Book Review: Quo Vadis by Henryk Sienkiewicz

Quo Vadis is amazing. It's epic. It's long. It's sad. It's funny. 
Basically one endless and immersive poem, it contains line after line of the most beautifully crafted descriptive sentences I've ever had the pleasure of reading. 
Moreover, the characters are complex. Now, I know that phrase gets tossed around a lot, but in this case its more than warranted.
Each one goes through such wild transformations, (some total, some subtle), that when the story is over, no one is the same as they when it started. 
I could go on and on about the plot and how it weaves fiction and history masterfully but I wont. True, the bible is treated as a reliable source of history, (which we all know it isn't) yet that hardly matters in the end. 
Bottom line, I love this book. Just read it. It's good.