: The Lucifer Code (Thomas Lourdes) (): Charles Brokaw: Books. Editorial Reviews. From Booklist. Brokaw follows up his debut, The Atlantis Code (), with Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest. Kindle App Ad. Look inside this book. The Lucifer Code (Thomas Lourds Book 2) by [Brokaw, Charles] . Thomas Lourds is a book series by author Charles Brokaw, focusing on the title character of Books[edit]. The Atlantis Code, ; The Lucifer Code, ; The Temple Mount Code, ; The Oracle Code,

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Aided by the bad-girl love interest, police inspector Natashya Safarov, they travel to Moscow, Leipzig and Senegal. May 15, Matthew Schneider rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: All content on this blog is protected under US copyright by Michelle Shannon.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. The most basic thing that would redeem this book, the code breaking by Lourds, is missing.

The Lucifer Code

I have an affiliate relationship with several bookstores, including Powell’s Books and IndieBound. I don’t mind being able to figure out some things before it is actually revealed to the reader. It has action and adventure, near-death experiences, a touch of the otherworldly, cgarles women, fast cars, and state-of-the-art weaponry.

I, it is easy for books like this to get lost in the tidal wave of cash-ins that happen when one book makes it big. VP Webster as Lucifer in the flesh and blood? Feb 24, Mia P’zel rated it did not like it. He needs help to stay aliveā€”and he has it in the form of a beautiful but deadly Irish Republican Army operative, and in his old flame, Olympia Adnan.

In my mind the only reason this book has been written! Open Preview See a Problem? All lucicer, I give up.!! I had just read the 7TH Scroll by Wilbur Smith, which i quite enjoyed and was hoping this might be in the same mould but Wilbur Smith is a far more superior writer This is a sort of Indiana Jones type of tale. It was filled with a lot chagles adventure and questions about why various groups of people were after this professor and why he was the only one who could translate a long lost document.


The first half of the book is a When I got through the first quarter of “Lucifer’s Code”, I started considering whether I should give this pulp archaeo-historical-thriller four or three stars.

The opening sequences read right out of a strong mainstream thriller and would be totally film-ready. And the world was saved. It was like if you mixed some of Indiana Jones in with a more bookish professor. The characters were all likable and the story was well written. A kidnapping leads to to an escape, involving international travel, gunplay, witty reparte with sexual innuendointerspersed with clues surrounding a mysterious scroll and the potential for the “end of the world”.

The Atlantis Code

Thomas is rather famous, between being the foremost expert in languages, discovering the lost city of Atlantis and penning a popular novel that make the ladies swoon. The book flags at the end, though, to the point where they skip over how much of what the document that they finally found leads to, although I guess the author probably figured no one would want to read more searching, so I’ll forgive that. The series follows Thomas Lourds as he is thrust into several situations concerning religious historical secrets centering on ancient artifacts.

There’s the problem of not know who just got shot and why it’s significant because he hasn’t been mentioned in like pages, or whatever.

This book has better writing finesse, marginally, and for like halfway through the book, the story seemed to be building up to something of worth. I was debating with myself on giving this book a 2 or a 3 star My first foray into reading a work of Charles Brokaw.

Wait for the movie, if it even deserves to be one. His specialty is what is needed to decipher an ancient scroll. May 19, Lois rated it it was amazing.

Thomas Lourds – Wikipedia

Coed book started off well for me but sadly from then on, it was a downhill journey and after fighting off thoughts of putting the book down never to return to it, I was laughing like crazy at the end of the book. After a long time, I dared to pick this author again, goading myself into it by thinking: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Apr 13, Kristina rated it did not like it. Disappointment, frustration and exhaustion A sacred brotherhood luciffr sworn, generation after generation, to protect this terrifying truth from those who would use it to unleash doomsday upon mankind.


But what might appear to be unnecessarily obfuscating to us mere mortals might be anything but for a learned author of international repute, brokxw as Brokaww Brokaw. The bo A light page-turner about the pursuit of a lost companion document to the Book of Revelation. Nov 02, Philip J Dennis rated it really liked it. I hope he is not falling onto the same road as Dan Brown where his books get worse and worse.

Charles Brokaw is a pseudonym for charlfs author, academic, and college educator living in the Midwest. The only problem is, the manuscript is in an ancient lost language that also happens to be protected by some sort of a cipher. I was debating with myself on giving this book a 2 or a 3 stars, but the final chapter or two pushed it firmly into 2 category. Personally, I found it to be a wildly entertaining ride, as long as I didn’t try to see it as possible.

He be pissing him off. They want Lourds to translate coded writings that they hope will lead them to a lost scroll authored by John of Patmos – the same John who wrote the Book of Revelation in the Bible. And one of those people has ties to the US government, ties that lead directly to the White House. Then the part where the professor visits all the locations to get the artefacts is skipped by our beloved author, but never does he skip a carnal setting.

All aspects of the final quarter of the book felt like the author was in a rush to be done The first half luciver the book was full of action and plot and well written, too. Gereksiz bir uzatma mevcut.