rating: 2 of 5 stars
Yet another in the "Da Vinci Code" genre: this one has more than a little reality poking in (the details of John Dee's interests, the Christian Zionists, etc.) but overall? Please. The cleverness of the riddles was lost in the denseness of the prose; the coincidences and synchronicity were just too perfect; and the time-travel device was ill-used. I was glad that the two main characters were not the ones continually bowled over by the incredible revelations, but their complete blahness struck me as false.
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