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The Footprints of God

3 Ratings: 0.3
A book by Greg Iles

The shoot-'em-up potential of spiritual subject matter has recently been profitably exploited by a number of writers (most notably James BeauSeigneur in his Christ Clone trilogy). In this compelling, science-based entry, Iles (Sleep No More; 24 Hours; … see full wiki

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Author: Greg Iles
Publisher: Pocket Star
3 reviews about The Footprints of God
review by . November 21, 2007
Footprints of God is a thriller for thinkers, revolving as it does around the universal mysteries about life, death, consciousness, God, and the nature of reality. Zig zagging rapidly from one crisis to another, it manages to hook you into the story line very early. Although some aspects of the plot lack originality (the psychiatrist/patient relationship and a series of impossible escapes, for instance), the techno-science here is eye-openingly credible, comprehensible, and, like most new advances, …
review by . June 06, 2006
Iles tries to imitate Michael Crichton with bits of Dan Brown's Digital Fortress in this book. Unfortunately this book does not make it. The NSA is backing a project called Trinity which is to develop a super quantum computer that is controlled by a brainscan of a human mind. Two of the individuals involved with the project want it halted and one dies in an apparent stroke which was actually induced by the NSA bad guys (why does the NSA always have to be portrayed as the bad guys in these books?). …
review by . March 09, 2004
In "the Footprints of God", Iles may remove himself from the familiar home terrain of Louisiana and Mississippi that has hallmarked him as a writer of contemporary suspense, but his protagonists, in this case, Dr. David Tennant and love interest, Dr. Rachel Weiss, remain basically the same troubled smarter-than-average life-burdened humans already encountered in his other books.    Joined by an ensemble cast of other supposed media stars, like two Nobel winning physicists, a …
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