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An investment banker is sent by his firm to organize a collection of rare books for a mysterious client and realizes that there may be a medieval codex hidden among the volumes that parallels a computer game's addictive virtual reality ...
Wrote 6/20/09
The good: Codex does supply its moments of suspense and intrigue, and never lets the plot waver so long that the reader will lose interest. The bad: main character Edward's gulliblity grates after a while. For a hotshot banker, he lets himself be rep...Continua
Wrote 3/9/08
Back-cover review: "Codex takes its place on the shelf with The Name of the Rose, Posession and A Case of Curiosities, and it's as entertaining as any of them." Well, at least I've heard of the first two, and I was really looking forward to some prop...Continua
Wrote 5/20/07

The lame main character lets another character do all the plot work while he gets addicted to a pointless computer game. Why bother?

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