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The Bible of the Dead (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 17. März 2011

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Praise for Tom Knox: 'Tom Knox knows the DNA of an astonishing thriller. THE MARKS OF CAIN is a compelling and frightening novel, and it may well be the most controversial thriller since THE DA VINCI CODE. Action, history, religion, and genetics combine for a gripping read that will keep you reading late into the night.' Jeff Abbott, bestselling author of PANIC and FEAR 'Steeped in both blood and history and keeps up a scorching pace from start to finish' Northern Echo 'Knox writes with a clean efficiency. The characters are nicely wrought ... Best of all, Knox really knows his stuff and his discourses on ancient man, human sacrifice, demons of the mid-east and obscure pre-Judaic religions are all woven into the plot seamlessly. I'm reminded of why I always liked these type of books, because not only do the best ones grip and propel you through their pages but they also leave you a little more knowledgeable than when you started' Shotsmag

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Tom Knox is the pseudonym of the author Sean Thomas. Born in England, he has travelled the world writing for many different newspapers and magazines, including The Times, the Guardian, and the Daily Mail. He lives in London


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After the first two of Tom Knox's thrillers I found this third one rather disappointing. The story dragged a bit and the prehistoric archaeological "facts" were too obviously wrong or unconnected, spoiling the fun and making it hard to sustain the suspension of disbelief. When the solution was finally spelt out in great detail, it turned out to be rather pedestrian. It also came about 100 pages before the end - funny that.
Let me tell you, that last quarter makes up for all the slog before. Where the resolution of Knox's first book was just plain silly, and the second bordering on the plausible, this third one is an idea that really warrants thinking about, even if the build up to it is mostly nonsense.
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thsi book exceels by wordful visualization: brains smashed with iron bars, women (almost) raped by orang utans, a half developped duck embryo eaten, this aside with unfriendly descriptions of the people in cambodja along with - who would have guessed - another picturesque description of their eating customs. unfortuntely this does not help to build suspense. The plot is clear almost fromn the beginning. The idea is not elaborated, neither very intelligent: To locate belief and conscience in a certain part of the brain which can be lobotomized - thus creating a new monster warrior....I had this for holidays and was very dissapointed.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen "The Lost Goddess" is Just an "OK" Story 29. August 2013
Von Robert Fox - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
The development of the story took awhile; trying to explain the rationale behind Pol Pot's murder of millions of Cambodians during the 1970's .... the writer was working too hard to pull two sets of different characters, an archaeologist and journalist together to solve a "mystery" at the end of the story. I was not really sure where the story line was going until the last third of the book.
For me, the plot was a bit too far fetched ..... and this was not as good a read or story as Tom Knox's first book, "The Genesis Secret". I did expect better from the author after reading "The Genesis Secret", so for me, it was "just OK" ....
5.0 von 5 Sternen This was SO good! 12. August 2013
Von J. Self - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
I took this with me on vacation to SE Asia. I swallowed it whole. I missed a night of sleep staying up to read most of it. I understand this is the 3rd book that the author wrote. Well done. I hardly read fiction and my wife talked me into giving it a try and I settled on this. I am so glad I did. I was engrossed and transported but I also learned a great deal about the people, culture and history of Cambodia. The book is fiction but many times I would read something, pause to pick up my ipad and look up some reference. BOOM. There it was, Mind blown AND entertained. I will be watching for more from Mr. Knox.
3.0 von 5 Sternen Gotta wade through this one to get the payoff 7. Oktober 2015
Von D.Birk - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I had a hard time wading through this one. It's a very interesting premise for a story, but the book is way too long, and actually boring in many places. A good editor would have worked wonders to turn "laboring through the story" into "can't put it down". I'd recommend it with reservations.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Impressed 12. Mai 2012
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I thought the novel was very well written and above all extremely entertaining. The author invites you along as he tells a tale that is both intriguing yet terrifying. The author blends past and present seamlessly while adding enough plot twists to satisfaction. I also like the fact that Mr Knox never condescends to his reader but rather informs and educates as part of the story. Being a fan of adventure/archaeology i was thrilled with this book and plan on being a repeat reader of it.
4.0 von 5 Sternen i liked it 17. Februar 2014
Von Irina - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I liked this book although less than Genesis secret.
it was slow at start but got intense closer to the middle. i don't expect much of these types of books, but this one was quite interesting, keeps you wanting to flip through pages to see the mystery unfold and keeps your mind from stress or whatever it is you want to run away.
good read, solid 4 starts!
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