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The Temple Mount Code

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  • Posted December 2, 2011

    Movie Potential

    The Temple Mount Code is a thriller. Charles Brokaw, who wrote The Temple Mount Code, is a New York Times bestselling author. This is the third in Brokaw¿s ¿Code¿ series. Before this, he wrote The Atlantis Code and The Lucifer Code. But this is the first book I¿ve read by him.

    The story starts off with Professor Thomas Lourds heading to a dig in China. He¿s not there very long, just long enough to make a discovery, before he heads off to Jerusalem at the request of a friend. And from there to the end of the book, it¿s a race to stay alive and save people around him. Oh, and to find what everyone is looking for and willing to kill for ¿ Mohammad¿s Koran.

    The dig in China is very interesting, but once Lourds heads out to find his friend who seems to be in trouble, the pace and action races. It reminded me of The Da Vinci Code, as far as the scholarly knowledge Lourds has, but it also reminded me of a thriller movie with the fast pace, chases, fights, and exotic settings. Since Professor Lourds has starred in Brokaw¿s other books, you can guess that he will survive, but it¿s all bets off on everyone else. There are also some formidable women in the book. I especially liked Miriam.

    Lourds is smart like Robert Langdon, can fight like Jason Bourne, and loves like James Bond. Roll them together and you¿ve got a moo-vie! (That¿s my prediction, anyway.)

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 25, 2014

    To long at times really boring

    Some of the descriptions add nothing to the storie. The book could be reduced by at least twenty percent .

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  • Posted June 7, 2013

    Good Read

    I really enjoyed this book and have put Charles Brokaw on my list of reading. The book moves along and has lots of twists and turns.
    A good read.

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