I thought it was a bunch of bull personally.
From the back cover: On September 1, 1994, I flew to Israel and met in Jerusalem with a close friend of Prime Minister Yitzahk Rabin, the poet Chaim Guri. I gave him a letter which he immediately gave to the Prime Minister.
"An Israeli mathematician has discovered a hidden code in the Bible that appears to reveal the details of events that took place thousands of years after the Bible was written," my letter to Rabin stated.
"The reason I'm telling you about this is that the only time your full name -- Yitzhak Rabin -- is encoded in the Bible, the words that 'assassin that will assassinate' cross your name."
On November 4, 1995, came the awful confirmation a shot in the back from a man who believed he was on a mission from God, the murder that was encoded in the Bible three thousand years ago.
This is a book written on supposed codes found in the Bible. It's interesting enough, but quite illogical. The code only shows up when you look at the Bible in Hebrew (because Hebrew letters are interchangeable with numbers). So, you would find anything in code in Hebrew, really.
I did like the book, for many facts that I didn't know, but in the long run, I don't believe it. If God wanted us to know about something, He would have just written it in the Bible, rather than hide it in a code that only some people would be able to find.