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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Newton's Riddle: The Mystery of Daniel’s 70th Week Revealed is a work of fiction in the theological, political, and suspense subgenres. It is best suited to adult readers owing to the complexity of its conceptual basis and was penned by Neill G Russell. The premise of the story follows a prophetic script left behind in the journal of Sir Isaac Newton before his death in 1727, which eventually comes to light and directly relates the resurrection and second coming of Jesus Christ to the modern-day crisis affecting Israel and the United States. Our protagonist is Dr. Ezra Schroeder, a codebreaker who reveals the secrets of the riddle and must bring it to the attention of the most powerful people in the world to prevent further destruction.
Combining modern-day political criticism with theology and historical reference is no mean feat, but Neill G Russell has crafted a compelling narrative that seamlessly balances them, and will certainly appeal to fans of works like Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons. The adventure aspects of this epic work are interspersed with a slow-burning, code-cracking conspiracy plot that also reflects a lot of harsh home truths about the state of the world today. It is certainly a thinking piece as every chapter reveals new considerations, both within the story and to take away with us. Newton's Riddle will appeal to fans of critical assessment of current events just as much as any thriller and theological-based fiction fans who are seeking an intelligent new adventure to explore.