I enjoyed the storyline up until the climax, or last few chapters into the author's notes. While I profoundly respect Judaism, I feel this book was yet another biased attempt to try and make Christianity look like a fanatical cult.
DaVinci Code knock-off, but using Jewish mythology. Not bad, but predictable. The characters are a bit wooden. The main character seems a bit slow-witted, and the author states the obvious a few times too often.
What a great read/listen! I couldn't turn it off....even when I should have been doing something else. :)
This is the first "End of the World as We Know It" fiction I've ever read that is written from an Hassidic Jewish point of view. A very refreshing change! Well written and scary as heck! I'd like to meet some of these characters again.
Just loved this! I enjoyed it more than the DaVinci Code - I liked the focus on Judaism. Not being of the Jewish faith, it was a learning experience as well as a great novel.
Wow! A really exciting audio book. The mystery unravels one chapter at a time leaving you breathlessly wanting your commute to last another few minutes or so. Imagine that!
I highly recommend.
This is simply a fantastic book! It will keep you guessing and is very informative.
You really have to be Jewish to thoroughly enjoy this tale.