The Mayan Codex

The Mayan Codex Six months ago Adam Sabir risked his life to find the legendary lost prophecies of Nostradamus Now he s racing against time to unlock their secrets as the events foretold begin to come true But he s
  • Title: The Mayan Codex
  • Author: Mario Reading
  • ISBN: 9781848877108
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Mayan Codex
    Six months ago, Adam Sabir risked his life to find the legendary lost prophecies of Nostradamus Now he s racing against time to unlock their secrets as the events foretold begin to come true But he s not the only one looking for answers Hot on his heels is the Corpus Maleficus, an ancient cabal devoted to placating the Devil Disfigured since birth, orphaned, and groomeSix months ago, Adam Sabir risked his life to find the legendary lost prophecies of Nostradamus Now he s racing against time to unlock their secrets as the events foretold begin to come true But he s not the only one looking for answers Hot on his heels is the Corpus Maleficus, an ancient cabal devoted to placating the Devil Disfigured since birth, orphaned, and groomed to cruelty and violence by their adoptive mother, the twelve remaining members of the Corpus are deadly competition Except for one Lamia has escaped the clutches of her twisted siblings and is on the run with Sabir, following the prophecy to the Yucatan, deep in the heart of Central America Meanwhile, a volcano erupts in Mexico A simple man gathers up his precious cargo, and begins his journey to the hallowed Mayan site of the Palace of the Masks.
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  • Mario Reading

    Mario Reading was born in Dorset, and brought up in England, Germany, and the South of France He was educated at Gorse Cliff Preparatory School, followed by Rugby School, and then went on to study Comparative Literature under Malcolm Bradbury and Angus Wilson at the University of East Anglia, where he specialized in French and German Literature and translation before absconding, after two years, on a cargo boat to Africa.During a nomadic youth he sold rare books, taught riding in Cape Town, studied dressage in Vienna, played polo in India, France, Spain, and Dubai, ran a seventy horse polo stables in Gloucestershire, and helped manage his Mexican wife s coffee plantation.Reading is the author of four novels The Music Makers House of Stratus 2001 , The Nostradamus Prophecies Atlantic 2009 , The Mayan Codex Corvus 2010 , and The Third Antichrist Corvus 2011 Reading s Antichrist Trilogy TNP, TMC TTA has been published in 38 countries to date, with a combined sale of over 1,000,000 copies.Mario Reading was the recipient of an Arts Council Writing Award for his novel in progress After Barbarossa.He is also the author of eight non fiction titles, including the Dictionary Of Cinema, the Movie Companion, the Watkins Dictionary Of Dreams, Nostradamus The Complete Prophecies For The Future and Nostradamus The Good News His groundbreaking The Complete Prophecies Of Nostradamus was published in 2009 by Watkins Books, and 2010 saw the publication of an illustrated book, Nostradamus The Top 100 Prophecies available in 9 countries , and a revised edition of NTCPFTF His most recent non fiction book, Nostradamus The Third Antichrist was published in March 2011 Reading s non fiction books have been published in 20 countries, and have sold than 500,000 copies.Reading also writes occasional magazine features, including, in February 2000, a controversial major Sunday Times Magazine expos of the CIA, entitled An American Hero, and has also made a number of national and international appearances on radio and television, most notably in Discovery Channel s 2006 documentary, Nostradamus The Truth, and three further documentaries for Discovery Channel, History Channel, and National Geographic Channel For four years he was the Chairman and chief coordinator of the Fonthill Writing Awards He is also a member of Mensa and the ultra high IQ society, the ISPE The International Society for Philosophical Inquiry.

  • 407 Comments

  • Gostei deste livro, torna se bastante viciante e queremos sempre saber mais.A hist ria novamente bastante interessante e tudo se passa a um ritmo alucinante, numa viagem ao M xico que nos leva a imaginar todo aquele cen rio do povo Maia Este livro a segunda parte da trilogia e, se no primeiro n o se notou assim tanto que existia continua o pois ficamos a achar que h mais mas tamb m nos contentamos com o final, deste j n o posso dizer o mesmo Quando acaba queremos mesmo ter o volume seguinte para [...]


  • The book with its cast of characters had some very good potential The 13 brothers and sisters with different unique qualities could have been woven into a fantastic story a la X men but somehow they were reduced to a crowd a team The story has moved forward from the first part Nostradamus Prophecies and the climax paves the way for the final part of the trilogy The Third Anti Christ Will be picking up the last part next month and closing the series The overall series has been an OK read Nothing [...]



  • I bought this book at NYC s The Strand Bookstore, after being dared to by my dear friend Elizabeth I m glad I didn t bother picking it up until this summer, because this is the ideal summer potboiler You know how you couldn t get through any of Dan Simmons books, due to their dreadfulness and the massive publicity around them Well, The Mayan Codex is written better than anything by Dan as far as I know I could only get through four or so chapters of his work, with every chapter ending with eithe [...]


  • In the second part of the trilogy Mario puts the main characters of the first part in the U.S There another ordeal starts as the American author and the French police inspector search for a location in Mexico that is mentioned in Nostradamus prophecies With them an apostate of the Corpus Maleficus travels along To make things worse the twelve other members of the Corpus are right behind them and ready kill them and take whatever the three may find in Mexico for their own benefit Trying to shake [...]


  • I kind of liked the first book of this series, so I thought maybe Reading has found something interesting about the Mayan thing But most of the book is just boring driving and the pseudo factual historical content is very light and quite inaccurate, even if compared to DaVinci and stuff If you don t remember the first book very well, you will be confused And the end is maybe the worst ending I ve ever seen.


  • Extremely good written, it s a big pleasure to read this book It s intoxicatingly thrilling and page turning till 3 pages to the end Then or a bit earlier you begin to ask questions why all this, why such suspense Not to spoil the pleasure, I won t go into further details here, but my remark will be this is a book written by a scientist who really did his homework and cared to deliver a very good read to his reader, but I somehow feel it s not the book written by a writer


  • I don t know where to place this one Just a flat novel Feeble story line and weak characterizations, save Abigar de Bale s, and there is no rush of blood whatsoever with the exception of some pages towards the end and it finished abruptly like someone has pulled the plug off while watching a movie One thing I found useful was author s vocabulary As the saying goes never judge a book by its cover


  • Vond het tweede deel, de wederkomst, iets minder spannend dan het eerste deel Waarschijnlijk om dat het verhaal voor mij niet echt soepel in elkaar overvloeid Het verhaal gaat verder met Adam Sabir en de inspecteur Eerst in Frankrijk, later in America en Mexico Geschiedenis gegevens worden weer mooi vervlochten in het verhaal Ook worden er meerdere hoofdpersonen wat meer uitgelicht.


  • So how do I summarize Someone trying to write like Dan Brown, and failing Now, any ten year old with a sense of style could fail at that, but Reading manages to write even worse than Brown, and that takes some serious talent Poor characterization, downright stupid plot, and the language of an inbred hillbilly with somewhat lacking education



  • Todella erikoinen kirja, juoni hyv ja piti otteessaan Mukavasti historiaa mukana, ei liian raskas J nnityst kirjassa riitti ja loppuratkaisussa monta k nnett Suosittelen





  • Read the first one before this It probably would have been enjoyable if I had Interesting though but struggled to like the characters and therefore failed to get 100% engrossed in the story


  • Could have been so much better The book did not leave me wanting to read the previous one, nor make me curious enough to think of picking up the sequel.



  • I love Intelligent thrillers and this certainly is one Reading this book you an also learn something new about Mayan civilization and again this doesn t disappoint.


  • Very poor ending Took a long time to get into this book and then ends unfinished I know that there is a third book but that doesn t excuse this one


  • vry gud descriptions of the old mayan waysa thriller.i really need the first book to make sense of a lot of points in this installment


  • I have tried and tried to read this book It s just not happening for me In fairness I feel the same about a lot of books, so it s no great criticism of the author.


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