--The Book Review
From the Back Cover
What would you do if you discovered your name was encoded in the Bible?
It Doesn't Matter.
What you will do and how you will die has also been foretold.
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The title is a terrible misnomer - a come-on, if you will. The writing style is very immature and the book is so predictable and boring, I didn't bother finishing it.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The author created a story that both entertained, and also gave the reader much to ponder. A fadt read. I look forward to reading Mr. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Steven B Kosoy
I expected/hoped that The Torah Codes would be a companion book to Torah Codes End to Darkness DVD (a DVD found through the BreakingIsrealNews.com website). Read morePublished 7 months ago by M Jones
This is a great first novel by a promising writer! Very enjoyable as "Jewish fiction" without demanding much Judaism on the part of the reader. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mr Davies
I might have given this a higher rating if there hadn't been so many references to Dan Brown in the reviews and in the book itself. Read morePublished 10 months ago by J. Reed
Slow read in the beginning almost stopped reading it. The book got a little better as it progressed.Published 10 months ago by D. Krupnick