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The Karma Code

The Karma Code DOES CONSCIOUSNESS SURVIVE CAN IT BE ACCESSED A man staggers his way through the snow Constantly looking behind him to see if he s being chased he eventually stumbles falls and dies His final words

  • Title: The Karma Code
  • Author: Daniel Davidsohn
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 389
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • DOES CONSCIOUSNESS SURVIVE CAN IT BE ACCESSED A man staggers his way through the snow Constantly looking behind him to see if he s being chased, he eventually stumbles, falls, and dies His final words ignite an international chase that will cross countries, continents, and perhaps even centuries.After a controversial American researcher is murdered in a remote Finnish viDOES CONSCIOUSNESS SURVIVE CAN IT BE ACCESSED A man staggers his way through the snow Constantly looking behind him to see if he s being chased, he eventually stumbles, falls, and dies His final words ignite an international chase that will cross countries, continents, and perhaps even centuries.After a controversial American researcher is murdered in a remote Finnish village, Boston investigator Harry Walker receives a call from Candice the victim s grieving niece Determined to uncover her uncle s murderer, Candice finds herself in need of protection from the same forces that led to her uncle s demise.In a fight for survival through Finland, Scotland, and the United States, Harry and Candice face the greed of investors and rogue agents, who all want to get their hands on what is being called the Karma Code, an experiment potentially capable of accessing a surviving consciousness and predicting a person s fate.Unless Harry and Candice can find someone to trust amid the treachery around them, they and the Code are in danger of disappearing for good Tense, taught, and terminally in high gear The US Review of Books Well written, fast paced, and intriguing Readers Favorite A new thriller by the author of A Higher Power.

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    1. You can also read my reviews on wordpress anisabookreviews.wordpressJuujarvi, Finland is a small town that is the perfect place to live undisturbed. A place where Clifford Bouvier a psychologist, can carry out his research and obsession. However, with a town with a handful of inhabitants, it is not the best place to slowly bleed to death from a stab wound. His last words were "The Key" and "Candice."Candice Palmer's beloved uncle has just died, and although the police have deemed it a robbery, s [...]

    2. Thanks to NetGalley for allowing me the opportunity to read and review this book.2.50 Karma Code begins with a terrific hook: a dying man's last words revealed to his killer, "The Key". The key is an enigma which crosses the world as a rogue CIA agent and a corrupt businessman search for it. There is intrigue and suspense. The premise of the plot is based on reincarnation and connecting with one's former self. I kept an open mind in that I do not believe in this philosophy, and I was unaware tha [...]

    3. There are many mystery novels these days, kind of feels like a hyper production. That's ok with me because I always enjoy a good crime story, and this is one of them.This novel has everything you would expect from a modern day mystery novel – action, violence, fast pacing, interesting main detective, scary bad guys, it even has a few supernatural and spiritual elements sprinkled through the plot. The trouble begins when a scientist is murdered in Finland and his niece also is under threat, so [...]

    4. EnjoyedI loved this book. You are very sensitive that much I can tell. Keep on writing. I want the next chapters of this book. Everyone should read it.

    5. Unshakable faith is only that which can face reason in all human epochs. - Allan KardecAuthor Daniel Davidsohn’s interest in the creative arts led him to direct experimental short films and write several screenplays. One of these, CAFÉ, was well received and won the hollywoodscript contest in 2005. He is the author of several novels, including FROM THE NILE TO THE EUPHRATES (a Portuguese Edition in 2009), MARE CRISIUM (a Portuguese Edition in 2015), A HIGHER POWER (2016) and his current THE K [...]

    6. A quirky research scientist is murdered in a remote village. A young woman named Candace has strange dreams, and is the niece of the murdered scientist. In The Karma Code by Daniel Davidsohn, Candace must find out what happened to her beloved uncle in this startling and innovative novel. Candace brings on an investigator to help her figure out the solution to this quagmire. Enter Harry Walker, a well paid investigator from Boston who gets in over his head when it comes to protecting Candace and [...]

    7. IntriguingThe main theme of this story is not necessarily in the main theme of society. However, it is a theme open minded people can't categoricay reject. The story is well and cleanly told. This makes it a good read.

    8. Thoughtful and suspensefulHow can a novel raise your consciousness and your blood pressure? Karma Code does this as it almost challenges and encourages the reader to take steps to change their own karma.

    9. The premise of the story was intriguing, and the writing smooth and interesting. But you have to be a believer in karma and even if you do there's nowhere to go with it. No code, no way to use it since it is where you reap what you sow. I enjoyed it.

    10. The Karma Code starts with a powerful hook – the murder of a researcher whose dying words are so mysterious. The central theme about this book is really about tapping into what is believed to be the possibility of human souls to re-incarnate themselves and how to harness that knowledge to make powerful decisions for the future. Of course various government agencies recognize the potential of this ability and this is where The Karma Code gives you a glimmer of how good or bad tapping into this [...]

    11. Thanks to the publisher for the chance to read and review this book.Certainly a different read for me. I felt it was a starting point for a new series but I am not sure I would want to continue to follow it any further.Perhaps I would follow the PI if the subject was different than a medium needing protection from an unbelievable source.

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