By John R. Wible
John Blue explores the 3 geographical regions of Dante's Woods the place he meets 3 unusually commonly used characters, each one of whom has his personal "issues." John learns from those concerns and in a splashing climax, sums all of it up for a central authority authentic named "Col. D" who has despatched John Blue to enquire Moe for "terrorism."
John isn't really a undercover agent, a prosperous guy, a preacher, or a cowboy. however it turns out that via his friendship with Moe, all of those personae merge in his to make John the fellow he's speculated to be.
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