Not only was this book fun to read, the historical framework it was built on made it incredible. I came away impressed by the author’s command of history, and understanding of the process of revelation and the fruit of Moroni’s promise.
This book gets a bit of flack but I actually enjoyed it. It moves along well and has an interesting plot. I was particularly delighted with the Appendix sections at the end which were quite interesting. I don't think the author took himself too seriously and just wanted to share a fun adventure. The romance is great too.
The kiss of death is definitely the dialogue. Not all writers have strengths in all areas and dialogue is certainly something Mr. Lyon should have had help with or at least a more attentive editor.
That aside, I recommend it for a fun read and enjoyable LDS fiction.
I love most LDS fiction and I just did not like this book! I was disgusted with one of the characters and couldn't keep the two main male characters separate. I liked the romance in it, but that was about it.
This book certainly kept my attention from start to finish. Intersting plot. Fun read. Yes, there is some awkward dialogue and spots with cliche or clunky writing (particularly near the beginning), but the overall ride is enjoyable. Fleshing the book out with another 50-100 pages would have been great as some things are brushed over rather quickly. Lots of research went into this book and the historical items are quite cool to read about.
This book has an interesting, and engaging storyline cleverly mixing church history with modern day suspense. Even those who normally don't read novels, but enjoy church history, will find this book intriguing. I found that 'The Moroni Code' was quite a page-turner. With improvement to some of the dialogue this book would get 4 stars.