- The light burned bright for a moment, searing, and then, after an instant, it rushed back inward, absorbing in on itself, and collapsing into a tiny speck that disappeared to nothing.
- The flesh was seared black.
- It was lit by ninety-nine oil lamps, and the amplified infrared would have seared their eyes.
- Langdon felt the bar ripped away, and a searing pain shot through his palm.
- The glare that hit his eyes was searing.
- The true horror, though, was the symbol seared on the cardinal’s chest.
- The camerlegno’s cassock was torn open, and his bare chest was seared black.
- Both guards let out exclamations of horror when they saw the symbol seared on the camerlegno’s chest.
- This time, when Langdon grabbed on, the chains across Baggia’s chest shifted …. parting to reveal a further wickedness …. a word stamped in seared flesh.
- How the hell can you tell me this group is extinct when their name is seared into this man!
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