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The Pope is dead. Behind the locked doors of the Sistine Chapel, one hundred and eighteen cardinals from all over the globe will cast their votes in the world’s most secretive election. They are holy men. But they have ambition. And they have rivals. Over the next seventy-two hours one of them will become the most powerful spiritual figure on earth. ...

Title : Conclave
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ISBN : 29397486
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 287 pages
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Conclave Reviews

  • Maria Espadinha

    Ai Vaticano, Ai, Ai!...

    Sede Vacante -- a morte do Papa vigente deixou vago o lugar supremo na hierarquia da Igreja Católica.

    Até ao Habemus Papa haverá um longo caminho a percorrer.

    Será necessário um coordenador para levar a bom termo o melindroso processo e coube ao Cardeal Lomeli a honrosa missão.

    A Lomeli, que pouco tempo antes requerera o seu afastamento da Cúria ao Santo Padre, alegando uma recente crise espiritual. Porém, Sua Eminência recusara o seu pedido, pois o Cardeal era um homem ínte

  • Roger Brunyate

    A Balancing Act

    Robert Harris has always excelled in writing historical novels in the manner of a thriller. They have succeeded because of his seriousness of purpose, his sensitivity to character, and his eye for detail. Also, I would suggest, because his subjects have mostly been comfortably in the past, In addition to several books set in ancient Rome, he has written about the turn-of-the-century Dreyfus case (An Officer and a Spy), the Bletchley cryptological center in WW2 (Enigma), and an alt

  • ☮Karen

    4.5 stars

    In my twenties I read every Andrew Greeley novel I could lay my hands on; and now listening to Conclave reminded me a lot of Greeley since he wrote so prolifically about Cardinals, Popes, celibacy, politics, etc. Men of God, be they priests, Monsignors, Cardinals, or the Pope himself are, after all, men and by nature, not without sin. In Conclave, as the name implies, 118 Cardinals have gathered to elect a new Pope. One by one, their sins are disclosed and the contender list shrinks. Ca

  • Cathrine ☯️


    Holy smoke was this a good one.

    The blurb tells you what you need to know. I had never read or heard of this author but most definitely will be checking out his other books.

    It was compelling, fascinating, intelligent and ... that ending! Did not see that coming. Most enjoyable. Next!

  • Matt

    Harris returns with another remarkable novel of historical fiction, turning his narrative to the present as explores a highly pious and political event. THE POPE IS DEAD! This startling piece of news makes its way to the ears of Cardinal Lomeli in the early hours one October morning. Heading to the apartment of the Holy Father, Lomeli is met by a small group, who confirm the news and begin the prescribed acts required when the Vatican is without its Supreme Pontiff. As the news becomes public, L ...more

  • Jeffrey Keeten

    ”Sede vacante, . . . .The throne of the Holy See is vacant.”

    The Power of God, the Ambition of Men.

    Cardinal Jacopo Lomeli has been contemplating retirement to peaceful meditation and study for several years now, but the Pope insists that he still needs him at the Vatican. Lomeli is maybe a better manager than he is priest. This assessment makes Jacopo uneasy because it feels like a deviation from what he feels his real purpose should be.

    Can a manager truly be close to God? How much closer to Go

  • Annet

    This is a lonely place, and the hour is now late...

    Interesting, fascinating, intriguing. 'Unputdownable'(Guardian), yes, that is the right word.

    The process of the Vatican Conclave, the thought of the beautiful art there and an intrigue. What goes on behind those closed doors? It kept me reading to get to the twist. The twist... mmmm... far fetched? Well who knows, in today's day & age. I did love the struggle of Cardinal & Dean Lomeli in guiding the delicate process of the Conclave. Gre

  • Andy

    Have really enjoyed other works by this author & was great to get my hands on his latest which intrigued me with its concept of more Roman politics albeit from a much later period in history from his Cicero series. And seeing as his Cicero series is one of my all time fav reads.....

    As for the review..... I cant really say much at all as it would give a lot away perhaps even inadvertently so. I would even encourage you to avoid any reviews on the book at all! So a few brief thoughts/observat