The Constantine Codex

Title: The Constantine Codex

Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers

Pub Date: 1 June 2011

ISBN: 9781414337739

Author: Paul L. Maier

I think everyone who have a good taste for thriller, mystery and suspense fiction would be able to appreciate this book. It was well-written, well researched and not to mention highly challenging to the mind.

The author have a talent for surprising the readers every now and then and I feel as if I couldn’t put down this book til I’m completely done with it. And even when I’ve finished reading this book, I couldn’t resist but read it over and over again. The mystery that has been created was really fascinating and unpredictable.

I rate this book 4 out of 5 stars. I received an ARC of this book from tyndale House Publisher via Netgalley. I was not required to write a positive review for this book and I received no compensation for writing this review.

Book description:

Harvard Professor Jonathan Weber is finally enjoying a season of peace when a shocking discovery thrusts him into the national spotlight once again. While touring monasteries in Greece, Jon and his wife Shannon—a seasoned archaeologist—uncover an ancient biblical manuscript containing the lost ending of Mark and an additional book of the Bible. If proven authentic, the codex could forever change the way the world views the holy Word of God. As Jon and Shannon work to validate their find, it soon becomes clear that there are powerful forces who don’t want the codex to go public. When it’s stolen en route to America, Jon and Shannon are swept into a deadly race to find the manuscript and confirm its authenticity before it’s lost forever.

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