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The Aleppo Code By Terry Brennan

Updated on November 24, 2015

Disclaimer

I was sent a free copy of The Aleppo Code: A Novel (The Jerusalem Prophecies) by Terry Brennan in exchange only for my honest and unbiased review of The Aleppo Code: A Novel (The Jerusalem Prophecies) by Terry Brennan.

The Aleppo Code: A Novel (The Jerusalem Prophecies) by Terry Brennan

The Aleppo Code: A Novel (The Jerusalem Prophecies) by Terry Brennan will reveal whether the code will be a force of destruction or hope. The Aleppo Code: A Novel (The Jerusalem Prophecies) by Terry Brennan begins with the living members of Tom Bohannon’s band of adventurers gathering together in Jerusalem. The band is battered, tired, challenged spiritually, and in shock over the code which could lead to victory or destruction. The band is being hunted down my assassins from the Prophet’s Guard as they are caught in the web of conspiracy. In the background there is an Israeli/U.S. strike against Iran as well as an economic overthrow.

Source

Terry Brennan

Terry Brennan has two adults sons who both live in Pennsylvania. While Terry Brennan and his wife live in the New York State area. Terry Brennan over the course of his life has:

  • spent 7 years as a sportswriter of the The Philadelphia Bulletin
  • spent 7 years as an editor of The Philadelphia Bulletin
  • Led The Mercury of Pottstown to a Pulitzer Prize in Editorial Writing
  • served as Executive Editor of Ingersoll Publications
  • 12 years as the Vice President of Operations for The Bowery Mission
  • worked for the Christian Herald Association, Inc.
  • Chief Administrative Officer for Care for the Homeless in New York City

Terry Brennan has currently written a few books including:

  1. The Aleppo Code (The Jerusalem Prophecies)
  2. The Sacred Cipher (The Jerusalem Prophecies)
  3. The Brotherhood Conspiracy (The Jerusalem Prophecies)

Review

As I wrote at the top of this hub: "I was sent a free copy of The Aleppo Code: A Novel (The Jerusalem Prophecies) by Terry Brennan in exchange only for my honest and unbiased review of The Aleppo Code: A Novel (The Jerusalem Prophecies) by Terry Brennan."

The Aleppo Code: A Novel (The Jerusalem Prophecies) by Terry Brennan is the only book in the Jerusalem Prophecies series that I have read. This fact made The Aleppo Code: A Novel (The Jerusalem Prophecies) by Terry Brennan rather confusing to me. The Aleppo Code: A Novel (The Jerusalem Prophecies) by Terry Brennan begins by jumping right into the story. There is no chapter that talks about what occurred in the previous book or a list of who all the characters are. Reading The Aleppo Code: A Novel (The Jerusalem Prophecies) by Terry Brennan was a bit like being thrown in to the deep end of a pool and being expected to sink or swim. In the case of The Aleppo Code: A Novel (The Jerusalem Prophecies) by Terry Brennan I rather felt like I was sinking. The plot line was well thought out and it moved at a fast pace which was nice, however I felt like all the characters were strangers to me. I only had their names to go off of and it took me a while to get a feeling of the personality of the character. Once I did I began to truly enjoy reading The Aleppo Code: A Novel (The Jerusalem Prophecies) by Terry Brennan. It is my personal recommendation that anyone interested in the series begins their reading with book one so as to avoid confusion.

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