10/24/13

Review of The Vril Codex by Ben Manning

The Vril Codex
author - Ben Manning

Jane and Ben are not just husband and wife, but soul partners. They have a special connection that nothing can break not even death. Jane is a well known journalist and photographer. She goes to Berlin to start a book on the wonderful sites and architecture.

Jane has become fascinated with an old mansion, dark Gothic looking with Gothic towers and a English style giant gate. Jane is soon caught up with the mystery of what goes on behind the dark walls. What secrets does it hold ?? What happens when Jane is intrigued and wants photo's  ?? Getting inside the house is not as easy as one would think and once Jane opens a door it unlocks a series of events that changes everything . . . . .

The Vril Codex is a wonderful read ! I was caught up with the history of Germany. Secret societies, cults and a little voodoo is all any reader needs and this one has it! Also can not forget the romance and the thrill rides it will take you on.

Wende :)
4 stars

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