The Codex

The Codex An ancient legend A bizarre weather phenomenon A forgotten civilization Somethings are better left undiscovered When an extreme weather condition causes parts of the Greenland ice sheet to melt archa

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  • Title: The Codex
  • Author: DanielPatterson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 237
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • An ancient legend A bizarre weather phenomenon A forgotten civilization Somethings are better left undiscovered.When an extreme weather condition causes parts of the Greenland ice sheet to melt, archaeologist Zack Cole is determined to join the race of professionals and amateur alike, to find uncovered history and treasure.He s got the knowledge He s got the moneAn ancient legend A bizarre weather phenomenon A forgotten civilization Somethings are better left undiscovered.When an extreme weather condition causes parts of the Greenland ice sheet to melt, archaeologist Zack Cole is determined to join the race of professionals and amateur alike, to find uncovered history and treasure.He s got the knowledge He s got the money He s even got the equipment Now about those permitsZack turns to his old friend, Father Salvatore Giovanni, curator of the Chicago Museum of Biblical Antiquities to back his expedition He says yes, with one condition Researcher Sydney Langtry is coming with him to protect the museum s interests.Plunged together into an icy world of death and darkness, Zack and Sydney make a discovery that will rock the Biblical and archaeological community But will they make it out alive to share their discovery From bestselling Christian fiction author Daniel Patterson comes, The Codex, the latest action packed adventure in his Armour of God Thriller Series.

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    1. Good readGreat characters and the setting is good.Thank you Mr. Patterson for writing this book.Lot's of twists and turns. Looking forward to more from this author.

    2. When an extreme weather condition causes parts of the Greenland ice sheet to melt, archeologist Zack Cole is determined to join the race of professionals and amateur alike, to find uncovered history and treasure.Patterson has used this scenario to create the spiritual themes and mythology of this village. Based on Norse mythology, it is one colorful account and interestingly that Zac and Sydney find many elements of this in the subterranean world and this just adds to the mystery and suspense of [...]

    3. 'The Codex' is a fantastic blend of history, mystery, & action. Daniel Patterson, again, has chosen a historical path that is unique. I loved the locale & it's cultural history. Zack plays the flawed hero wonderfully while his novice sidekick keeps him grounded. Sydney is a tough cookie with a lot of heart, a lot of faith in God, & a quick wit. At times, they make reckless choices but, in the excitement of the discovery, it's almost expected.It isn't an incredibly long read, but it's [...]

    4. Action packedWhat a page Turner!!! I read it in one sitting. I cannot wait to read the next book. This was my first time reading one of Daniel Patterson's book he does not disappoint. You will be hooked from the first sentence. So use the bathroom have a meal and prepare yourself for this adventure I guarantee you will not want to put it down.

    5. Christian Fiction - not dull, preachy or boring!This is my first Christian fiction. It was actually very good. I'm definitely going to reach the next book, The Devil's Game. One of the characters said prayers every so often but other than that, it was a somewhat "normal" thriller. Glad I read it.

    6. Nice read Nice little Indiana Jonesish story. Just like the original lots of it is implausible, bus somehow works in this kind of story. Not to give anything away, but the ending had me screaming "what"? at midnight.

    7. Great quick readThe Tyndale Bible wasn't the greatest novel but this adventure was great A couple things were not answered but the findings the characters found were pretty cool

    8. I had never read Daniel Patterson's work prior to The Codex. I enjoyed it so much I purchased a second book to give to a friend. The beautiful location details puts you right there "in the room" and I loved the adventure the characters went through in order to uncover the treasure.

    9. More please!Wonderful book. I would love to see this series expanded. Catches you from the beginning and keeps you on the edge of your seat to the last page. Very well researched and great developed.

    10. Excellent, well written !Exciting, well paced. Interesting characters, well mixed with danger and impossible situations. moving forward to the next dramatic situation. Weaving legend and history into the story line.

    11. I enjoyed this book. A little choppy at times but I still liked the story. I am looking forward to the next book. I need to know what is going to happen to all these characters and what happens with the big find. I received this ebook from the author for a Fair and honest opinion.

    12. Ended abruptlyCan't wait for the continuationVery suspenseful I enjoyed it very much. Lots of typo mistakes though. Needs better proof reading.

    13. CodexFirst time I've read Daniel Patterson's work. It was a great page turner that did not disappoint until the end. I wanted to keep reading

    14. The codexThis was a great quick read. I enjoyed this book ever it was too short. Can't wait for the next book on this theme.

    15. Enjoyed the bookMoved at a good pace. Plenty of adventure and action. Had the backdrop of Christian relationship. I would like to read the follow-up.

    16. Great adventureMy two favorite things in this book, sci-fi and God. What is not to love about this book!! I will definitely check out more of this author.

    17. WowThis book kept me up late reading and my heart poundingwhere is the second book? This one left me hanging

    18. ExcellentI Enjoyed this book very much can't wait for the next one to come out! I will be getting it also.

    19. Loved thisThis was Avery thrilling book to read. It was action packed throughout the whole book. It kept the reader guessing all the way through. Great book!

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