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The Eighth Day

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"And on the Seventh Day, He rested." --Genesis, 2:2-3 THE EIGHTH DAY is an explosive, compulsively readable novel of suspense that plunges a clever young man into a web of mystery and international deceit, bringing him face to face with the ultimate evil. Danny Cray is a struggling 28 year-old sculptor/video artist who lives in Washington DC. To make ends meet, he does occasional freelance work as a researcher for a large firm of private detectives. When one of their most powerful clients approaches him with a job, the money is too good to resist. All he has to do is learn what a recently deceased university professor was working on when he died. But Danny stumbles on far more than he expected when he discovers that the professor was in touch with the Vatican about a remote tribe of Kurds who worship the Peacock Angel -- Satan. (This tribe does indeed exist.) After others connected to the professor start to disappear, Danny finds himself in great peril and must travel into the ancient land where this tribe still lives in order to discover what is truly at stake in his investigation. A mesmerizing blend of science, religion, history and suspense, THE EIGHTH DAY confirms John Case's position as a master of intelligent commercial fiction. Hide synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 3.000
Hisham

A good read

by Hisham on May 31, 2007

Every book by John Case has a different kind of intrigue and "The Eight Day" is no different. The book takes its time to build up the suspense but its good enough till the last page. More

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