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eBook The Ezekiel Code ePub

by Gary Val Tenuta

  • ISBN: 1432706500
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Gary Val Tenuta
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Outskirts Press (August 8, 2007)
  • Pages: 688
  • ePub book: 1470 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1359 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 791

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The Ezekiel Code was my first attempt at writing a novel  . Such a writer would be lucky to sell a hundred copies, total

The Ezekiel Code was my first attempt at writing a novel  . Such a writer would be lucky to sell a hundred copies, total.

Gary Val Tenuta gives Dan Brown a run for his "Lost Symbol" money with "The Ezekiel Code. This book braids so many esoteric concepts together in an exciting page turner that it was hard for me to put it down. As a student of metaphysics for many years, I thought I'd seen it all. But Tenuta surprised me with his unique form of gematria (letters with numeric values that when added together have specific meanings) called cryptonumerology. Numbers become significant to the main character Zeke Banyon on his journey to help save the world, but there is so much more!

The Ezekiel Code book.

The Ezekiel Code book. After taking over as director of a homeless shelter, seminarian dropout Ezekiel Zeke Banyon stumbles upon a mysterious document listing a strange series of phrases and numbers in his predecessor’s office. He and Angela Martin, a recently hired employee of the shelter, become fascinated with the odd phrases and codes.

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2012 is coming... The clock is ticking...The code must be deciphered...And only one man can save the planet...If he can just figure out how...Before it's too late.

Comments

Daigami Daigami
Look, for the most part I like stories like these. Yes, they require a lot of suspension-of-belief stuff, but usually they're fun summer reading.

I wanted to like this book. Really. However I feel that the original "Batman" TV series of the 60s had better dialogue. Steve Berry, James Rollins, hell even Clive Cussler write better dialogue (and more focused stories... and that's saying a lot for a Cussler book).

This probably could've been a much better book if an editor had gone through it with a machete and trimmed down a lot of the excess and forced the author to re-focus what the story is all about. There's just so much rehashing of events and subject matter that take up 80% of the book that when it comes down to the final bit, well, that's the part that might've had more detail. The end of the story just felt incredibly rushed and was frankly very anti-climactic.

SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS:

I mean, really. The "key" is just a key? (and if it was really just a key, how could a cylindrical object actually turn anything? There were no "teeth" with which to turn the "locking mechanism." And if this was to be a huge metaphysical, mind-altering, consciousness-raising event for the human race how could the "event" be the swapping out of the Earth from one dimension to another to avoid total destruction? OK, you saved "our Earth," but destroyed all life on the alternate Earth. How can you posit that the genocide of an entire planet will herald in a new era of higher-consciousness? Yeah, to paraphrase Inigo Montoya... "I do not think this phrase means what you think it means."
Oghmaghma Oghmaghma
This book had a lot of great ideas. You can tell the author put a lot of thought and research into this book. The problem is that ALL of the thought and research goes onto the page. Multiple times.

With aggressive editing, this could be a really great story. Cutting about 50% of the words out would also give it a sense of urgency that it's sorely lacking. Example - the heroes get together and decide there's not much time to put their plan into action. They decide to meet again, but because of their schedules, they can't meet for another two weeks. Huh? The fate of the world is in their hands, but their "schedules" don't allow for them to meet? Oh well - it's only the fate of the world...

There is also a lot of redundancy. Things are explained over and over. There's also a tendency to describe every little action the characters take. At around 600 pages/ 16000 locations (for the Kindle) every single word needs to be justified and must forward the story. That is not the case here.

I didn't hate this book. I loved the ideas presented. But the story came off more as a research paper than a novel. It was interesting enough for me to want to finish, but I don't know if the pay off was worth it. Five stars for the ideas and effort, 1 star for the excessive wordiness.
Thordigda Thordigda
Here's the thing about "The Ezekial Code". It took me several days to read this book, which is very unusual (for me).
There are several places where the technical language and the mathematics escaped me. I kept going.
There could be several paragraphs delineated which would, in many cases, make for easier, perhaps less confusing, reading ...
That being said, this book surpised me with it's incredible take on the [now] 'infamous' date of Dec. 21, 2012. For anyone who has been caught up in this date, and what (exactly) it might mean, I would highly recommend this book. As the story unfolds, more and more makes sense; more and more you "see" what the author is telling you is actually feasible. Or at least I thought so.
GREAT READ - not simple, not easy, but extremely rewarding storytelling for the lucky reader.

Thank you to the Author, who has done a marvelous job in his tale.
Sironynyr Sironynyr
Gary Val Tenuta gives Dan Brown a run for his "Lost Symbol" money with "The Ezekiel Code." This book braids so many esoteric concepts together in an exciting page turner that it was hard for me to put it down. As a student of metaphysics for many years, I thought I'd seen it all. But Tenuta surprised me with his unique form of gematria (letters with numeric values that when added together have specific meanings) called cryptonumerology. Numbers become significant to the main character Zeke Banyon on his journey to help save the world, but there is so much more!

Tenuta deftly weaves synchronicity, alchemy, sacred geometry, levitation, music theory, secret societies, electronic voice phenomenon, deep state trance meditation, out of body experience, multiple universe theory and more into the fast-paced plot. I don't read many books of fiction (I'm a non-fiction lover) but "The Ezekiel Code" was the best of both worlds. This is a well-written, fascinating read. I highly recommend this novel to anyone who enjoys Dan Brown's books and that ilk.
net rider net rider
The overall premise of this book was interesting. I liked most of the story line. Something was always a bit off, however. It bothered me that a Zeke, a former seminarian, knew less than his currently enrolled college girlfriend. Seminary is academically tough. Zeke did not even know how to turn on a computer. I found this so outlandish, it was not believable. How in the world could these characters be so oblivious to the big bad Jesuits surveilling them all the time. They must have been oblivious. I also thought the ending was truly weak.
I kept wanted to like the book and when I was finished with it, I found it an okay read. I just wondered if this was the authors first attempt at a book and why the editor let him get away with so many poor choices. Oh, smoking is so not p/c these days.