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Book Reviews of The Bible of Clay

The Bible of Clay
The Bible of Clay
Author: Julia Navarro, Andrew Hurley (Translator)
ISBN-13: 9780440243038
ISBN-10: 0440243033
Publication Date: 1/27/2009
Pages: 704
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 36 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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6 Book Reviews submitted by our Members...sorted by voted most helpful

sfc95 avatar reviewed The Bible of Clay on + 686 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
Certainly worth tracking down, I sat on the wish list as number one forever for this and finally got it at the library...sorry I can't swap! It was certainly worht the wait. If you are a fan of the style of writing of this author you will not be disappointed. Three times in history including the presented day are represented just as they were in Brotherhood. It is a well written book, not a quick read, but certainly worth finding and reading! Note: there are some extremely horrific Nazi concentration Camp depictions that are troubling but needed for the story.
mluvsj avatar reviewed The Bible of Clay on + 40 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
After Readubg Navarro's Brotherhood of the Holy Shroud I looked forward to reading this book and was not disappointed. Navarro has a way of pulling readers into her stories. This was no exception. The storyline was well developed. I found myself cheering for and hating the characters. Although the book was long 600+ pgs, I found myself not wanting it to end. I look forward to reading her next book and would highly recommend this book and author to anyone who loves a good adventure.
reviewed The Bible of Clay on + 4 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
Has a lot of characters and a lot going on - but it sorts itself out toward the end. Enjoyable reading.
reviewed The Bible of Clay on + 5 more book reviews
Good historical context.
ATraveler avatar reviewed The Bible of Clay on + 193 more book reviews
Interesting story with multi-plot lines going on. For me I saw right through a couple of the twists but it was still well done. She used flash-backs to set up the present plot and explain twists and turns. Definitely worth the time to read. Skipped the religious implications of the "find" which really wasn't important to the story line.
AZmee avatar reviewed The Bible of Clay on + 65 more book reviews
This is a story written in the style of Dan Brown. The writer is Spanish but the translation is superbly done.
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