Required Reading

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Thursday, February 11, 2016

The Codex by Douglas Preston


This is not a treatise on bad parenting but it could be.  A giant of a man (in his own mind) lays out a daunting task for his sons.  The tale is a combination of Indiana Jones and the Rockford Files.

The story focuses more on Tom and Sally than it does on the other brothers and father.  There is a despicable villain that behaves predictably and a secondary villain that does not.  

There is Wall Street drama with jungle terrors, snakes, tombs, a lost city and automatic weapons with enough action to satisfy most adrenaline junkies.  

It was an entertaining book.

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