"High-concept fiction. An Unforgettable book!"
The Ezekiel Code is one of those rare books, that once you read it, you will never
see the world in quite the same way - a mark of excellence in storytelling.
It changes you because it opens a portal to so many fascinating concepts,
some of which are right before your eyes, laced throughout our lives and
history, and others, which exist just beyond our general understanding,
that it will keep you thinking and wondering about what it presents long
after you've read it.
As a story, The Ezekiel
Code quickly became a `place' I wanted to escape to every day. I grew
attached to its main characters, Zeke and Angela, and accustomed to being
a part of their world, and I didn't want it to end. The characters are
alive, fully formed people that seem very real, in richly detailed surroundings.
They start out in the most ordinary of circumstances, but are drawn, through
many twists and turns, through synchronicity, into a captivating mystery
that begins to surround them and take over their lives. Their path is a
dangerous and winding one where dark and light continuously battle for
supremacy. Slowly, subtly, the main characters, and you, the reader, are
taken down the rabbit hole, and you will wonder over & over again,
could many of the things the author presents, be real, be true? There is
a great deal of evidence to say that yes, much of it could be, and that
only enhances an already engaging and compelling story. Indeed, this book
is so loaded with mysteries & intriguing theories that a reader could
then proceed to spend the next twenty years studying them with immense
interest & zeal. Note: The Ezekiel Code could very well be the beginning
of many an addiction to uncovering hidden truths, deep mysteries, secret
societies, metaphysics, ancient knowledge, quantum physics, (and many other
sciences and theoretical concepts that I will not mention for fear of giving
too much away) - you have been warned!
I was struck by the breadth
of knowledge and passion the author obviously has for his subject matter.
In fact, this is one of those instances where I am as fascinated by the
author, who embodies his work, as I am the story. Loads of research went
into crafting this book. There are many novels that will *razzle-dazzle*
you with technology, weapons, and smart, sophisticated "super-people"
that none of us could ever relate to. These can be formulaic and forgettable.
They may be good reads at the time, but they don't stay with you, simply
blending into a sea of similar stories. The Ezekiel Code transcends this,
because it is at once relatable, yet so dense in what it offers, that you
will find yourself bringing things up that you learned from this book in
conversation with your friends & family, and engaging in absorbing
and lengthy discussions for a long time to come.
The Ezekiel Code is high-concept fiction, with great action & adventure, and
is a completely unique story with a powerhouse ending. An unforgettable
Rai Aren, Author,
Secret of the Sands
"Gripping and informative."
The Ezekiel Code was the most
gripping and informative book I have read in ages.
First time I read an e-book on the computer right through. Although it
pushes the edges of a scientific world view, I found the whole book plausible,
except perhaps for the gematria, where I share the skeptical view of some
characters in the book that putting numbers to letters is arbitrary. Even
so, I have a fascination for numbers, especially 144, which is imbedded
in our solar system in interesting ways.
Just some of the wild contents
include: do the Jesuits have rogue illuminati
links? Are there secret powers in the world? What is the history of Rennes-le-Chateau?
Is an Egyptian ankh magical like a divining rod? can the pyramid capstone
save the world from a rogue comet? Do the 13 levels of the pyramid on the
US dollar bill predict anything? What is the energy in chakra meditation?
Can sound be focussed to enable levitation? Do universities prevent scientists
from investigating fringe topics? Is Ezekiel 1 (in the Bible) a description
These wild questions are raised
by a well paced and superbly characterised plot in which a guy who runs
a homeless shelter in Seattle turns out to be The Chosen One, a title he
finds slightly irritating, and sets off with his new girlfriend to save
the world. As he links up with various powerful people and looks into the
various woo-woo ideas promoted by new agers and conspiracy theorists he
finds an amazing hidden unity.
Robert Tulip, Independent
"Synchronicity at its best - a WOW of a read!"
There are a lot of
good books out there - by new and established authors- there are some seasoned
authors who just don't try as hard anymore -
They better take a
good look at this book and see what the new face of competition is...Gary
V. Tenuta's The Ezekiel Code!
This book is a compilation
of many philosophies, theories, New Age info, ancient and biblical prophecies
- I can tell you this was everything I have learned in my journey of awareness
and it's all merged into one fantastic tale. It all creates a hold-your-breath-I-can't-stop-reading
type of book....
You will find yourself
playing with the numeric code and even Googling more than a few things
mentioned in the book. Even a healthy dose of the 2012 Mayan prophecy is
handled in a wondrous style...
You don't have to
be an expert on anything - just sit back and fasten your seatbelts, it's
going to be the ride of your life!
-Ellen George, amazon.com reviewer
"An impressive feat!"
Gary has deciphered
the source code of our cosmic program - and has presented it to us as a
fictionalized theory of what is occurring "behind-the-curtain."
It is quite an impressive feat. Gary has successfully collected many of
the more significant clues and has harmonized them into a remarkable story
- that just might contain a very important message for us all.
- Peter A. Gersten, Esq. (a.k.a., "UFO
Editor, PAG E-News (http://www.pagenews.info);
Director, Citizens Against UFO Secrecy
"Entertaining and enlightening."
This is a course in
high strangeness. If you want to know and understand the secret of nine,
the Merkaba, alchemy, 2012 and a hundred other streams of knowledge this
is the book for you. Gary Val Tenuta has pulled it all together into a
fascinating and entertaining novel that challenges the reader to actually
-Jay C. Weidner, Documentary producer
and Co-author of Mysteries of the Great Cross of Hendaye
fast paced and full of harrowing chills. This book is a keeper!
I won't spoil the
ending for you but you'll be very glad that Zeke Banyon took on the challenge
of saving the world....
Lynda Brasier - Researcher / Author - Mission
"I could not put it down."
For any one who has
read Margaret Starbird, John Michell, and a raft of other authors dealing
with Sacred Geometry, the Bible, and prophecy, I feel this book is a must.
It is a magical mystery tour and fun to read in it's fictional backdrop.
I could not put it down.
- Roy Lohr, Digital Photographic Artist (http://photo.net/shared/community-member?user_id=2089100)
"A real mystery! The ending was great! I loved it!"
I was hooked by the
prologue and couldn't wait to see where the story was going to go. Once
I got started I couldn't wait to get from one chapter to the next. I'm
usually disappointed when the characters in a book are just sort ot there
to carry the story but these characters were so well developed I really
began to feel like they were real. I started to get a little lost with
all the number stuff but when I realized the characters were as baffled
as I was that's what it made it fun to read. The fun thing was that you
can just go along on the ride and let the characters figure it all out!
A real mystery! The ending was great! I loved it!
- Darlene P. - Oakland, CA -
"Quite a journey!"
This book was a synchronistic
phenomenon for me. I found the book online on 9-9-2007. My personal year
is nine. All of my addresses and a telephone number reduce to nine or equal
the master numbers Gary talks about throughout the book and to top it off,
one of the places mentioned in the book is the town that I grew up in and
my address there was 144. It is difficult for me to be objective. I could
not put the book down and was stunned over and again as I read further,
madly reducing numbers and discovering so much that at one point I became
overwhelmed with revealing information regarding the Merkaba, Atlantis,
our relationship to our solar system, Paganism, and so much more. It's
a great book to read during this shift in human consciousness. Actually
it's the most important book I've read during my transformation which started
exactly NINE years ago with an American Indian on the Pacific Coast. The
Ezekiel Code has helped me weave it together!!! Thank you Gary!
-Joanna Meers - New York, NY
"The book is a trip!"
The book is a trip! Entertaining, intellectually
stimulating and emotionally satisfying all in one. But hard to catagorize.
The X-Files meets One Step Beyond? Dan Brown meets Rod Serling? Religious
thriller? Speculative fiction? Sci-fi? A little of each, I guess. All I
know is I couldn't stop reading until I at least found out what it was
those two guys in the prologue were talking about and why the one guy never
called the other guy like he said he would. Did somebody kill him? But
before the answer to that mystery was revealed other mysteries were already
in play. Right in the first chapter a completely innocent young lady leaves
a homeless shelter where she'd just interviewed for a part time job and
as she walks out the door somebody in a car across the street focuses a
telephoto lens on her and snaps off a few frames. Why? Who was taking the
pictures? And why did the clock on the wall in the homeless shelter suddenly
loose several hours? Or did it gain several hours? And what is the deal
with the number 9? It's just one puzzle after another and you sort of fall
into the flow of the two main characters (Banyon and Angela) as they begin
to realize something odd is going on. Other characters are introduced gradually
as the story builds and becomes more complex and Banyon discovers something
about himself that he reluctantly realizes he must accept. And then the
dramatic ending! I couldn't turn those last few pages fast enough! Like
I said, the book is a trip! If you're looking for something different,
this is it.
- D. Monson - Seattle, WA
I got the Book! OH MY GOSH! I Loved It!
I couldn't put it down...I read it in 3 days...in-between trying to work
and sleep...LOL...Not only did I love the story...I now am amazed with
the numbers! I am now telling everyone they gotta read it! It's amazing!
- Shey Independent reader
More reviews and reader's comments coming soon.