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The Lucifer Code (Thomas Lourds #2)

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From the bestselling author of The Atlantis Code

A secret scroll remains hidden deep in an ancient sanctuary. It is guarded by a sacred order who await to unleash its true powers and bring doomsday upon mankind.

Only one man - Dr. Thomas Lourds, the world's foremost scholar of ancient languages, who we first met in the bestselling novel The Atlantis Code - can safely bring t

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Kindle Edition, 369 pages
Published (first published January 1st 2010)
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Anish Kohli
Nov 20, 2016 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Umm… 1 second pls…I’ll be right there with you.
I’m wondering….still wondering…. All right, I give up..!!
I have no clue WTF happened in this book and WHY..?? And it hurts, it Physically hurts after getting through this book. Why god why..?? Why did you let me read this..??

This is the second book in the series and it is worse than the 1st one bcz the first one sucked from the page 1, but this book didn’t. It built me up and then pushed me down.

Recently, a Goodreads Librarian lectured me that it i
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Shailesh Rojatkar
Jun 29, 2012 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
The book started off well for me but sadly from then on, it was a downhill journey and after fighting off thoughts of putting the book down never to return to it, I was laughing like crazy at the end of the book.The book really has the most ridiculous climax!!!!

The book never elaborates on the cryptic messages that are a key to unlock the code that is talked about in the book. Its just said that there is a message... a secret society and a bunch of goons both has a copy of that message... and o
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Sarah
Sep 04, 2012 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
"The Lucifer Code" was a fairly interesting book. It was like if you mixed some of Indiana Jones in with a more bookish professor. It was filled with a lot of adventure and questions about why various groups of people were after this professor and why he was the only one who could translate a long lost document. It kept my interest fairly well and I didn't mind the mix of history and religion at all. The book flags at the end, though, to the point where they skip over how much of what the docume ...more
Jenn
Nov 12, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: dnf
I did not finish this book. I was in past 110 pages and the story wasn't going anywhere, I have to say I'm disappointed bc.
Jennifer
Mar 07, 2011 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: mystery
The Lucifer Code is the second book to feature Dr. Thomas Lourds, but the first one I've read. Thomas is rather famous, between being the foremost expert in languages, discovering the lost city of Atlantis and penning a popular novel that make the ladies swoon. Each of these accomplishments goes hand-in-hand with different sides of Thomas's personality. He's a highly educated, intelligent and knows it. He's got a lust for adventure. And he's a ladies man who fancy's himself quite attractive to t ...more
Deniz
Aug 26, 2015 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Öncelikle Dan Brown kalitesinde bir roman bekliyorsanız bu kitap size göre değil arkadaşlar... Maalesef ben o moda girerek okudum kitabı ve hayal kırıklığına uğradım. Keşke takip ettiğim kitap bloglarında bir yorumları tarasaydım dedirtti bana... Kitapta oldukça eksiklikler var. Baş karakterimiz Thomas maşallah nasıl bir adamsa kadınlara olan ilgisi onun tek zayıflığı...Peki bu karşılıksız mı? Tabii ki de değil... Nasıl oluyorsa çevresindeki herkesin ilgisini çekebiliyor. Bu tarz karakterleri se ...more
Matt
Apr 20, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: audiobook
Brokaw's second novel brings our main character back on the scene, newly made famous for his work on the rediscovery of Atlantis and a mainstream '50 Shades-like' novel, with a new discovery in the heart of Turkey. While the reader is tossed back into the world of ancient relics written in long-dead languages, one cannot wonder the extent of the Dan Brown/Sam Bourne influence, especially as the biblical connections rise to the surface. That said, it is the intricate detail in which Brokaw lays o ...more
Bob
Oct 01, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I very much enjoyed the story. Not overly complicated, what I call an easy read. Good characters and much history involved. An entertaining book well worth reading. I look forward to the next in the series.
Jason Golomb
When I got through the first quarter of "Lucifer's Code", I started considering whether I should give this pulp archaeo-historical-thriller four or three stars. The introductory scenes were that good. High action, quick and witty dialogue and a reasonably smart storyline. Honestly, I was teetering on the 4-stars v 3-stars debate through the first half of the book. Unfortunately for me, and for the potential 4-star rating, this is when things started falling apart.

The first half of the book is a
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Mia P'zel
Feb 24, 2017 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Professor Thomas Lourds (and I'm sure Professor is his first name and Tom his middle, given how he's referred to throughout this book) is the best at languages and knowing things. Every woman wants to have sex with Professor Thomas Lourds. Professor Thomas Lourds found Atlantis and banished the Devil with the power of his penis. (Maybe not literally but certainly in spirit, seeing how much this book goes on about Professor Thomas Lourds' lecherous ways.) All hail Professor Thomas Lourds!
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Charles Brokaw is a pseudonym for an author, academic, and college educator living in the Midwest. He’s had a rich and varied life, and is fascinated by history, human accomplishment, and archeology. He began the book The Atlantis Code after seeing an article in a scholarly journal. The piece featured a satellite photo, and pointed out ruins visible in Spain which matched closely the description o ...more
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