17 September 2015

The Columbus Code by Mike Evans

When Christopher Columbus set out to discover the New World, was it because he wanted to serve the king and queen of Spain or because he wanted to escape them? Did he have stronger ties to Jerusalem than anyone suspected? Was Columbus actually a Jew fleeing the Spanish Inquisition? And could uncovering those secrets prevent international disaster in a world of terrorism today? Secret Service agent John Winters is determined to find the answers in this riveting novel based on recent scholarly discoveries. 

In The Columbus Code, Middle East historian and New York Times best-selling author Mike Evans uses rich story to unscramble a historical puzzle and remind us how the past is always a part of who we are.

In his novel The Columbus Code, Mike Evans crafts a fascinating novel around the idea of Christopher Columbus actually being a Jew. Reminiscent of Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code, Evans’ novel offers a fast-paced plot with plenty of surprising twists and turns stemming from Columbus’ identity. I couldn’t stop reading The Columbus Code, as the interesting characters, complicated relationships and the overall intrigue and suspense kept me turning page after page, eager to see how the several different storylines could come together. An enjoyable and thrilling read, The Columbus Code is a great choice for fans of thrillers and suspense.

Thanks to Worthy’s First Look, I received a copy of The Columbus Code and the opportunity to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own.

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