This historical suspense novel spanning four thousand years follows Texas Pastor Brix Brighton, a combat veteran of World War II and of Israel's War of Independence, and Alan Taveler, who has just returned from captivity in Pakistan with a sudden hunger for the Bible that leads him to uncover concealed knowledge that the alphabet is the code-key to the Creation Code. Alan Taveler is genetically programmed to disturb the past in order to give Brix Brighton a chance to save the future.
The Bible cautions that life is a thriller and all humans are in it. Possessing just a fragment of the Creation Code, supremacist empires of religion have relentlessly pursued concentrating power, owning the mind and directing the will of all mankind. Now in the twenty-first century, they finally have the technology to prevail by creating a surveillance state.
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Leigh's 590-page debut thriller, the first of a planned trilogy, may remind some readers of The Da Vinci Code--except that Dan Brown's book was not nearly so ambitious.Feb 22 2013 | Read Full Review of The Lordlings of Worship; And...