Action, suspense, mystery, and a biting thread of humor. What more can you ask from a novel? An intriguing blend of fact, fiction, and theory propel this unique story to a tense and exciting conclusion. I was hooked at the first sentence—literally—and from then on, it was one continuous wild ride.
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Shelves: It could be an interesting story I beg your pardon?!? What I disliked the most is the lack of proper research: talks about European border crossing as if there are actual borders when, in fact, one could drive all the way from Portugal to Greece without having to stop at any border whatsoever!
So yeah I really enjoyed the suspense, the thrill, the mystery and the humor, especially. It had me gripping the book half the time, the thrill and the suspense it gave me. It had me going to bed really early, like 3 or 4 in the morning just to fulfill my desire to know what would happen next.
Sign of the Cross is a fast paced action adventure novel in the vein of Steve Berry, James Rollins, or that guy who wrote the book that annoyed the Pope; what was his name? With everyone hunting for Payne, Jones and their pet archaeologists, and a few murderers running around, who at the Vatican knows and who wants the secret, and do they want it for power or payback? Kuzneski came up in my recommendations because he writes fast paced adventure novels like two of my favourite authors, the previously mentioned Berry and Rollins.
Unlike those two, however, Kuzneski takes all of the same ingredients for a novel, mixes them in an overly large bowl the book is over pages , and manages to make gruel.
Sign of the Cross - By Chris Kuzneski
Sign of the Cross