Monday, August 8, 2016
Easily read in a few hours
Action-packed, The Newton Prophecies takes off in a burst and doesn't stop until the last page. Just when you think you have it figured out, author Katsikas throws another curve ball to keep the reader off balance. Michael Di Bianco is a best-selling author and divinity teacher at the prestigious Harvard University. His research has propelled him to investigate notes written by Sir Isaac Newton over two hundred years ago. Important men are dying while clutching words on a parchment written in Newton's own hand and the FBI is knocking on DiBianco's door looking for answers. This starts off a wild ride that transports the main character on a pursuit for the truth that will span several countries and end in the Holy city itself for a combustible conclusion while delivering a one-two punch.
Well-written and full of exciting chases, The Newton Prophecies will bring to mind Dan Brown and Professor Langdon. Easily read in a few hours, it is both interesting and filled with thrills. A great summer read.
Carole P. Roman