- Paperback: 336 pages
- Publisher: 47North (1 August 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1477829407
- ISBN-13: 978-1477829400
- Product Dimensions: 14 x 2.5 x 21 cm
- Average Customer Review: 13 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,59,160 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Einstein Prophecy Paperback – 1 Aug 2015
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About the Author
Robert Masello is an award-winning journalist, television writer, and bestselling author of many novels and nonfiction books. His most recent novels, published in more than a dozen languages, include The Romanov Cross, The Medusa Amulet, and Blood and Ice. His guide to composition, Robert's Rules of Writing, has been adopted in many college classrooms. His articles, essays, and reviews have appeared in prominent publications such as the Los Angeles Times, New York magazine, People, Newsday, and the Washington Post. A long-standing member of the Writers Guild of America, he has taught and lectured at colleges and universities nationwide, including the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. He also served as visiting lecturer in literature at Claremont McKenna College for six years. A native of Evanston, Illinois, he now lives and works in Santa Monica, California.
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I thought this book must be about something Prof. Einstein's scientific work.
Wow, what a storyline. After reading this, I can definitely understand what evil is, its not you, its not them, not us, its me. Always will be. Same as good. But only difference between good and evil is Vanity. One has no need of it, and the other cannot survive without it.
That's why its the devil's favourite sin...
This is something everyone should read, not for the science's sake, or Einstein's sake, but for yours.
I would love to know more about what he said with his dying breath in German.
The climax was really touching, that letter from Einstein to Russell, his dying request to humanity.
In my opinion, I think with all the nuclear armament around the world, the world leaders, especially N. Korea, should pay heed to humanity's need & not country's prestigious standing in global standards.
Our neighbours aren't evil, they are just our reflection, for we are the evil and they only reciprocate...
The moment we understand this, I think humanity would be proved to be a much better species overall, one that we have failed to prove in all these generations.
Set during the Second World War in 1944, the story revolves around the discovery of a mysterious relic, an ancient Egyptian ossuary, in Germany by American soldier Lt. Lucas Athan. Thought to be stolen by Hitler, the relic containing unexplained items and human skeletal remains was brought to Princeton, New Jersey, where it was thoroughly studied. And there seems to be unexplained deaths connected with the mysterious ossuary. Egyptian scholar Simone Rashid, who along with her father first unearthed the relic, joined Lucas in Princeton where Albert Einstein was also working in the same campus on a secret project. And they must solve the mystery before it is too late.
The Einstein Prophecy by Robert Masello promises a lot of excitement and thrill but as the story unfolds, some of the early expectation gave way to a sense of predictability and though the story moved along at a swift speed, there seems to be stunted progression in how it moves forward, and at one point it seems to be breaking apart at the seams. There are various threads in the story but all tied up in the end. The romance between Lucas Athan and Simone Rashid added a delightful flavour to the story. Like the unexplained mystery which resulted in several deaths, The Einstein Prophecy ended up coming short of expectation though it is still an enjoyable and engaging supernatural thriller.
A must read for all who love exciting, suspenseful and mystic writing .
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