The Code Hunters by Jackson Coppley (Book Review #658)

The code hunters is a thriller fiction novel about Nicholas Foxe, an Archaeologist, hearing about a discovery made when a team of expert cavers goes wondering in new Mexico. The massive slab of metal found appears to be far more interesting than what they thought. It is at least ten thousand years old and comes with an unknown inscription.

Slowly but surely, others become interested in the slab, and all come together to follow clues, visit exotic locations, and share a thrilling journey discovering the mystery.

 

The story was complex, and the characters were strong. Many plot twists were keeping the reader intrigued, and towards the end, it felt a little rushed but still satisfying.

 

I believe what stood out the most was the dynamic relationship between the characters — the dialogue between them and how everything was weaved together.

 

I recommend this book to people who like to read action, adventure, and thrills stories.

 

Written by Jeyran Main

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