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As a sign of their special relationship, He grasps Adam's arm and, before the assembled creatures of the earth, charges him with dominion over the world and all of its inhabitants. Genesis — The pair are enjoined never to eat of the Tree of Knowledge. Genesis —18, 21— The Fall from Grace A subtle, winged serpent with a woman's head convinces Eve to eat the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge. Adam accepts the forbidden fruit from his companion. Genesis —6.

Upper left: On the fifth day God created reptiles and fish and all creatures that live in the water and winged fowl and birds over the earth. Genesis 1: 20— Upper right: On the sixth day God created the reptiles of the earth, cattle and beasts, and finally man, destined to have dominion over all the living beings of the sea, the heaven and the earth. These were the works of the six days. On the seventh God rested from all the work which he had created. Genesis — Lower left: Here is how God placed Adam, the first man, in the garden of Eden and, in order that he might not be alone, formed a woman for him from one of his ribs as he was sleeping, commanding him to eat freely of every tree in the garden of Eden excluding the tree of knowledge of good or bad, for on the day in which he ate thereof he would surely die.

When he had similarly eaten the eyes of them both were opened. Genesis 3: 1—7. Upper right margin: On the sixth day animals were created and after that Adam appeared. Lower left margin: This is the image of Paradise wherein Adam rested [and Eve emerged from [his] left side; and His Excellence the Almighty commanded [them] to eat from the fruits of Heaven except from the specific tree which He forbade. Upper left margin: This is the scene of the fifth day, when birds and fish were created. Rating details. More filters.

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Sort order. Jul 17, Linda rated it liked it Shelves: mystery-crime , hist-fic. Conservative religious readers will find much to offend them in On the Fifth Day, but readers who don't mind opposing viewpoints will find much to like here. This isn't a perfect novel, nor even a very serious one, but it does spin out an interesting international adventure with a protagonist who is less than leading man material. Thomas Knight learns that he's lost his teaching job, and his brother, Father Ed, on the same dismal day.

While collecting his brother's belongings, Thomas tries to de Conservative religious readers will find much to offend them in On the Fifth Day, but readers who don't mind opposing viewpoints will find much to like here. While collecting his brother's belongings, Thomas tries to determine the cause of death, but no one's talking. He pokes around a bit, only to draw the attention of Homeland Security.

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Now Thomas is mad, and sets off to solve this mystery. Thomas discovers that Father Ed was researching ancient Christian iconography, putting symbols together in ways that threatened the powers that be. As Thomas delves deeper, various bureaucracies throw stumbling blocks and professional assassins with preposterous names in his path.

At this point in the story, it becomes necessary to "go with the flow", because as with most books in the genre, the incredible escapes and coincidences pile higher and deeper. But it's a fun adventure written with intelligence, and when the action shifts to Pompey and the Philippines, it becomes truly engrossing. Aug 04, Connor rated it it was ok. The story is pretty good, but the book isn't very well written, so that bogs it down. Jun 09, Pamela Mclaren rated it liked it Shelves: mysteries , from-janice. Thomas Knight has been estranged from his brother, Ed, and pretty much, life, ever since the separation of his marriage.

And because he can be often obnoxious, he has just lost his job as a high school teacher when he is told that his brother has died under suspicious circumstances. Things get more strange when he travels to the church when his brother worked and is attacked by a stranger he thought was a church attorney. Then he comes under terrorist suspicion himself.


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I really wanted to like th Thomas Knight has been estranged from his brother, Ed, and pretty much, life, ever since the separation of his marriage. I really wanted to like this book — and the mystery itself was a pretty good one, despite being a little far-fetched.

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But I just couldn't develop any kind of feeling for the main characters. I disliked them all. And I found myself reading without any real interest and passion. It was OK and it hung together but I just can't say that I was wowed by any part of this book - the pacing, the writing, the characters or really the conclusion -- of this book. View 1 comment. Feb 17, Jennifer Connolly rated it it was ok Shelves: reviewed , The book is readable enough, but the story is ultimately pretty damn pointless.

I just could not bring myself to care about what the characters cared about and found myself scratching my head as to why the pivotal plot point was of any interest to the characters in the first place. Seriously, who cares! Apr 03, Florence Primrose rated it really liked it. A priest dies in suspicious circumstances. His brother follows the clues to his death and is threatened all along the path from Chicago to Naples to Pompeii and Herculaneum and eventually Japan as evil forces try to prevent him from discovering the truth.

Quite interesting. Sep 22, Mina rated it it was ok.

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I think I enjoyed Hartley's other novel, Mask of Atreus, a lot more. Hartley's writing style is palatable, but the story was a little weak and I had to work a bit to hard to suspend my disbelief. I'm totally a fan of religous studies and biology, but this just didn't jive for me.

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Jun 15, Kerry rated it really liked it. Great book. A quick exciting read! An interesting and exciting book never heard of this author a most entertaining read, i empathised with all the characters. Jun 01, Milissa Bailey rated it liked it. Good read. At times a little hard to follow, but for those who like conspiracy you will enjoy! Blind religion vs Faith Very plausible plot of religious blindness vs religious purity of faith. The evolutionary plot aspect is just the juxtapose that leads the reader through this fight between pure God given faith and the corrupted faith of men.

True page turner. Apr 28, Maria rated it it was ok. A book in English that I found in a book box so I picked it up.

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Not a very captivating read!!! I didn't find it particularly well written. Jan 26, Quillracer rated it it was ok. But as the tale progressed, Hartley turned the supernatural into something grounded in the real world and I got more caught up in the story. It starts slow and, except for a few intense scenes, builds momentum slowly until it all explodes in a rush in the final chapters. Those final chapters include so many characters doing so many things to other characters at the same time that it was a bit hard to keep them and what they were doing to each other straight.

Sep 10, Sara rated it liked it. This started out as stars, but sagged midway to 2 stars, and then recovered steam with a decent comprehensible ending. So I'll split the difference. I picked this up cheap at a book sale for an escapist read But it's fun to tour Pompeii, Herculaneaum, Paestum, not to mention Japan and a remote Philippine island, and it seems to be quite well re This started out as stars, but sagged midway to 2 stars, and then recovered steam with a decent comprehensible ending.

But it's fun to tour Pompeii, Herculaneaum, Paestum, not to mention Japan and a remote Philippine island, and it seems to be quite well researched. I kept expecting it to turn into an anti-Catholic rant but the author avoids this and other extremes quite nicely, putting the stereotypical atheist stuff and the canned anti-evolution rants in the mouths of his characters. The main character arrives at a belief at the end that parallels my own. On the whole, a really well-educated example of this genre - a bit laughable at times but it kept me turning the pages.

What more can one ask? Perhaps a little less ichthyology Sep 18, Jenn rated it really liked it. I'd never heard of him before, but he came out to check out the line and see how long it was. He was very funny and self-effacing and talked to us in line for a while.


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  • Before long, the people in line were asking to buy his books, so he ran off to get some and autographed them all for us. I got Act of Will then, which was his new fantasy novel. Later on, I picked up this one and The Mask of Arteus. I enjoyed this one. It was a like The DaVinci Code, without so much of the literary puzzle, but heavy on the religious conspiracy. I liked it. I didn't love it, but I did like it. Feb 14, Maurean rated it liked it. Having said all that, tho, I still enjoyed the story and found it highly entertaining. Feb 27, Tory Wagner rated it liked it Shelves: science-fiction , aventure.

    An interesting adventure about the search for an ancient fish that was the missing link between fish and creatures that could live on land. The main character is a recently fired teacher who is searching for the cause of his brother's death. He begins recreating his brother's last days which send him to Italy and the Philippines.

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    His brother, a priest, had been researching Christian symbols and may have found more than he bargained. Other characters, Death, War, Pestilence and a American Senator An interesting adventure about the search for an ancient fish that was the missing link between fish and creatures that could live on land. Jun 16, Jamie rated it it was ok. Started out kind of slow, picked up with some decent action sequences, got slow again. I almost put this book down several times because the story would start to get decent again, and then it seemed like the author was trying to push his pro evolution ideas on the reader and that got pretty annoying.

    I have read The Mask of Atreus from this author several years ago and it was a much better story. I am glad to be finished with this story and hopefully my next read will be a lot more enjoyable. Dec 01, Linda rated it did not like it Shelves: suspense. I have been reading this book for over a year--only because I totally hate to set a book aside without letting it come to it's conclusion. But this one is just not keeping me interested enough to really just read it through and be done!