The Temple Mount Code (PDF)

  • Paperback
  • 483
  • The Temple Mount Code
  • Charles Brokaw
  • English
  • 10 March 2019
  • 9780141047607

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review ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Õ Charles Brokaw Free download The Temple Mount Code æ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Uncover the murderer and track down the missing manuscript fast because this ancient artefact contains a hidden codeA code that will give its solver access to a formidable and frightening power The fate of humankind rests in Lourds's hands But time is not on his sid. Ok so this one was better than the previous book Although there wasn t much of a code And most of the book had very little to do with the main plotline It all sort of rushed together there toward the end

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The Temple Mount Code

review ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Õ Charles Brokaw Free download The Temple Mount Code æ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free As Lourds the world's foremost scholar of ancient languages is contacted by his old friend Dr Lev Strauss about this discovery he immediately rushes to inspect his findingsBut when he arrives he finds his friend has been murderedAnd the book has vanishedLourds must. While this is the third book in the series this is the second one I ve read in reverse order Professor Lourds has another wild adventure starting in China then Israel Austria Israel Iran and back to Israel He has a complete disregard to the fundamentals of archaeology smashing things open grabbing any documents and running The Israeli Mossad is portrayed almost as keystone cops and the section of the story set in Austria makes it seem that rampant antisemitism is openly practiced in Austria The ending is interesting there is an interesting good guy who emerges near the end of the story A fast paced and fun to read book

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review ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Õ Charles Brokaw Free download The Temple Mount Code æ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free From the author of The Atlantis Code comes a dramatic uest to locate an ancient scripture with a powerful secret A long lost ancient scripture which holds the key to one of the world's greatest treasures is discovered hidden under the legendary Temple MountWhen Thom. Brokaw s third book is as good as the previous two with as much action and excitement as the others Creating almost two separate stories into the one book a historical dig in China before arriving in the Holy Lands Brokaw presents so much information in such an interesting fashion that the reader cannot help but be amazed Obvious research both of the archeological finds and the linguistic nuances helps the book and its characters leap from the page Some of the religious details leaves the reader wondering where the facts end and the fiction begins as well as pondering the secrets rarely challenged from the pulpit on Sunday mornings While usually pushing the limits of acceptable Christian doctrine this book examines the Muslim key religious story and documents with the zealots in Iran the purification police prepared to punish those who stir the pot While the main character does see himself as a James Bond ladies man this is somewhat easily ignored to get to the root of the story While zipping from all over and coming oh so close to destruction Brokaw weaves a story that will have its readers flipping pages well into the night in hopes of knowing what comes next for this academic go adventurerHow might one properly classify Charles Brokaw Perhaps a cross between Dan Brown s academic character Robert Langdon and Steve Berry s antiuities sleuth Cotton Malone with a hint of Sam Bourne andor Tom Knox with their biblical inuiry He does stand alone though able to shake off the shadow that all these men bring to the literary mix The story is uite multi facetted and involves so many aspects of a good thriller intrigue mystery politics lust romance and last second salvation Brokaw knows how to pen a great book and could surely keep the reader enticed for many novels to come Perhaps a little lighter on the Casanova attitude of the main character and we ll be fineMany kudos Mr Brokaw Keep it up and dazzle readers with many adventures