The Messiah Code

The Messiah Code

by Michael Cordy
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Messiah Code 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is better than Da Vinci code for several reasons. A. It came first. Originally published long ago. Dan Brown didn't invent the quasi religious genre. B. The story is complex and intriguing. A wonderful mix of action and enjoyable characters. C. This book doesn't have a grudge or attempt to sway your convictions. It is a novel and can be read without feeling like the author's opinions are being thrust down your throat. I was hesitant to read another religious themed novel, but this book cured me of that.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Many times I found Myself readinf the same line over and over trying to stay awake so I can read the next chapter. Hard to put down. Well narrated and action packed. Highly recomended if you like books that makes you think. Althought the end is compleated I would have finish it in a different way 'Maybe leaving the doors open for a sequal' but the author did a wonderful job. (Thanks Michael)
Guest More than 1 year ago
Forget The Da Vinci Code this is far far better. What if you could find a biological sample of Christ's body and scan his DNA? What would you find there - the Genes of God? And what would you do with the genes? Great characters, real supsense and genuinely surprising twists. What more could you ask for?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Goog book, with an unusual storyline. A bit gory in places
Guest More than 1 year ago
i really liked this book. it's original. how often can you say that about novels these days....
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Definitely one you want to read. How far would you go to save your child's life. The author blends science with religion and makes the reader question your ideas about both.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm a geek. I work in the world of networks and computers. The technical details in this book are sooooooooo horrible they ruined the story for me. Granted the book came out in 1997 and it is fiction, but still from the descriptions in the book I doubt this guy can find the power switch on his PC. The description of tracking a hacker was so pathetic it wasn't even laughable. It would have been better if the author left out the technical details completely. Geeks, don't bother. You'll be disappointed and annoyed.