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The Alexandria Link review ↠ 103 ✓ ☃ The Alexandria Link PDF / Epub ✑ Author Steve Berry – Cotton Malone retired from the high risk world of elite operatives for the US Justice Department to lead the low key life of a rare book dealer But his uiet existence is shattered when he receives an Cotton Malone retCotton Malone retired from the high risk world of elite operatives for the US Justice Department to lead the low key life of The Alexandria MOBI #207 a rare book dealer But his uiet existence is shattered when he receives an anonymous e mail “You have something I want You’re the only person on earth who knows where to find it Go get it You have hours If I don’t hear from you you will be childless” His horrified ex wife confirms that the threat is real Their teenage son has been kidnapped When Malone’s Copenhagen bookshop is burned to the ground it becomes brutally clear. Read my full review at Tales Between the PagesI'm starting to think that Steve Berry is a megalomaniac The of his books that I read the I see his fascination with power and self importance I keep reading him because I expect his stories to get better I like Cotton Malone I really do Thus I go backWith that being said The Alexandria Link sounded promising I've always been fascinated by its secrets Is it still out there Did any of it survive However what I realized about half way into the book is that it's just another one of Berry's attempts to destabilize religion I normally wouldn't have a problem with this but THREE out of the five books that I've read has tried to destabilize religion in some way shape or form It's getting a bit old I find myself saying Yeah yeah the Bible is flawed We know that a bit too much with his booksSo what did I like you ask There were moments where I forgot about all of the things I'm griping about and truly enjoyed reading I like Stephanie and Cassiopeia's story line I'm a sucker for a government thriller In fact I'd would have rather like Berry to go that route instead of the path he did choose I also liked the riddles and the uests Seeing Cotton try and figure out the hero's uest was pretty interesting I did think they solved it a bit too uick There weren't enough real obstacles in his way just men with guns They're easily taken care ofOverall the story is fun It also gets you thinking But if you've read a lot of these religion has secrets novels like I have you'll find The Alexandria Link formulaic and pretty unremarkable

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Perate to breach the library’s hallowed halls–and only Malone possesses the information they need to succeed At stake is an explosive ancient document with the potential not only to change the destiny of the Middle East but to shake the world’s three major religions to their very foundations Pursued by a lethal mercenary Malone crosses the globe in search of answers His uest will lead him to England and Portugal even to the highest levels of American government–and the shattering outcome deep in the Sinai desert will have worldwide repercussions From the Hardcover edition. Okay another Steve Berry book that gives mixed signals Just like the Dan Brown stuff he tries to discredit everything you think that you know about religion In this one he has St Jerome intentionally manipulating the Old and New Testaments He also has the Old Testament lands actually in Asia and says that no ancient texts really exists of any biblical writings before 900 ADor CE if you prefer He also states that there is not archeaological evidence that Isreal is really where any of the bible took placeHe seems to forget all about the Dead Sea Scrolls which contain parts of every Old Testament book but Esther Hadrian's wall the tunnels and wells beneath Jerusalem and everything else that is chronicled nicely in Biblical Archeaology Review in every issueBerry is a great story teller and needs to stick to the story and stop trying to tear down religion In this book he goes after Christians Jews and Moslems with great fury Jews being his greatest target

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The Alexandria LinkThat those responsible will stop at nothing to get what they want And what they want is nothing less than the lost Library of AlexandriaA cradle of ideas–historical philosophical literary scientific and religious–the Library of Alexandria was unparalleled in the world But fifteen hundred years ago it vanished into the mists of myth and legend–its vast bounty of wisdom coveted ever since by scholars fortune hunters and those who believe its untold secrets hold the key to ultimate powerNow a cartel of wealthy international moguls bent on altering the course of history is des. The Alexandria Link is the 2nd book in the Cotton Malone series After uncovering The Templar Legacy Cotton along with his friends Henrik and Stephanie as well as his ex wife Pam and son Gary – is on the hunt for the lost Library of Alexandria Of course what search for something of such historical significance would be complete without a couple of governments a few bad guys and a cartel of wealthy international moguls chasing you throughoutCotton and Pam are brought into the search after their son is abducted Cotton receives an email threatening his son’s life if information he has is not turned over in 72 hours It is Cotton’s knowledge of an event 5 years ago that the kidnappers are after and are willing to do whatever they have to in order to get it from CottonI rated the 1st book in the series The Templar Legacy 375 stars This book was a much better read There was better action a stronger plot and characters who were much likable this time around There was a good balance between historical fact and fictionRating 45 stars