Titolo: The Codist
Casa editrice: Tate Publishing
Data di pubblicazione: 2015
Legatura: Soft cover
Condizione libro: New
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Riassunto: Behind the scenes of the Middle East conflict, rages a biblical battle as old as time. The dividing line between the peoples of the world is being formed. Two seemingly innocent teenagers cross paths and a mystery begins to unfold that takes them on a journey through their adult lives.
Jake Aaronson has savant gifting in solving puzzles, codes and cyphers. As the son of a US Diplomat, this Jewish teenager is sent to a boarding school with unusual ties to the intelligence community. His roommate is Hakeem Baba, a Tehran born Muslim, whose father is a Turkish Diplomat to the United States. Their relationship grows and a friendship is forged.
Jake brings Hakeem into his family home, introduces him to his ancestry, and the family legends of their relationship to the Aaron of the Bible. Unbeknownst to the family, Hakeem is on a mission to gather as much information as he can to take back to Tehran. During his visits with the Aaronson family, Hakeem learns of DNA testing to determine Jewish lineage. He also learns of a secret the family has kept for 3,000 years.
Hakeem devoted his life's work to radical Islam and the annihilation of the Jewish people. Jake's career embedded him into the intelligence community in Israel and the US where he is assigned to defeat Hakeem's plans. Once Hakeem's plans were discovered, Jake and his team were deployed to stop him. Their final encounter brings about a chilling transformation and opens the door to the next installment of The Aaron Chronicles, revealing The Mystery Behind Aaron's Robe.
Dal risvolto interno:
"As an avid reader of biblical fiction, I was
absolutely enthralled with the vision and accuracy
of Eric Walker's development of the
theme and characters in The Codist. I have
read all the novels written by Tim LaHaye, Joel
Rosenberg, and other authors of biblical fiction
and am amazed that as a first time author
of fiction, Walker has used his Jewish background
and biblical knowledge in an equal
if not superior manner to these seasoned authors.
In a time when Jewish persecution has
again reared its head, Walker illustrates how
this can happen even among those whom we
love and trust. His knowledge of technology
brings the novel into current day issues when
the public may unwittingly be contributing to
mayhem through our ignorance of the dangers
of the internet. In the development of the
main characters, Jake Aaronson and Hakeem
Baba, the reader is reminded of the battle
between Isaac and Ishmael in a modern era.
This novel is definitely a page turner and one
that once you begin reading you can't stop
until you get to the mind boggling finish. A
must read!!! " S.H.
"The implications of living in a modern world
where people follow leaders like lemmings
and live in the fog of political correctness are
that we fail to see what is happening right under
our eyes. One doesn't have to be religious
to recognize the attempts throughout history
to eradicate the world of the Jewish people.
In The Codist, Eric Walker connects the dots
of the religious and the worldly and takes the
reader on an eye opening journey of how yet
another plot could be executed. The sinister
plot in The Codist is one that leads both Jake
Aaronson and his friend Hakeem Baba down
a powerful, thought provoking and mind boggling
road together, with an ending that will
have you on the edge of your seat waiting for
the second installment in the series. The Codist
is a Joel Rosenberg and Dan Brown type
thriller that will have a lasting impact on the
reader. The battle that began with Isaac and
Ishmael still rages today, and as the prophecies
are fulfilled and the birth pains predicted
in the Scripture get stronger and stronger and
closer together, The Codist is a MUST read.
This story sharpens the reader's sensitivities
to just how real this battle is. Put your seatbelt
on and enjoy the ride!" D. H.
"I am very honored to have the opportunity
to get a sneak peak at The Codist, a riveting,
suspense filled novel by Eric E. Walker. I
could not put the book down! It had my full
attention from the beginning to the very last
sentence at the end. It is filled with action and
suspense. I found myself getting attached to
the characters and getting entangled in their
lives. The wealth of knowledge and technical
information in the world of espionage that
the author has is phenomenal and adds to the
ability to hold you captive as you read each
chapter. I highly recommend this book to
all and look forward, with excitement, to the
next book in the series." D.A.
"Every chapter sets the stage for this provocative
thriller. The characters are so well developed
that you can actually hear their voices.
Jake Aaronson is a combination of Jason
Bourne, Ethan Hunt, and Ben Gates. I could
not put the book down. Entertaining, engaging,
and so very real. A new hero is born!!"
"Eric Walker's new book The Codist touches
the heart and challenges the mind on many
levels. A fast-paced novel with well-developed
characters, it keeps you on the edge of your
seat while exploring topics that come directly
from current news headlines. As a pastor for
30 years I was absolutely convinced that the
story of Aaron's robe was true and I have never
heard of it before. It has been a long time
since a book so totally captured my imagination
in that way. Follow Jake Aaronson from
the cultured wealth of an east coast boarding
school to the front lines of today's war on terror.
It's a journey of self discovery for Jake
and the other characters as they struggle to
fight the forces, both spiritual and physical,
that are arrayed against them. The Codist will
have you asking questions that demand to be
answered." Pastor T.P
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