The Columbus Code by Mike Evans


The Columbus Code is just that the true, historical puzzle few could comprehend until today. Consistent with great historical fiction of our time, New York Times best-sell author Mike Evans pens a story replete with intrigue, adventure, and brutal persecution. The story begins with John Winters, an American Secret Service agent, who unravels centuries old truths about Christopher Columbus and the real drama that lay behind those famous voyages to the Americas.

About The Author

Mike Evans is an award-winning journalist and Middle East analyst who has served as confidante to 52 world leaders, including Menachem Begin and Benjamin Netanyahu. A member of the National Press Club in Washington D.C., he is a New York Times best-selling author with more than 25 million copies in print, including The Final Move Beyond Iraq and The Final Solution While the World Sleeps. He lives in Dallas, Texas.

My Thoughts

Full of suspense and mixed with an end times plot, those who enjoy this genre will be kept on the edge of their seat.  I had hoped for more history and less theory, but maybe that was needed to convey the author’s story.

This book was well written and I appreciated the lack of an abundance of characters.  The story line left me wanting an definitive conclusion, which leads me to thoughts of a squeal.

I received an ARC  from Worthy Publishing in exchange for this honest review.