Synopsis (from the publisher): In South Italy, an archaeological expedition sponsored by a computer science business man from India discovers a relic inside a container with an octahedron shape, containing five encrypted manuscripts.
But due to the expedition leader's lack of attention, four of the group are robbed in a violent plot, the same night of the discovery.
As dark forces begin to merge, the discovery and the theft become front page news in the world media. Such are the repercussions, the events trigger different global media companies to budget resources to dig deeper into the sensational story.
The goal of deciphering the remaining manuscript, as well as to discover the whereabouts of the others that had disappeared, become the challenge for several people, but primarily for a reporter from The New York Times and a Le Monde colleague.
The suspicion that it could be work of Pythagoras, the master of Samos who was known to have lived in that particular region, awake all sorts of interests in this taut and exciting mystery.
A disaster of catastrophic proportions, the origin of which is still a mystery for the scientific community, could have a direct connection with this discovery.
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Divine Geometry by Geraldo Simas
Publisher: Schiel & Denver
Format: Trade Paperback
Publication Date: April 2009
List Price: $9.99