Book Review: The Atlantis Code

Hello fellow readers. In this review I’m covering The Atlantis Code by Charles Brokaw a pseudonym for the author. This was the author’s first published adventure thriller back in 2009.

Thomas Lourdes, is a Harvard anthropologist and linguist. When he’s asked by a BBC television show to translate an ancient artifact with engraving’s in a language no one can read, he’s thrown into a race against the Catholic Church to uncover the secrets of the artifact and the lost city of Atlantis. 

The writer does an excellent job in transporting you to far off locations like Egypt, Russia, Africa and London. He’s created a group of strong characters that you love and hate, keeping you connected to the story throughout.

As I read this book, I couldn’t help comparing it in some ways to other religious thrillers, i.e. Dan Browns The Da Vinci Code. I must admit, Brokaw really pulled this off and I am looking forward to reading and reviewing the rest of the series. On my scale or 1 to 5, 1 being don’t bother and 5 a real page turner. I gave The Atlantis Code a 5


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