I have a very interesting book to share with you tonight called The Torah Codes written by Ezra Barany.
A reclusive computer programmer, Nathan Yirmorshy, pounds out ones and zeros in the quiet of his home while his landlord secretly watches from behind a two-way mirror. When an intercepted note connects the landlord to a secret society, and a detective ends up dead, Nathan must abandon his home and everything familiar to him, open his heart to a tarot reader he has never met, and trust her with his life--just as the ancient scriptures have foretold.I wasn't too sure about this book in the beginning because I am not Jewish and didn't understand a lot of the words or what the rabbi was saying,, but the more I got into the book, the more the story made sense and then it really came alive for me.
This is a story full of adventure and romance and why it takes Nathan so long to admit it, was almost embarrassing to read. He is so torn up about so many things that he can't see what is right in front of him as far as the woman who loves him.
But, he does step up to the plate and risks everything to help save who knows how many people from the madman who wants to blow things up.
There will be some funny moments in the story and they will make you want to give him a hug and tell him everything will be okay, but unless they can find a way to stop this crazy man from getting what he wants, then he will be tested to do the right thing.
I wasn't sure how the book left things, and know that there are sequels coming, so I guess I won't have too long to wait to find out how he goes about saving us all!
About the Author:
Ezra Barany has been fascinated by codes and puzzles ever since he was a little tot. He started writing suspense and thriller stories in college and got seriously interested in the Bible codes while attending Aish HaTorah's Discovery seminar in Jerusalem.The Torah Codesis Ezra's first novel.
Ezra has been a high school physics teacher, fiction writing teacher, songwriting teacher, ESL teacher to French children and pop performer. In his free time, he writes mushy love songs inspired by his wife and book coach Beth Barany. Ezra now lives in the San Francisco Bay Area where he is working on his next book. He is available for presentations and select readings.
To inquire about an appearance, please contact Ezra@TheTorahCodes.com or visit his website.
Disclaimer: Mary Bearden personally reviewed these products. I did not receive any monetary compensation for my review, just a sample product. All opinions are mine and belong to me solely. My thoughts and opinions may differ from yours.