The Newton Code
“Cunningly plotted and masterfully written.”
- Readers’ Favorite.
In a tunnel under the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, Michael, a teacher of investigative journalism, has to confront a powerful opponent. Will he succeed in his race against time? Will he prevail in his attempt to stop Armageddon?
To succeed in his mission, Michael must delve into ideas, measurements, and calculat...more
Fialkov, whose novel The Broadcast was named one of 2019’s Best Thrillers of the Year, has created a worthy follow-up. Through alternating chapters told in the present and ~1000 B.C., Fialkov demonstrates the irony of how doomsday ...more
The Newton Code is a fun read. Fialkov does not waste any time setting the stage for this mystery thriller. Our main character, Michael, teaches Journal ...more
If so, then you will enjoy reading the book entitled, "The Newton Code: A Mystery Thriller" by Liam Fialkov. It is a great read!
Michael is asked by Stewart McPherson to help "prevent an international catastrophe." Stewart, an investigative journalist, believes a religious cult leader named Charles Bishop is involved in freezing millions of computers around the world for thirteen minutes at 1:00 pm while he posts religious messages. He also knows that, "Bishop and h ...more
In "The Newton Code: A Mystery Thriller," author Liam Fialkov introduces his readers to two important characters that would impact the world in such a big way, Michael and Charles B ...more
Michael is a teacher of journalism and a journalist himself. Things are pretty normal until a colleague drops a massive story into his inbox. There is a small sect of people who have chosen to complete a job Sir Isaac Newton only dreamed of. They want to rebuild Solomon's Temple.
Solomon's Temple was one of the most beautiful structures ever built, the stories say. King Solomon was very wise and influential. People came from many places just to get advice f ...more
The Newton Code, by Liam Fialkov, is an incredible realistic feeling, science fiction thriller, that is layered with history, religion, and theology. This is the kind of science fiction I love. It is written in such a believable realistic way that is blurs the lines between history, religion, fiction, and fact. The more immersed you become the more difficult it is for the text to read as science fiction.
The Newton Code, grips you from the very beginning and doesn’t let go until ...more
Fans of writers such as Dan Brown will enjoy this momentous thriller about a cult lead by an American military hero to precipitate Armageddon and the end of the world by constructing the temple of Solomon after destroying the Muslim shrine, The Dome of the Rock.
Michael is a professor of journalism and a happily married man, but all of this changes when his old mentor and friend, Mc Pherson ...more
Michael is tapped to investigate a strange phenomenon: for 13 minutes, a ...more
At first I didn't know what to expect reading this but I love mystery thrillers. He starts off pulling you in from the very beginning, ready for the next page. I honestly did not like how at first I was getting into the chapters, really interested in the story, then the next chapter would change. By the time I got to chapter four it made since though. I could see the stories were tied together but still not clear as to how which keep the mystery going. He gave such great details t ...more
Characters from the author's previous book are reintroduced to tell us this mystery story. Veteran investigative journalist Stewart McPherson embeds his partner Michael Evans into a Christian cult led by former war hero Charles Bishop, who wants to generate the secon ...more
This is just a page turner novel written by the author, Liam Fialkov. Being a mystery thriller book, it was really fun and exciting reading from the start to the end of the book. It was awesome to say since I had no time to put the book down. The author writes a well enticing book.
In the part of character selection, it was well worth and a great skill indeed. He never failed in defining the roles of each character making the book eye captivating for the reader throughout the en ...more
The story goes about a professor named Michael who is contacted by McPherson, a journalist, to investigate a black out of all of the technology and devices in the US. In this black out, computers were showing a strange message that Michael will have to unveil. That mission is ...more
Usually science and religion are controversial topics but Liam Fialkov does a wonderful job at giving us this thriller that will have readers turning each page with a new idea.
This book really captured me and I believed in the characters, felt sadness for their troubled lives and wanted good to win, of course. The way each character is portrayed and discussed as well as described, gives us a better understanding of the story. Is it A quick read as its 49 chapters ...more
The authors first book, The Broadcast, is referenced in this one, and that one now sounds more interesting to me than The Newton Cod ...more
I loved this book and couldn't put.it down I stayed up all.night to finish it . I give it 5 stars. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to go on an adventure. That is how I felt when reading it. ...more
Combining real elements of Newton's science and religion with a plot to change history, the story grabs you slowly to start and reaches can't put down speed for a pleasing finish.
Having studied Newton's life before, many story pieces fit my memories. The several side stories of Jewish history added interesting dimensions enriching the main story. Excellent book. ...more
I returned from our Middle East trip in late February and reading your book about the Holy Mount and the various areas in that city I was taken back to our experiences. You wove a very interesting thriller that kept me turning the pages to move the story along quickly to its conclusion. Excellent read.
Was an extremely quick read.
Provided good background of Jerusalem over the centuries.
The cult factor was very interesting as it was seen through the light of comraderie and co-existence rather than just a straight brain washing.
Newton’s codes are just a way to give the book a catchy name.
The author draws the reader into the drama of cult and possible disaster. I was surprised with the blind acceptance of divine results in the story. The author successfully engages a reader with facts and fiction well deserving of the rating.