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The Einstein Enigma: A Novel Paperback – November 22, 2011
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Princeton, New Jersey, 1951: As a CIA operative watches from the shadows, two old men—Israeli prime minister David Ben-Gurion and world-renowned scientist Albert Einstein—enter Einstein’s home to speak privately about nuclear weapons and the existence of God.
Present Day Cairo, Egypt: Over lunch in the Muslim quarter, world-famous cryptanalyst Thomas Noronha is hired by a beautiful dark-haired woman, Ariana Pakravan, to decipher a cryptogram hidden in a recently discovered secret document under heavy security in Tehran. A manuscript penned by Albert Einstein, it is titled Die Gottesformel: The God Formula.
So begins a remarkable adventure that spans the world, as Thomas and Ariana pursue the dangerous truth behind an incredible document. The Einstein Enigma is a breathtaking fusion of science, thriller, and religion, a mind-bending trip to the source of time, the essence of the universe, and the meaning of life itself.
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astrophysics, mathematics, etc...
Problem is that I also love litterature. Sorry Mr Dos Santos, you are not a writer.
For a moment I thought you may have had a very bad english translator but the structure,the style, the conception of your book are just mediocre. I just kept reading because it was a nice refreshing course on some very interesting subjects.
It seems that you collected some (popular)scientific data and decided to build a novel around it one Saturday afternoon!
Pathetic it even got printed...