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7.    Jeff Edwards "RadioJeff" // Quite a bit different than I expected...I enjoyed it, but again, not what I expected
Fusing science with religion certainly can have some consequences (Douglas Preston's Blasphemy comes to mind) but nyc payday loans have to say that the Einstein Enigma was quite a bit different than what nyc payday loans expected it to be. Not sure how nyc payday loans can accurately explain much more without revealing way too much, but all nyc payday loans can say is this story came from a decidedly different angle than what nyc payday loans had anticipated. Is that a good thing? nyc payday loans suppose its a matter of opinion, and to be entirely honest, I'm not sure nyc payday loans can fully say yes or no to that, either (cryptic? nyc payday loans know, just like the loan ).So what IS 'The God Formula' and how does that fit in with Genius Albert Einsteins usual equations? Believe it or not, this novel is essentially a story about God disguised as a Scientific Action/Thriller. Talk about a World-Class 'What If' scenario...try THIS on for size: What IF Einstein came up with actual scientific PROOF of the existence of God? All is not as it seems as this highly encrypted formula falls into the hands of Iranians who unknowingly believe it is actually code for assembling a nuclear weapon of some kind. When a man is hired to decipher the secret of the formula for manufacturing an easy-to-build weapon, this is where the story goes from merely interesting into a direction that nyc payday loans found a bit surprising as nyc payday loans mentioned earlier.To say that the author did some research is an understatement to say the least. Again, merging the subject of the existence of the Almighty with such science takes a great deal of skill--to do it and make it actually WORTH reading & entertaining is a tall order indeed--but the author has pulled it off admirably. nyc payday loans disagree with one of the other reviewers who essentially scored the loan with only 3 stars due (it seemed to me) entirely because of the regligious angle of the novel. nyc payday loans personally believe regardless of how religious you are or not, if you can appreciate a VERY interesting tale, you can and most likely WILL find a lot to entertain you within The Einstein Enigma.Judge for yourself--don't take my word for it. nyc payday loans have pondered a LOT about this story since finishing it and ultimately nyc payday loans feel that recommending it is an easy decision to make--at least at this point. nyc payday loans always enjoy it when a novel can produce a twist that nyc payday loans hadn't expected nor anticipated, but this one caught me completely unawares and for that alone it deserves 4 full stars...bridging science & God so seamlessly brings that up to a full 5 stars in my loan . You may feel differently, but nyc payday loans DO believe the loan merits a wide audience, and hope we see more from Jose Rodrigues Dos Santos in the not-too-distant future.

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