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on Feb. 25, 2012 :
I read the commentary, liked the story and prepared for a reading feast. Sadly, I still haven't finished this book and I doubt I ever will. It's drawn out and the characters don't conform with their backgrounds, i.e. Nate Archer Phd, acts like a twit with a memory block half the time. The other main character, a Pathologist/Coroner just cracked me up with her intense interest in the Turin Shroud and the amount of historical detail that she had absorbed during the period of her interest....maybe she should have been the Phd!!!!
The references to Dan Brown and the Da Vinci Code are nonsensical. The story line is utterly unbelievable and now I'm looking for something else to read instead. What a waste of a few dollars.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)