The Nostradamus Prophecies Paperback
Part of the The Antichrist Series series
Nostradamus wrote a thousand prophecies. Only 942 have survived. What happened to the missing predictions? And what secrets did they contain to make it necessary for them to remain hidden?
Adam Sabir, a writer, sets off to unearth the missing prophecies.
He is accompanied by enigmatic Achor Bale, a member of an ancient secret society that has dedicated itself to the protection of the 'Three Antichrists' foretold in Nostradamus's verses: Napoleon, Adolf Hitler, and the unnamed 'one still to come'...The pair embark on a terrifying chase through the ancient Romany encampments of France in a quest to locate the missing verses.
If they are successful, life will never be the same for Sabir, Bale - or the rest of the world.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 448 pages
- Publisher: Atlantic Books
- Publication Date: 01/08/2009
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9781848871243
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Review by fgaine
Unfortunately, a Dan Brown-styled design cover and a promising title is not enough to make a best-selling thriller. The plot is less about Nostradamus and his lost prophecies (actually pretty much all on that subject is said in the blurb on the back cover) than it is about an endless mind-numbing chase across France between a serial killer and a group of people smarter than him. The serial killer has no psychological depth ( a bit of a paradox there) and the gypsy community is depicted as such a backward and superstitious people that you can barely believe what you are reading. One of the French cops is stuck-up to the point of silliness and the other one is so dumb, xenophobic and narrow-minded that one wonders how he became a police officer. Extremely disapointing. Don't judge the book by its cover!