Sign of the Cross - Chris Kuzneski Reviews
Description:ISBN 0141030844 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Chris Kuzneski / Paperback / 624 Pages / Book is published 2007-04-05 by Penguin ... more
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by - written on 24/11/09 (Very useful, 61 readings)
You can't blame Chris Kuzneski. It must be hard for a new author to get published, so what better way to increase your chances than to ride on the coat-tails of the current literary fad? Which is exactly what he's done; cashing in on the Da Vinci Code to write yet another "religious mystery book". In terms of originality, it's not exactly what the world of popular literature needed and it proves frustrating and interesting in equal measure. The plot ticks just about every cliché box possible. Two former special ops soldiers? Check. University professor on the trail of a religious artefact? Check. Characters with Hidden Secrets and A Past? That would ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/12/09, updated on 15/12/09 (Very useful, 103 readings)
A few weeks ago I was looking in my bookshelves for something good to read before bed but couldn't find anything that I either hadn't read or that took my interest. I ended up rereading an old copy of Empire Magazine. The next time I popped round to my parents house, I mentioned that I was in need of a good book. As it happened, my mum had two books she and my Dad had just read and thought were great. One was a Jeffrey Archer (a great author whatever you think of him) the other by an author I'd never heard of, Chris Kuzneski, called Sign of the Cross. My mum described it as similar to The Davinci Code, quite exciting and easy to read. I borrowed both books. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/09 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Those of you who read my first review since I re-joined the site, on Chris Kuzneski's 'The Lost Throne' will know that he is a write I was instantly taken with. So much so that I hunted down his previous two books, 'Sign of the Cross' and 'Sword of God'. Originally, I began reading 'Sign of the Cross' when I worked at John Lewis. It was after I had began reading Dan Brown's 'Angels and Demons' which soon disappeared while I was half way through, gutted, I searched the shelves for something new to read, and I saw this book, the cover bent from someone carelessly reading it, the embossed lettering on the front, with the subtitle "No Secret will Keep for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/05/09 (Somewhat useful, 10 readings)
Chris Kuzneski is fast becoming one of the best authors in the conspiracy theory/historical DaVinci code style books. The difference, however, over most other books out there is that the central characters are genuine kick ass heroes. There are the accidental heroes in the book as well, but you always know that they will be rescued. This book is a real page turner, and I would strongly recommend that if you are on holiday with it , then you must have a back up. I won't spoil the plot by giving to detailed a synopsis, but it starts with a mysterious of a Priest in Denmark which appears to be unrelated to events taking place in Orvieto, ... Read the complete review
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