The Einstein Prophecy

As war rages in 1944, young army lieutenant Lucas Athan recovers a sarcophagus excavated from an Egyptian tomb. Shipped to Princeton University for study, the box contains mysteries that only Lucas, aided by brilliant archaeologist Simone Rashid, can unlock.

These mysteries may, in fact, defy—or fulfill—the dire prophecies of Albert Einstein himself.

Struggling to decipher the sarcophagus’s strange contents, Lucas and Simone unwittingly release forces for both good and unmitigated evil. The fate of the world hangs not only on Professor Einstein’s secret research but also on Lucas’s ability to defeat an unholy adversary more powerful than anything he ever imagined.

From the mind of bestselling author and award-winning journalist Robert Masello comes a thrilling, page-turning adventure where modern science and primordial supernatural powers collide.

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  1. Entertaining and Thoughtful Although cautious and skeptical by nature when I read I am eager to suspend my disbelief and enter fantastical worlds created by imaginative minds. However any fictional world I enter must be made believable in the context of the story. The author must be skillful enough to create a sense of reality where little or no reality in fact exists. Best-selling author, Robert Masello, does just that in his latest book, The Einstein Prophecy. In it Masello creates a world where rational men and women…

  2. Indiana Jones meets Albert Einstein First, a brief apology for the trite review title. But seriously, a college professor protagonist, Nazis and a mysterious, ancient sarcophagus with mystical powers coveted by all? How can you NOT make a comparison to “Raiders of the Lost Ark” 🙂 

  3. Preternatural Potential Becomes Insipid Supernatural I had great anticipation for THE EINSTEIN PROPHECY. Certainly it promised familiar yet exciting tropes, mixed in with high erudition and complex interweaving of preternatural and historical, and the bulk the book seemed to fulfill exactly that. Until the last quarter. At this point, it became clear that the setting was far more substantial than the raison d’être, the plot a mere sideline. The wrap-up, the last 8% of the book, gives little back, once again emphasizing what should be the…

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