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The Lucifer Code The Lucifer Code is a thriller that I put in the same genre as Dan Brown s books Of course, while it is impossible to put down a Dan Brown book, it took me almost a month to finish this one.The leading characters of the book are two PhD researchers Dr Miles Fleming, the brilliant neuro scientist who hears his dead brother speaking after his death through a machine Miles invented, and Dr Amy who co owns the biggest computer company in the world with Bradley Soames. This entire book is built in a fascinating concept That religion has it almost right Very enjoyable read. What happens to us when we die Oblivion Or so believes Dr Miles Fleming, a brilliant, young neuroscientist who has developed a device capable of reading human brainwaves But when his own brother contacts him after being certified dead for six whole minutes, Fleming wonders if he s got it all wrongHis search for the truth uncovers a terrifying religious conspiracy to stage the most ambitious experiment the world has ever seen to prove beyond doubt the existence of a heaven or a hell As the world awaits the final judgement, Fleming must confront his own demons to save not only his own soul but that of all humanity THE LUCIFER CODE pits the faith of religion against the certainty of science in a heartstopping thriller which explores our deepest fears This book is a unique take on good and evil, and most definitely a unique take on religion and the future of technology I wasn t sure what I was getting into but in the end, the for lack of a better word this book was unique and interesting I wasn t sure I was gonna be able to finish this but I did and ya know, I am glad. This was a weird, interesting little book. Interesting concept around religion and faith Enjoyable read Dr Miles Fleming Milo has developed a machine that can read human brain waves His brother s voice that comes 6 minutes after he is pronounced clinically dead, changes everything.He meets Amber, the surviving conjoined twin, who s other half Arial lives in her dreams and memory Could part of her brain still be Arial s Brought together by a scheming scientist philanthropist who tries to use them to prove humanity s darkest fears..the existence of heaven and hell What will the combination Dr Miles Fleming Milo has developed a machine that can read human brain waves His brother s voice that comes 6 minutes after he is pronounced clinically dead, changes everything.He meets Amber, the surviving conjoined twin, who s other half Arial lives in her dreams and memory Could part of her brain still be Arial s Brought together by a scheming scientist philanthropist who tries to use them to prove humanity s darkest fears..the existence of heaven and hell What will the combination of technical brilliance and tormented souls reveal as quoted by the Punch An intriguing, thought provoking finale that will leave you wrestling with a horrifically credible religious dilemmathank God it s only fiction I got this on sale at a bargain bin mostly because I liked the cover Why yes, I do judge books by their covers It was a good summer read, it moves fast and is light I would say it is quite predictable, however, and the characters, while not entirely cookie cutter, lack a vivid 3 dimensionality I associate with really great books Barring that, I did enjoy the story It is not groundbreaking, but I don t think it tries to be. It took me a while to finish this book with the first half a slog to get through it was only sheer stubbornness and, I admit, a tiny smidge of curiosity about the final concluding moment that got me through it By the time I actually wanted to read it I was half way through, and while the second half was decisively better it was not so good as to make the effort worthwhile So what exactly didn t I like about it Predictability Certain elements of this book were highly predictable, such as t It took me a while to finish this book with the first half a slog to get through it was only sheer stubbornness and, I admit, a tiny smidge of curiosity about the final concluding moment that got me through it By the time I actually wanted to read it I was half way through, and while the second half was decisively better it was not so good as to make the effort worthwhile So what exactly didn t I like about it Predictability Certain elements of this book were highly predictable, such as the required and obvious romance, the sheer naivety of certain characters, andAnd when there were twists they were ratherakin to uh, really moments Characterisation The characters in this book lack something They re not quite fleshed out, they seem wedged into molds that they don t quite fit, and it is clear they are mostly there to serve their purpose Hero, heroine, romantic interest, villain, etc., etc I have a bone to pick with Mr Cordy about his villain, because franklyuh, really That was probably one of the worst things about this story.Subtly AKA, there was none The suspense AKA, for me there was none Oops I m sure there was meant to be some.The Endling ahem I mean, the ending To be frank the ending was, I suppose, your very typical it s over, but is it moment that horror movies have a tendency to do depending on the current trend, year, budget, etc I honestly feel I d have beensatisfied without that ending, and I wouldn t have felt beaten over the head by a point that had, I felt, already been made.And finally, the writing which was, at times, just plain bad Peaked around the middle, I guess, which seems to be the part Cordy wanted to actually write Basically the concept was interesting, but the execution could have done with a littlework An English Michael Crichton eh Lucifer was my first Cordy novel and I enjoyed it There s clever use of emerging technology and how it will effect religion and medical breakthroughs in the future There are some great action scenes, which keep you turning the pages There s even mystery and subterfuge However, and it s quite a large however, the story is just too far fetched It has you gripped for the first half, and mostly entertained for the second half, yet the finale is over the top and u An English Michael Crichton eh Lucifer was my first Cordy novel and I enjoyed it There s clever use of emerging technology and how it will effect religion and medical breakthroughs in the future There are some great action scenes, which keep you turning the pages There s even mystery and subterfuge However, and it s quite a large however, the story is just too far fetched It has you gripped for the first half, and mostly entertained for the second half, yet the finale is over the top and unfortunately lowers the overall feeling of the the book I ll readof Cordy s work, and in future I ll be armed with an expectation, rather than the hype on the back


About the Author: Michael Cordy

MIchael Cordy s first novel, The Miracle Strain, about the search for the DNA of Christ, was published in over twenty five languages and forty countries It reached the top five in the Sunday Times Bestseller List and became a bestseller around the world Disney bought the film rights for 1.6 million.Another five novels followed Crime Zero, Lucifer, True, The Source and the latest THE COLOUR OF DEATH All have been published in the UK by Bantam Press and Corgi, and translated into several languages Warner Bros optioned the film rights to The Source and Michael recently optioned Crime Zero to the producers of Lord Of The Rings and The Golden Compass, agreeing to write the screenplay.Due to the high concept nature of Michael Cordy s novels the Press have called him Britain s answer to Michael Crichton Some of his early books have also been compared to Dan Brown s The Da Vinci Code although they were bestsellers many years before that novel was written.The Miracle Strain was republished as The Messiah Code in many countries and some of the other novels have since been republished with new titles too.Michael Cordy is British but was born in Ghana and spent much of his childhood in West and East Africa, India and Cyprus He was educated in England at Kings School Canterbury and the universities of Leicester and Durham.After ten years in marketing and advertising, his wife, Jenny backed his decision to give up a lucrative career and follow his dream of becoming a writer so long as he finished his first novel in one year It took him two He claims to have written all the necessary words in the allotted twelve months just not in the right order


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