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  • Paperback: 640 pages
  • Publisher: Atlantic Books (1 Dec. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0857896660
  • ISBN-13: 978-0857896667
  • Product Dimensions: 19.6 x 12.7 x 5.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 437,917 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Mario Reading was born in Dorset, and brought up in England, Germany, and the South of France. He was educated at Gorse Cliff Preparatory School, followed by Rugby School, and then went on to study Comparative Literature under Malcolm Bradbury and Angus Wilson at the University of East Anglia, where he specialized in French and German Literature and translation before absconding, after two years, on a cargo boat to Africa.

During a nomadic youth he sold rare books, taught riding in Cape Town, studied dressage in Vienna, played polo in India, France, Spain, and Dubai, ran a seventy horse polo stables in Gloucestershire, and helped manage his Mexican wife's coffee plantation.

He is the author of six novels - the internationally bestselling Antichrist Trilogy (more than a million copies sold in 38 countries), which comprises The Nostradamus Prophecies, The Mayan Codex, and The Third Antichrist; The Music-Makers, a stand alone love story set in contemporary Cornwall and France and also touching on the May 1968 riots in Paris; and more recenlty The Templar Prophecy, the first part of a series of books featuring photojournalist John Hart. Number two in the stand-alone series, The Templar Inheritance, will be published in April 2015.

Mario Reading was the recipient of an Arts Council Writing Award in 2004 for his as yet unpublished Second World War novel, After Barbarossa.

He is also the author of eight non-fiction titles including the Dictionary Of Cinema, the Movie Companion, the Watkins Dictionary Of Dreams, Nostradamus: The Complete Prophecies For The Future, Nostradamus: The Good News, Nostradamus: The Top 100 Prophecies and Nostradamus & The Third Antichrist: Napoleon, Hitler & The One Still To Come. His groundbreaking The Complete Prophecies Of Nostradamus was published in 2009.

He writes occasional magazine features, including, in February 2000, a major Sunday Times Magazine exposé of the CIA, entitled An American Hero, and has also made a number of national and international appearances on radio and television, including documentaries for Discovery Channel, History Channel, and National Geographic. His latest documentary, for History Channel, is due out in 2015. For four years he was the Chairman and chief coordinator of the Fonthill Writing Awards. He is also a member of Mensa and the ultra high IQ society, the ISPE [The International Society for Philosophical Inquiry].

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About the Author

An internationally renowned expert on the life and prophecies of Nostradamus, Mario Reading's life has included (among other things) spells selling rare books, teaching riding in Africa, studying dressage in Vienna, running a polo stable in Gloucestershire and maintaining a coffee plantation in Mexico.

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Librarian on 15 Dec. 2011
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Well here it is at last, the final volume in the Third Antichrist Trilogy, and it has been worth the wait! You can read it as a standalone novel but it is so much richer if you have read the previous two novels. Left on a bit of a cliffhanger with our baddies about to drown, we find out what happens.....

This is a large book, bordering on 666 pages (!), it is fast paced and witty. Unusually for this type of book it is also erudite. I love a book in which I learn alot and am entertained!
The glossary is also helpful as it answers all the in jokes/ entendres concerning the names of significant characters!
So, this book is mainly set in Moldovia and Romania, but ties up the threads of Nostradamus in France and the Mayan Codex from Mexico. I cannot say too much without spoilers but I can share that as Adam Sabir, Calcque and the intrepid gypsies rush to the climax, chased by the Corpus Maleficus we find out not only who is the Third Antichrist but also who is the Second Coming!

If you like fast paced, mystery or conspiracy type thriller this is the book for you! Just the thing to curl up with at this time of year.............
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By emily bronte on 10 Dec. 2011
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i waited so long for this third book and it was worth waiting for...if you rememember the end of mayen codex alot of readers thought we had missing pages but this follows on from there..i am only sad now its finished..mario readings a fantastic author and really enjoyed being lost in his books..
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By E Jamieson on 19 Jan. 2014
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Great read with lots of twists and turns whilst always concentrating on the main characters. An engaging and enticing read just had to get to the end of the book, then start the next book couldn't stop until I had read them all.
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I am enjoying reading the series of books by this writer, am wading my way through them as moving house so a few pages a day when chance permits
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By Annabelle on 20 Dec. 2013
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A really entertaining book, unusual characters. and a good story line. Will definitely read the concluding part of this trilogy.
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By kmo1 on 6 Jan. 2013
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Just what I expected. Great seller and I'm very pleased with the product. Prompt delivery also. Definitely worth a look.
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The whole trilogy is intense and the story itself is interesting, however, in my opinion the books also include lots of unnecessary stereotypes, generalisations and the ending is quite predictable. I expected little bit more from the author with ultra high IQ...
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By Johnt on 18 Mar. 2012
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Quite a good book which I enjoyed reading. A bit far fetched at times but still enjoyable. I would recommend the read.
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