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Behind the scenes of the Middle East conflict, rages a biblical battle as old as time. The dividing line between the peoples of the world is being formed. Two seemingly innocent teenagers cross paths and a mystery begins to unfold that takes them on a journey through their adult lives. Jake Aaronson has savant gifting in solving puzzles, codes and cyphers. As the son of aBehind the scenes of the Middle East conflict, rages a biblical battle as old as time. The dividing line between the peoples of the world is being formed. Two seemingly innocent teenagers cross paths and a mystery begins to unfold that takes them on a journey through their adult lives. Jake Aaronson has savant gifting in solving puzzles, codes and cyphers. As the son of a US Diplomat, this Jewish teenager is sent to a boarding school with unusual ties to the intelligence community. His roommate is Hakeem Baba, a Tehran born Muslim, whose father is a Turkish Diplomat to the United States. Their relationship grows and a friendship is forged. Jake brings Hakeem into his family home, introduces him to his ancestry, and the family legends of their relationship to the Aaron of the Bible. Unbeknownst to the family, Hakeem is on a mission to gather as much information as he can to take back to Tehran. During his visits with the Aaronson family, Hakeem learns of DNA testing to determine Jewish lineage. He also learns of a secret the family has kept for 3,000 years. Hakeem devoted his life's work to radical Islam and the annihilation of the Jewish people. Jake's career embedded him into the intelligence community in Israel and the US where he is assigned to defeat Hakeem's plans. Once Hakeem's plans were discovered, Jake and his team were deployed to stop him. Their final encounter brings about a chilling transformation and opens the door to the next installment of The Aaron Chronicles, revealing The Mystery Behind Aaron's Robe....

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ISBN : 26009885
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Number of Pages : 372 Pages
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  • Lisa Johnson
    2019-05-26 14:14

    Title: The Codist (The Aaron Chronicles #1)Author: Eric E. WalkerPages: 373Year: 2015Publisher: Tate PublishingMy rating is 5+ stars.Before I share with you my view of this novel, let me say I hope the author plans on sharing more of his writings of this nature! Eric Walker weaves a compelling tale that pulls the reader into the action between two school friends. One of them is Jacob. He is of Jewish descent and has dual citizenship in Israel and the United States. Yet more important than that is the special gift he has to put seemingly erratic pieces of information together like a puzzle.The other young man in the friendship is brilliant in the science field and is able to study DNA, looking for a common piece that only those of Jewish descent contain in their blood. Hakeem, along with four of his friends, is handpicked to become the leaders in the Muslim world. Yet, when he takes his own path by disobeying the leaders in Iran, his life drastically changes!I have never before read such a novel that contains so much Biblical, Temple and the High Priest history. The multitude of layers in the intelligence community astounds me still, along with a special group of people preparing to build the third Temple. The characters became almost lifelike as I got so emotionally invested in the book.If what is shared in the story about the history of the descendents of Abraham, Israel and Ishmael is true, I learned a lot. Even so, I want to learn about these ancient peoples’ descendents and what, if anything, the Bible says about a third Temple. Throughout the book readers will be reminded to focus on the Middle East, about those who are trying to wipe out God’s chosen people today. Not once did I get lost in the storyline, but only drawn deeper into the action as if I were actually there observing it.Again, I hope and pray the author writes more novels such as this as I am hoping it draws readers to enjoy the tale as well as pray for Israel! I visited the website listed on the last page of the book in hopes of seeing any news on a possible sequel, but so far there isn’t any news. Perhaps there will be in 2016 because this was just the best of the best in whatever genre it would be placed! It is simply outstanding, and you don’t want to miss reading the book!Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255. “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”