as it was not appreciated by the Catholic church in Italy An engaging mystery, and as with Secretum, the characters actually existed, with the exception of the narrator in the two books so far published A tight close read which leads one into interesting, historical spaces in Rome and a study into the politics of the 17th century preceding the second book It is not a fast read, or you will miss something The first book of the series by Monaldi and Sorti has an interesting publishing history as it was not appreciated by the Catholic chu...

  9. Jelena Grujić - Lieutenant of Barad Dur says:

    One of the most boring books I ve ever read.

  10. Marylene says:

    If I could give it 10 stars, I would Forget Dan Brown, here are some real mystery writers in the pure tradition of Mr Umberto Eco Be prepared to have a a dictionary handy b cozy sofa c day off the morni...

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