The Bible of Clay by Julia Navarro

The Bible of Clay

byJulia Navarro

Kobo ebook | February 4, 2011

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A compelling new novel that combines past and present in a riveting search for the source of the Book of Genesis itself.

In her provocative second novel, Spanish author Julia Navarro takes readers on an exhilarating journey across centuries and continents, as an upstart archeologist and a murderous group of conspirators vie for a treasure that will rewrite history–an explosive account of the world’s creation recorded millennia ago by a humble scribe onto the legendary Bible of Clay.

Moving back and forth through time, from the tense months preceding the contemporary war in Iraq, to ancient Mesopotamia, to the atrocities of the last century, this tale of vengeance, obsession, and the wholesale plundering of the ancient world’s most priceless treasures is populated by an international cast of political opportunists, ruthless killers, and unsullied seekers of truth. The Bible of Clay is historical fiction at its richest, a sweeping saga that challenges at once both conventional geopolitics and the very foundations of modern religion.

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Title:The Bible of ClayFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:February 4, 2011Publisher:Doubleday CanadaLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0385673965

ISBN - 13:9780385673969

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from The most convoluted novel I have read in recent years There are too many cooks .... and they spoil the broth to the extent that the reader cannot keep track of who is who, and apart from two or three groups of characters, it is is extremely difficult to sort out what their respective individual role is, with the title of the book.
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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Awesome Beginning, then it Fluffs I really had high hopes for this book, I was very disappointed with her last book and decided to give this one a chance. For anyone who has read the last book will know what im talking about. She makes you like most of her characters only to have something happen to them. I finished the Bible of Clay and when I put it down, i asked myself, is this it? I wanted more, I wanted to see someone get their revenge, but nothing. I was disappointed with how she ended it and I hope all her books arent like the last 2
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