The 2012 Codex

The 2012 Codex Best Read || [Gary Jennings Robert Gleason Junius Podrug] - The 2012 Codex, The Codex In the arid canyonlands of Mexico the race is on for the ultimate end of the world codex the final year old prophesy of the god king Quetzalcoatl who ruled Mexico years ago Rita Critchlow
  • Title: The 2012 Codex
  • Author: Gary Jennings Robert Gleason Junius Podrug
  • ISBN: 9780765322609
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Hardcover

The 2012 Codex Best Read || [Gary Jennings Robert Gleason Junius Podrug], The 2012 Codex, Gary Jennings Robert Gleason Junius Podrug, The Codex In the arid canyonlands of Mexico the race is on for the ultimate end of the world codex the final year old prophesy of the god king Quetzalcoatl who ruled Mexico years ago Rita Critchlow and Cooper Jones hunt for that sacred codex in those scorching desert canyons while years ago Pacal a young slave scholar sets out on the same deadly quest He too mIn the arid c The 2012 Codex Best Read || [Gary Jennings Robert Gleason Junius Podrug] - The 2012 Codex, The Codex In the arid canyonlands of Mexico the race is on for the ultimate end of the world codex the final year old prophesy of the god king Quetzalcoatl who ruled Mexico years ago Rita Critchlow
  • The 2012 Codex Best Read || [Gary Jennings Robert Gleason Junius Podrug]
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The 2012 Codex

About Author

  1. Gary Jennings led a paradoxically picaresque life On one hand, he was a man of acknowledged intellect and erudition His novels were international best sellers, praised around the world for their stylish prose, lively wit and adventurously bawdy spirit They were also massive often topping 500,000 words and widely acclaimed for the years of research he put into each one, both in libraries and in the field.Jennings served in the Korean War, where he was awarded the Bronze Star Medal a decoration rarely given to soldier reporters and a personal citation by South Korean President Syngman Rhee for his efforts on behalf of war orphans.Where the erudition came from, however, was something of a mysterycmillan author garyje

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  1. I think this is part of a series, but there s no indication anywhere in the book that s the case But they ve written another book with 2012 in the title and the modern parts feel like part of a series.The book tells two stories, one story is that of Pacal, a Mayan in the time of Montezuma The other is set in the modern day Pacal s story is interesting and comprises the bulk of the book There are different cultures to explore and political intrigue view spoiler I do have a quibble with the love s [...]


  2. Few Part Two s seem to measure up to the expectations of the successful first production in any medium In this particular case, Gary Jennings has hit another home run Building upon the vastly entertaining first book, Jennings brings us a new saga in the dual universe historical adventure On the one hand, we read of the ancient s quest to locate the long hidden codex, to unravel the prophecy of Mayan destruction the destruction of the ancient One World then on the other hand we read modern day ur [...]


  3. I love Gary Jennings, and I very much wanted to like this book I just couldn t I had to stop about 1 3 through for fear of muddying my memories of Gary Jennings great work Aztec, Journeyer with this merest shadow that stakes a claim on his name.This is the newest of several books written by his former editor and another author These new books state that the stories come from extensive notes and treatments that were found after Jennings death The first book in this Codex series, isn t altogether [...]


  4. There are two parts to this book One part in Mayan TimesThe other in Modern times.The Mayan portion is a pretty decent story that is not too bad If the whole book had followed the Jaguar Oracle though his journey it would have been a 4 star bookSadly tho there is the parallel Modern Story, and oh my word was that ever such a poorly written, constructed, and paced price of rubbish Fight scenes written by some one that has never seen or read anything about gunsa plot line with no connection to the [...]


  5. Well I am new to this authors writings, what I had read of the two books that apparently where written by other s in his name after his death make me wish to actually read of the authors orginal works The 2012 Codex was not as good as the first one, but it had me caught up enough within the writing to actually get though it from start to finish, though I do admit not to reading most of the modern day parts of the book and only really reading the ancient parts I just didn t get into the current [...]


  6. oh come ON stupid ending The Gary Jennings part is wonderful, though it could have used some editing, and it no way near compares to his masterpiece Aztec The modern parts very likely not a Jennings creation are interesting, especially the global climate analysis, though the writing is a little annoyingly intense as are the characters Also, I ve never seen the word scintillate used that many times in a book Seriously Instead of Jack Phoenix and women whose names are shortened to make the ladies [...]


  7. Some glimpses of what would have been if Gary Jennings had lived to finish it, but overall a barely readable book Shame that the legacy of Aztec, one of the best historical novels ever written, is being exploited by those who would make money off the author s good name.


  8. Author could have made stronger and interesting ties between the ancient story and the modern story The characters in the modern story were wafer thin and totally uninteresting, and they ended up not doing anything The ancient story was a fun read


  9. The book is written in two points of view ancient and modern The ancient style wasn t bad, but the modern was not interesting and didn t seem very fleshed out I would have preferred to read a book just from the ancient side.


  10. Certainly wasn t really Gary Jennings in any way Global warming scarey sum up, however, enough to compete with his nightmare images in Aztec and all.



  11. Fast paced entertainment.Essentially, given a catalyst war terrorism, disease, drought climate change, asteroids, etc society civilization will collapse like a house of cards Mad max style.





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