...gonna kick the darkness 'till it bleeds daylight... musings of a hungarian in texas

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Thursday, September 17, 2009

The Funny!

Okay, this is hilarious. Go try it. It reminds me of the game we played while at a scorching summertime dig at the medieval palace I worked for.
I especially like the asthmatic assasin.

An ancient labyrinth deep beneath the streets of Dallas. A murderous cult determined to protect it. A white-knuckled race to uncover the United States Postal Service's darkest secret.

The Serpentine Enigma

When renowned Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon is summoned to the Carousel Club to analyze a mysterious geometric form—imprinted on a gold ring lying next to the mangled body of the head docent—he discovers evidence of the unthinkable: the resurgence of the ancient cult of the Quintinati, a secret branch of the United States Postal Service that has surfaced from the shadows to carry out its legendary vendetta against its mortal enemy, the Vatican.
Langdon's worst fears are confirmed when a messenger from the Quintinati appears at Dealey Plaza to deliver a deadly ultimatum: Turn over the archbishop, or one cherub will disappear from the Sistine Chapel every day. As the city braces for disaster, Langdon joins forces with the Amazonian and brilliant daughter of the murdered docent in a desperate bid to crack the code that will reveal the cult's secret plan.
Embarking on a frantic hunt, Langdon and his companion follow a 500-year-old trail through Dallas's most venerable churches and historic libraries, pursued by a asthmatic assassin the cult has sent to thwart them. What they discover threatens to expose a conspiracy that goes all the way back to Benjamin Franklin and the very founding of the United States Postal Service.


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