Book Reviews of Daughter of God

Daughter of God
Daughter of God
Author: Lewis Perdue
ISBN-13: 9780812589719
ISBN-10: 0812589718
Publication Date: 2001
Pages: 432
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 61 ratings
Publisher: Forge Books
Book Type: Paperback
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reminds me of The Da Vinci Code. VERY GOOD
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MYSTERIOUS!
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I love Perdue's writing style, but the plot doesn't move along very quickly. In fact, I didn't finish this book...might have gotten really exciting in the last few chapters, but I didn't last long enough to find out.
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Lewis Perdue is the original "Da Vinci Code" author. If you read That being said, he is also a very good writer, better than the author who's book has made into a movie starring Tom Hanks. Read "Da Vinci Legacy" and this book, "Daughter of God." I actually enjoyed this book more than the first. Loaded with action and Nazi history, this book does not disappoint.
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I only gave this book 3.5 stars. It got draggy in spots and I had a hard time paying attention.
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It was pretty good. Along the lines of the DaVinci Code. Moves along pretty well but then seems to hit some mundane spots but then picks up again. Overall tho, it's a good read.
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Outstanding book!
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If you like your fiction based (loosely) on history...you'll get a kick out of this one.
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This is a great thriller with some thought-provoking themes.
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Compelling idea...
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Great book! If you liked 'The Da Vinci code' you'll like this one aswell!
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If you read DaVinci Code... check out this book
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i loved this book
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BETTER THAN THE DAVINCI CODE
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Very believable premise - light read
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Very good book,I've read it two times.
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Religious suspense thriller
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This was an okay book but not one that I would want to read again. Zoe meets her husband Seth in Switzerland expecting to purchase the rich esate of a secretive art collector. But before that can happen, Seth and Zoe are drawn into a thousand-year-old web of conspiracy, murder, and itrigue about the mystery of a female Messiah.
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Excellent book if you liked The DaVinci Code.
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When Zoe Ridgeway, a prominent art broker, visits Switzerland with her husband, Seth, she expects to purchase the rich estate of a secretive art collector. But before Zoe can complete the transaction, she and Seth are drawn into a thousand-year-old web of conspiracy, murder and intrigue that begins and ends with the mystery of a female Messiah, a young girl whose existence, if proven, would explode the very foundation of Western culture.
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A femal Messiah? When Zoe Ridgeway, a prominent art broker, visits Switzerland with her husband, Seth, she expects to purchase the rich estate of a secretive art collector. But before Zoe can complete the transaction, she and Seth are drawn into a thousand-year-old web of conspiracy, murder, and intrigue that begins and ends with the mystery of a female Messiah, a young girl whose existence, if proven, would explode the very foundatio of Western culture.
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Excellent story, great thriller. This book makes one think - are the religions of today as honest and pious as they want us to think? Do they all have something to hide?
Hmmm....