Brownstone

Brownstone The key to the world s fate discovers a devastating secret divinely hidden since the days of Genesis as he seeks out his family s murderer only to find that a clandestine organization plans to resh

  • Title: Brownstone
  • Author: Dean Kutzler
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 291
  • Format: ebook
  • The key to the world s fate discovers a devastating secret, divinely hidden since the days of Genesis, as he seeks out his family s murderer, only to find that a clandestine organization plans to reshape humanity on the heels of destruction.When Jack Elliot returns to New York City to pay respect to his dying uncle it s a race against time He gets than he bargained fThe key to the world s fate discovers a devastating secret, divinely hidden since the days of Genesis, as he seeks out his family s murderer, only to find that a clandestine organization plans to reshape humanity on the heels of destruction.When Jack Elliot returns to New York City to pay respect to his dying uncle it s a race against time He gets than he bargained for when he finds himself entrenched in not one, but two murder cases where he s the prime suspect.What Jack doesn t know is that amidst all the murder, an organization created from the beginning of time has been patiently waiting for him If they find him, the world will be immeasurably changed and most certainly not for the better.What does an organization as old as creation want with Jack Elliot Does Jack prove his innocence Read the first book in the exciting new series, Brownstone, and discover the true facts that will shock the world

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    1. I found this book to be amazing The detail that is put into descriptions gives you the ability to visualize it yourself. I can not wait for the rest of the books in the series to come out. I could not put Brownstone down. It kept me intrigued through out. This author did a wonderful job of keeping you interested and keeping you guessing.

    2. This was an awesome book! Look out, Dan Brown. You've finally met your match! It lags a little in the beginning, but when it picks up, it doesn't let off the thrills. There are a bunch of twists and some REAL facts that will blow your mind if you're religious. Can't wait for the next book in this series.

    3. This is not the genre of book I am typically drawn to. I often read on my kindle when I put my toddler down for his nap. I found myself reading this book long after my son had fallen asleep. I had a list of other things I could be doing, but I just kept reading in the dark.The book has good tension throughout that will make you want to keep reading. The main character is likable.I also enjoyed the seamless tie-in of research. This is often boring or jarring in books, but I was hooked on learning [...]

    4. Review of the audible version of the book*This book was phenomenal. I'm usually into fantasy or sci-fi so modern books are outside my comfort zone but I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The only thing that could be improved on would be sometimes the narrator feels slightly choppy. I do listen at 1.5 times speed so that could be part of it. This generally wasn't even an issue throughout most of the book. I loved the story and the characters. I'm excited to start book 2 next!This review was in exchan [...]

    5. Surprises right up to the end!I had a bit of trouble getting into the story, but I'm very glad I stuck it out through the end. I think a big part of the problem was that I wasn't reading from an actual book. I know that e-books tend to have some problems with typos and that throws me off badly. But, if you like thrillers, you'll love this book! I can't wait to start the second book in the series and I look forward to all of the books in this series (including any short stories related to Jack El [...]

    6. I was given the opportunity to listen to an audiobook version of this book & chose to review it.I enjoy books like "The Da Vinci Code" and those written by authors like Andy McDermott & John Rollins which delve into historical possibilities involving archeological artifacts. I thought that this book would be in the similar style.First of all, the Audible version was SO SLOW that I had to speed up my Kindle in order to keep from falling asleep! At 1.25 speed, I was able to tolerate listen [...]

    7. This wants to be a new Da Vinci Code, with biblically inspired mystery, complete with furtive priests and secret chambers. It's okay and, for the most part, kept my interest, but I think it would have been better about 25% shorter without so much hither and thither-ing. It falls short on both the new revelations (the story of Lilith as Adam's first wife should hardly be new to most people) and mystery (much of what unfolds is easily guessed at well in advance), and the rest feels a little far fe [...]

    8. I won this book through . I loved this book! Dan Brown has some competition. I highly recommend this book . I can't wait to read the sequel!

    9. Audible version. I enjoyed the story and the characters in the book. It started a little slow, but once the main story started, it moved at a great pace. The book had a solid ending and didn't feel like an unfair cliffhanger. The narration was a little slow and the volume a little low for my taste. I had to increase the speed to 1.5x to make it sound normal for me. I would recommend this book if you are into Historical thrillers.

    10. Great read!I really enjoyed this book, it grabbed me from the first page and never let go! I can't wait for Jacks next adventure.

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