House of Acerbi

House of Acerbi

John Lyman / Feb 26, 2020

House of Acerbi Returning to Rome from a forced sabbatical a Jesuit cardinal discovers that a dark force born of vengeance from an ancient religion has been unleashed against the world Thrust into an end game scenar

  • Title: House of Acerbi
  • Author: John Lyman
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  • Page: 104
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  • Returning to Rome from a forced sabbatical, a Jesuit cardinal discovers that a dark force born of vengeance from an ancient religion has been unleashed against the world Thrust into an end game scenario, the cardinal joins with a dedicated team of Israeli and Spanish scientists as they race across the globe to stop an unspeakable evil only to discover that they may alreReturning to Rome from a forced sabbatical, a Jesuit cardinal discovers that a dark force born of vengeance from an ancient religion has been unleashed against the world Thrust into an end game scenario, the cardinal joins with a dedicated team of Israeli and Spanish scientists as they race across the globe to stop an unspeakable evil only to discover that they may already be too late Once again, the meticulous background research that has become the hallmark of author John Lyman s novels is evident in this bone chilling sequel to his bestselling book, God s Lions The Secret Chapel , as readers are transported into the cloistered world of scholars, archaeologists, code breakers, and intelligence specialists who have discovered evidence of an evil force that has ruled a single family for over seven hundred years Put on a pot of coffee This page turning thriller will keep you up until the wee hours of the morning.

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      • John Lyman

        John Lyman is the bestselling author of the God s Lions series of books He describes his novels as spiritural thrillers for the times we live in John is currently at work on the third book in the series, God s Lions The Dark Ruin.


    861 Comments

    1. This sequel by John Lyman was everything I expected it to be and more! I hope a third book is in the works. The plot was fantastic and I enjoyed the book so much, I could hardly put it down.


    2. Just wrapped up John Lyman's second in the God's Lion series. In House of Acerbi, Lev, Leo, and the rest of the familiar crew are challenged again to save the world from certain annihilation. The villian this time is the ultra rich and powerful Rene Acerbi, and he has engineered a virus that discriminately kills thousands in metropolitan areas around the world. With the help of the Mossad and a few new friends, the Bible Code team races to track down Acerbi and foil his plan for world domination [...]


    3. After reading the first "God's Lions" book, I was very excited to start the second in the series "God's Lions - The House of Acerbi. This book is not just good, it actually one of those rare cases where a sequal is better than the original. In HOA, the book follows the same group of characters as the first book. This time there is a worldwide threat from a strain of weaponized virus and the bible code team must find out who is behind the attacks, and find a way to stop them. The book is very wel [...]


    4. Wow! What a great read this was! I can't wait for the next one to follow up on the storyline. Scary to think this could happen. And I just absolutely love the group of characters that form the heart of this series. Good people and wish there were more like them in this world today.


    5. Part 2Gripping story! Make sure you have no appointments scheduled, you will certainly miss them. Held my attention from start to finish!



    6. And the fun continues in this book! Loved the intrigue and action as well as the locales brought forth in great detail.



    7. Excellent read. Parts are a little far-fetched but all of it was incredibly entertaining. I'll look forward to the next book in the series.



    8. Two years after the release of John Lyman's debut novel, "God's Lions: The Secret Chapel," Lyman is back with its sequel, "God's Lions: House of Acerbi."This time, Lev, Leo and the rest of the Bible Code Team are working around the clock to identify, and put a stop to, the forces behind a lethal virus devastating cities around the globe. With the world on lockdown and clues pointing to the role of the Devil's Bible in the current catastrophe, the group's investigation takes them across Europe an [...]


    9. This is a story of good and evil, between the Bible Code team/Catholic church/Israelis and a crazy megalomaniac named Rene Acerbi. I didn't know when I started the book that there was a previous one, and it definitely would have helped to have read that first. There are a lot of references to the first one, and the author doesn't explain what happened in it until at least halfway through this book (and still not completely), so it's not really a stand-alone story. The story line is interesting, [...]


    10. This 2nd book of the "God's Lions" series is just as riveting as the first. The team continues to decode the hidden messages in the old testament and with their knowledge, they pursue a mad man who's main agenda is to deplete the world's population by an air borne virulent biologically engineered virus. It kills thousands of people in different parts of the world but then mysteriously stops. cutting the populations down but not annihilating everyone. It isn't specifically oriented to any particu [...]


    11. I really wanted to love this book, I really did. Especially since I liked God’s Lions: The Secret Chapel so much and am a huge supporter of indie authors. Again Lyman has come up with a compelling plot, but I thought the plot of Secret Chapel was more so. Also, House of Acerbi was much longer, largely due to unnecessary detail about anything and everything that did not further the plot. I scanned over a lot of it. It appears that there will be a third book, and I will read it, but I am hoping [...]


    12. For people who are curious about predictions for the end times, this is a great read. Set in Italy and Israel over the series. Strong characters and great depth. I read the whole series of these and found them thought-provoking as well as good reads. I purchased the first one and at the end, I was disappointed, not in the story but because I needed to know more. I then bought the rest if the series. Great stories! Highly recommend them.


    13. Thrilling sequel to God's Lions: The Secret Chapel. I read this one much faster as now I'm hooked on the characters and their battle with the forces of evil. Lyman weaves an intriguing spiritual thrill and issues of modern life and faith.


    14. I give this 3 1/2 stars. I'm really enjoying the series. I am planning to read the third, and I've heard there will be a 4th book. I like the fact that the church is really the good guy, that it's not "preachy" and that the technology and theories are plausable.


    15. Better writing than his first book,GOd's Lion's The Secret chapel. I would have rated it a 4 but my secret litmus test is this question: Would I ever read this book again? If my answer is No than it doesn't get a 4 or 5. An enjoyable read for fans of this genre.


    16. 3.5 StarsI didn't like this book as much as the first one. It dragged in some places. Then the ending felt rushed. However, there were a couple of surprising twists that make me want to start the next book right away.


    17. I struggled to make it through this one. I do like the characters, so I would read another, but there is just too much filler text in this book for me. I found myself scanning through the majority of pages




    18. mind racing This book makes you think about current events and biblical references as the other. Also it makes me stay prayed up because the enemy is always on attack






    19. A great parallel story of good and evil. You do have to read right t the end before the story ties up, with just enough loose threads to suggest a sequel.


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