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  • A compulsively readable novel

    Iain Pears
  • A genuine treat, with its sneaky plot and richly textured storytelling. It also moves so fast that readers won't realize how smart it is

    San Francisco Chronicle
  • Codex takes its place on the shelf [with] The Name of the Rose, Possession and A Case of Curiosities, and it's as entertaining as any of them

    New York Times
  • Fabulously entertaining ... By turns fascinating, compelling, and deliciously disturbing. It's an intelligent thriller that truly is just that: intelligently thrilling

    Boston Globe
  • Mesmerizing from start to finish ... A fabulous double-helix of a novel

    Baltimore Sun

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