The Revelation Code: A Novel

The Revelation Code A Novel For fans of James Rollins and Matthew Reilly comes the next exciting globe trotting adventure in Andy McDermott s explosive series featuring American archaeologist Nina Wilde and ex SAS bodyguard Edd

  • Title: The Revelation Code: A Novel
  • Author: Andy McDermott
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  • Page: 430
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  • For fans of James Rollins and Matthew Reilly comes the next exciting, globe trotting adventure in Andy McDermott s explosive series featuring American archaeologist Nina Wilde and ex SAS bodyguard Eddie Chase The book of mankind s creation holds the key to its ultimate destruction In the heart of Iraq, on the eve of Operation Iraqi Freedom, a CIA special forces uniFor fans of James Rollins and Matthew Reilly comes the next exciting, globe trotting adventure in Andy McDermott s explosive series featuring American archaeologist Nina Wilde and ex SAS bodyguard Eddie Chase The book of mankind s creation holds the key to its ultimate destruction In the heart of Iraq, on the eve of Operation Iraqi Freedom, a CIA special forces unit meets with Arab rebels near long hidden ancient ruins, a place from which the Americans are direly warned to stay away But team member Ezekiel Cross doesn t listen and makes an astounding discovery one worth killing for Now Cross is a ruthless cult leader on an ominous mission Convinced that he s unlocked the secrets of the Bible s Book of Revelation, he s determined to gather four stone angels that will trigger God s promised End of Days And he s not alone A former U.S president, with a vision of all out religious warfare, plays a role in the dark plot But while Cross may have the clues to tracking down the remaining angels, he hasn t been able to match them to real world locations For that he has coerced famed archaeologist Nina Wilde into assisting him, using her husband, ex special forces soldier Eddie Chase, as collateral With Eddie held hostage, Nina is forced to recover relics of untold power from Rome to Israel But she must find a way to halt Cross s mad quest Because the last piece of the puzzle is at hand and with it comes the most terrifying revelation of all Praise for the novels of Andy McDermott Raises the bar to please adventure junkies who prefer to mainline their action Publishers Weekly starred review , on The Hunt for Atlantis A fun, action filled James Bond Indiana Jones esque story Geek Speak Magazine, on Return to Atlantis Adventure stories don t get much epic than this Daily Mirror U.K.

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      Published :2019-05-15T06:41:25+00:00

    About "Andy McDermott"

    1. Andy McDermott

      Andy McDermott was born in Halifax, West Yorkshire, and now lives in Bournemouth As a journalist and magazine editor, amongst other titles he edited DVD Review and the iconoclastic film publication Hotdog Andy is now a full time writer.

    575 thoughts on “The Revelation Code: A Novel”

    1. While the Nina Wilde & Eddie Chase novels may not exactly be great literature, and are in no great danger is winning Andy McDermott a Pulitzer Prize, they are fantastic escapism adventures. Combining a little bit of Jack Bauer, Indiana Jones, and Dirk Pitt, they're globetrotting treasure hunts with the fate of the world at stake.The Revelation Code is actually the 11th installment in the series, but they're all written with enough background detail to make them work as stand-alone adventures [...]


    2. There's not much I love more than going on WILD adventures, CHASING bad guys and solving puzzles with the Wilde Chase family! My hat off to you as per usual Mr McDermott. Fabulous!


    3. I love the Nina and Eddie series so much and this, the eleventh, is every bit as fabulous as I'd expected. Absolute belter of a thriller!


    4. 2002 - southern iraq. a cia operation and ancient ruins r found concealing a strange statue. cross - the sole survivor - is convinced it represents one of the 4 angels prophesied in the book of revelation and so he steals it and begins his mission from god present day - ny. nina wilde, a renowned archaeologist, is kidnapped and has to assist cross in finding the remaining 3 angels. they contain a poisonous gas that can annihilate hundreds if not thousands and it is down to her and her husband ed [...]


    5. I was really looking forward to this book, and it wasgood. Perhaps my expectations were to high, it just didn't seem to be what I was hopping for. It had everything that makes these book great fun; action, Eddie's jokes, kidnapping, and someone who wants to take over the world. There was less archeology then previous books, which I missed. It's almost as if that was thrown in at the last minuet. I couldn't even imagine Josh Gates being involved in this plot. My biggest grief was the antagonist w [...]


    6. This is no literary prize winner herebut good lord it's an action-packed, heart-stopping wild ride. And I love it. You always know what to expect from Andy McDermott and he never fails to deliver. Love Eddie and Nina to deathcially in this book which also gives us some peeks at their leap into parenthood!! Bravo.


    7. This is a solid entry into the Chase/Wilde series with a good plot, action and pace, but having said that, I feel there's something missing. Not too sure what it is, and there's some repetitive dialogue, especially with Nina reminding us that she's pregnant and wants food. Nina is a good character but come across a bit annoying and patronizing in this entry. Still, overall this book is well-researched and entertaining.


    8. I really enjoy these books! Always a quick and non stop read! The problem I have with this one is the whole baby thing I really hope the next one will be all about the baby, cause honestly? I really don't care about it.


    9. The book was very well written it kept the reader guessing throughout. It had a good mixture of real life and some extremes but the reader could relate to and feel part of the story. Enjoyed overall


    10. I loved it! I loved the struggles that Nina was going through with her and Eddie as it brought an element of realism and though they were separated for most of the story, I felt so bad for both of them. I loved this book. A complete page turner! Laughed at most bits, shouted at others as I really hated the main bad guy, as we all go. New York is saved again!


    11. Nina and Eddie seem to be able to turn an archaeological find into chaos and mayhem at the drop of a hat. This is no different, although they are forced into the situation by a religious fanatic. Can they survive the car and boat chases and out of control blimps to save the world once again? Will their baby be a boy or a girl? These questions are all answered in typical high action fashion.


    12. Great, once again! Thrill ride roller coaster from first to last page, yep! With a guy ripping out the larynx of another guy with his teeth, brains being spread over a windshield, another guy falling through the rotor of a helicopter, and a happy ending after all. Yep, great! Next one's coming?


    13. Like Dan Brown, only with dialogue that doesn't make you cringe. Or Matthew Reilly, but without the excessive use of exclamation marks. Thoroughly enjoyed pretty much all eleven of these so far, and I'm just about to start number 12.


    14. Another quick witted fast paced read from Andy McDermott. The way he weaves his characters and different locations he sends them to makes you feel like you are there with Eddie and Nina.


    15. Brilliant stuff. Captivating and thought-provoking. It made me read up quite a bit about religious texts. I was really pleased with the storyline and the smoothness of his writing.



    16. good adventure both kidnapped, Nina forced to help Cross or Eddie was tortured, and she’s pregnant! enjoyed the read and hope there is another!


    17. Nina and Eddie are great protagonists - fun in the way that Dirk Pitt is. Not great literature, but a rolicking adventure!



    18. It's action packed, but a little different than his other books. Didn't like seeing Nina as a madwoman because she's pregnant.


    19. Ticked all the boxes that I wanted it to tick. A good read for traveling, just a chill out, no nonsense action novel.


    20. Andy McDermott is one of the only archaeological adventure novelists I read. The writers of this genre are wide ranging in skill, with Dan Brown being the bottom of the barrel, but McDermott always keeps me engaged somehow. His writing isn’t great by an stretch, his plots are fairly predictable, and his characters leave much to be desired, but the pacing and ridiculous action keep me reading for hours on end.Before reading this eleventh novel in the series I attempted to reread the entire seri [...]


    21. he Revelation Code by Andy McDermottGot my hands on a ARC courtesy of Net Galley. My humble thanks to the publisher & author for making this avaible to me in exchange for a honest and unbiased review.Now, since I read the last two books in this series back to back I have a better understanding of the relationships between the two main characters. Wilde and Chase are back and this time they are dragged back into relic hunting unwillingingly when a crazy evangelist kidnaps Chase in order to fo [...]


    22. The Revelation Code by Andy McDermott is a highly recommended action/adventure thriller that is addictively entertaining.As the eleventh book in the series featuring American archaeologist Nina Wilde and ex-SAS bodyguard Eddie Chase, most fans of the series are going to know the characters by now and understand that the action will be non-stop. "Yes, you two do seem to be an almost magnetic draw for megalomaniacs, murderers, and terrorists." Exactly!This time Ezekiel Cross is a cult leader who t [...]


    23. “The Revelation Code” eBook was published in 2016 and was written by Andy McDermott (andy-mcdermott). Mr. McDermott has published 15 novels with this being the eleventh in his “Nina Wilder and Eddie Chase” series. I received a galley of this novel for review through netgalley. I categorize this novel as ‘R’ because it contains scenes of Violence and Mature Language. The novel is set in a variety of locations in the US, the Caribbean, and the Middle East. The primary characters are ar [...]


    24. I liked this one a lot better than the previous. Except it seems that one or both of them are always getting kidnapped and have to be rescued. The theme is getting boring. Just go discover something and rescue someone else. And again we have another stupid, delusional politician. Wait, they’re all like that.Meanwhile the premise for this interested me. While I don’t personally agree with the way the prophet interpreting Revelation (as Nina said: he was being subjective in what to use and wha [...]


    25. I was given an ARC of this book via Netgalley in return for an honest review.I love these type of books, have read several by Andy McDermott and can't get enough of them. I like that fiction is mixed with fact (if you can call information in the bible fact) so that what happens in the book could possibly happen. I love the adventure and the non stop action keeping me sat on the edge of my seat experiencing the action moment by moment. The pace never slowed but kept getting faster and faster, my [...]


    26. Despite getting this book shortly after it came out, I had failed to get around to reading it - what a mistake.The story seamlessly follows on from the previous adventures of Wilde & Chase: the wonderful discoveries, the loss of friends, and the reintroduction of previous enemies. Nina's pregnancy adds a further dimension, showing a more thoughtful side of her personality and leading her to question the choices she's made. As always, Eddie is on hand with inspirational Yorkshire logic, a goo [...]


    27. Once again Andy McDermott's latest Wilde/Chase adventure rates 5 stars. It's the familiar non-stop race against the bad guys that kept me on the edge of my seat to the extent that I'm not sure I took a breath during the last half of the book. Sure, some of it's farfetched but, as I've said in reviews of other series entries, that's what makes it so much fun. It was a bit predictable if you're a fan but there were still plenty of thrills and surprises including an unexpected discovery. Nina is pr [...]


    28. This is the first book I've read by this author. And I'm glad I did. Just reading about the plot alone was good enough for me to pick up this book. It explores the apocalyptic tale about four angels being released in Revelation. This book carries all the trademarks of a blockbuster read. The villain is good enough to be formidable and just crazy enough to carry out his doomsday plan. The heroes - Nina and Eddie - are a lot of fun and the dialogue they display is ceaselessly witty and funny. The [...]


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