Book Reviews of The Lucifer Gospel

The Lucifer Gospel
The Lucifer Gospel
Author: Paul Christopher
ISBN-13: 9780739473276
ISBN-10: 0739473271
Pages: 357
Rating:
  • Currently 3.2/5 Stars.
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3.2 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Onyx Books
Book Type: Hardcover
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Helpful Score: 2
Rousing adventure involving a lost gospel and a two-millennia old secret but don't look for any internal logic or great character development. A fun, quick read.
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wasn't interested enough to finish
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Didn't realize this was a "sequel" to Michaelangelo's Diary. But you don't have to have read that book to enjoy this one. They are both stand-alone novels in their own right.
This book was okay. A nice adventure.
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The ending is a bummer
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By the author of MICHAELANGELO'S NOTEBOOK.
Another 'roots of religion unknown to any but the insiders' novel. Twisty, lots of vivid descriptions. Good light mystery
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Ok so I just finished this book and it sounded so promising..the story line was good but the characters were just not strong. I was waiting for some kind of twist and turn but the storry just kinda drug along with out any real suspense. The ending was just that..the ending..nothing to keep a reader on the edge of their seat..its a quick read but pretty boring all in all.
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A fast paced adventure!
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Exciting, fast paced. A good story.
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Another great Christopher novel!
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very good read
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Almost like a sequel to DaVinci Code. It reminded alot of the Davinci Code. Not sure about the ending.
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2nd book in series, good read
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This was an interesting story...similar subject to the Da Vinci Code...Kind of disappointing though..
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This fast-paced adventure about a hidden truth¿or a devilish deception¿will thrill fans of the Da Vinci Code¿or Indiana Jones! Young archaeologist Fiona ¿Finn¿ Ryan and pilot Virgil Hilts have been hired by a billionaire religious fanatic to find the long-lost tomb of an Apostle. Scouring the Sahara, they find something else: evidence of a decades-old murder. Then they discover a crypt with the remains of one more man, clutching an ancient Roman medallion whose inscription reads, Here lies Hidden the Bringer of Light: the Words of Lucifer. Hot on Finn and Virgil's trail is a group of killers hell bent on getting the medallion. But the relic is only the first piece of an enigmatic puzzle, one that leads from the sinister ruins of an ancient monastery to the wreck of a sunken ship in the Caribbean, to the hiding place of the Lucifer Gospel, an incendiary truth that might shake the foundations of history, or get them killed!
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Quick, light read. One to take to the beach with ya...
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Read it the day I got it. It poses some unusual questions.
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Archaeologist Finn Ryan and pilot Virgil Hilts are scouring the Sahara for the long-lost tomb of an Apostle when they stumble upon signs of a decades-old murder, along with an ancient Roman medallion bearing the infamous name of a fallen archangel.

But this relic is only the first piece of an enigmatic puzzle that will take Finn and Virgil across the globe from the sinister ruins of an ancient monastery to the wreck of a sunken ship in the Caribbean, to find a truth that might shake the foundations of history-or see them dead.