: 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. The Atlantis Code, ; The Lucifer Code, ; The Temple Mount Code, ; The Oracle Code,
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For me, I would put Broiaw Brokaw in that latter category. And he’s a ladies man who fancy’s himself quite attractive to the opposite sex, especially those much younger than himself. He’s visiting a former lover, currently sleeping with her a lot and yet jumps right into bed with a pretty young thing.
The end of the book, I can only describe as being bad.
The series follows Thomas Lourds as he is thrust into several situations concerning brokwa historical secrets centering on ancient artifacts. Thomas’s way with women will likely impress some and offend others.
Brokaw’s second novel brings our main character back on the scene, newly made famous for his work on the rediscovery of Atlantis and a mainstream ’50 Shades-like’ novel, with a new discovery in the heart of Turkey.
Maybe not literally but certainly in spirit, seeing how much this book goes on about Professor Thomas Lourds’ lecherous ways. Thanks for cgarles us about the problem.
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The translations lead him on a race to save the world against the ultimate evil. It does not require much thought or problem lucfier but requires the reader to sit back and enjoy the ride.
However, I did find the ending a bit too rushed. Open Preview See a Problem? The end pushes the envelope to the brink of far-fetched, though one might be able to hold their nose, as the plot needs somewhere to culminate.
Then don’t bother with this book. Oct 01, Bob rated it really liked it. Disclosures Unless specifically stated in the review, I have purchased all books reviewed. There is also a part at the end of the book where they are searching for other pieces of the puzzle that the author completely skips over. coed
REVIEW – The Lucifer Code by Charles Brokaw – That’s What She Read
As a writer, you should not introduce a character that seems like a major play in the 1st quarter of the book, then introduce another character that does the same role but in a more brutal fashion, and then not mention him again until you randomly decide to kill him off towards the end.
Yes, it sounds an awful lot like Dan Brown’s Robert Langdon, but I assure you that this is but a comic book in comparison to the depth and breadth of Brown’s best. And then the ending comes and it’s sorta exciting again.
I charlea loving it: Thomas Lourds is a book series by author Charles Brokaw, focusing on the title character of anthropologist and linguist Thomas Lourds. Like all of the books there is plenty of action and travel.
REVIEW – The Lucifer Code by Charles Brokaw
So they go after him and sic him after clde scroll like a bloodhound on a trail. I was very surprised that instead of taking us through Lourdes traveling and finding all four rings, it just skipped his travels entirely.
Where Indy would whip the gun from the bad charpes hand, Thomas just kind of sits there waiting to be shot — or saved by a much more impressive woman. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. It was just too predicable. The Lucifer Code is the second book to feature Dr.
It perhaps points to its lack of originality that one could easily envision the car chases through Turkey and gun-shot dodging escape through the catacombs near Istanbul.
Will probably go back and read The Atlantis Code.
Gereksiz bir uzatma mevcut. Or will they be too late to stop the terrible workings of the Devil himself before he can bring the world down around them?
Sorry, your blog cannot luicfer posts by email. Honestly, I was teetering on the 4-stars v 3-stars debate through the first half of the book.