2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 19 August 2013
I bought this book as 'used'. It arrived in pristine and brand new condition! I couldn't believe my eyes when opened the package. The book itself is brilliant. It is written in a very scholarly way and not the sort of book suitable for reading on the beach or whilst travelling to work on the bus. However, it is extremely informative and I feel that anyone interested in the Rennes le Chateaux mystery can learn a lot from these great authors. They write in a very interesting and clear cut way and some of their 'solutions' are amazingly brilliant. The geometry sections are a bit daunting of course, but again very clearly set out. (Have a packet of aspirins nearby though - or a stiff drink!!) Delivery was excellent too. I ordered Friday midday and the book arrived early the following morning.
6 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on 22 June 2000
If you liked 'The Name of the Rose', then surely you will love this one! Both books capture your energy until you have finished them. The main difference between the two is that 'The Tomb of God' is Non-Fiction ... And if you have finished this one, you definitely want to see the places in France where 'everything' has happened.