The Footprints of God is a thriller novel written by American author Greg Iles. It was published in hardcover in by Scribner, then in March by Pocket. The Footprints of God has ratings and reviews. Mike said: We were introduced to Greg Iles when we attended one of my partners weddings in Natch.. . Wildly unbelievable tale of a sentient computer that—what else?—seizes control of the Internet, the world’s military defense systems, and a.
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Buy from our partners. Through the thickening haze I fought to aim my gun at the door. Three months ago, when Fielding asked for a recommendation for his honeymoon, Foootprints suggested the Nags Head cabin, which was only a few hours away. This is the kind of book where nerdy amateurs safely run through a sea of bullets launched by elite military troops. Get a FREE e-book by joining our mailing list today!
Iles writes himself onto a high wire that stretches over a dangerous fictional chasm as Tennant begins to have narcoleptic seizures and see life through the eyes of Jesus Christ.
I’d fastened the chain latch when I’d got home. Quotes from The Footprints of One of the worst I have ever managed to finish.
The Footprints of God
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I was still eerily aware of the letter sitting on the kitchen counter.
A spark in the darkness, waiting to spread to fire. This ruins the whole book. I don’t want to commit anything to paper, but I know I’m footpprints. Plot summary [ edit ] The story revolves around a supercomputer being built in a secret government lab working on a project called Trinity.
Both were ill-advised choices. The problem for me was the pseudo theological premise of the book.
Perhaps he’d found something. It was like two s flying from New York to Los Angeles — one flying direct and the other having to fly south to Miami before turning west to Los Bod — yet both touching down at LAX at the same moment. He is not a match for me as a reader.
The Footprints of God by Greg Iles (1 star ratings)
Things like this have a grdg greater than individuals. Arthur Fielding, was actually murder: This is the first Greg Iles book that I was not enthused about. If he didn’t, who did? In the end, it seems that someone was in fact showing him these dreams, to tell him something.
The Footprints of God — book review
Greg’s novels have been translated into various languag Greg Iles was born in Germany in I’m making this tape in a sober state of mind, and I’m going to deposit it with my attorney as soon as I finish, on the understanding that it should be opened if I die for any reason. More than a little irritated to find that the dead could be as bothersome as the living, I picked up the Ziploc containing the letter and carried it to the front room.
A Space Odyssey rehash bring on the literary equivalent of a systems crash.
The Footprints of God Greg Iles book reviews: Then it turns into a mess of religion and philosophy that is probably meant to be deep but is just nonsensical. But behind its walls, America’s top scientists work around the clock to attain the holy grail of the twenty-first century — a supercomputer tha From the acclaimed New York Times bestselling author comes a cutting-edge new thriller rich with imagination and vision. If anything should happen to me, don’t forget that little gold item I asked you to hold for me one day.
I cocked the pistol and edged over to the door.
The story revolves around a supercomputer being built in a secret government lab working on a project called Trinity. Iles is one of my favorite authors, and this was a disappointment!