The Uluru Code - Ernest Dempsey

The Uluru Code

By Author Ernest Dempsey

  • Release Date: 2016-09-29
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
The Uluru Code
Book Rating: 4.5/5
Based on 22 Reviews

The Uluru Code - Ernest Dempsey Book Description

Sean Wyatt and his sidekick Tommy Schultz take on their toughest challenge yet when they receive a mysterious email from a friend in Australia. The email contains information about an ancient Aborigine treasure that lies hidden somewhere in the wilds of the Australian outback. 

After a museum curator goes missing, and another murdered, Sean and Tommy must decipher the code from a 120 year old document that could alter the course of history in Australia and put incredible power in the hands of a madman. 

Book Reviews

  • The Uluru Code

    By Scov2
    The book is excellent, I thoroughly enjoyed every moment of it. Look forward to reading more of your books, Ernest. Thank you for sharing your talent with us readers.
  • Uluru Code

    By Myob2
    This is an easy read w/an enormous amount of action. Unfortunately, the dual themes of historical myth and wild adventure never quite meshed for me. Almost like the author was trying to be both Dan Brown & Ian Fleming and not managing to totally succeed at either. Not my cup of tea but I'm guessing many people would not agree.
  • Another Thrilling Sean Wyatt Adventure

    By Jadeite24
    Ernest Dempsey creates story telling magic with his latest Sean Wyatt thriller. This time, Sean and Adriana join Tommy as he races across the globe to follow clues, to a legendary Aborigine treasure, left behind by an archeologist over a hundred years ago. Their journey begins with a bang and the pace is break neck as they strive to stay ahead of assassins; close on their heels. In Australia, they meet up with Tommy and Sean’s old friend Reece, a local tour guide, and the catalyst for this adventure. As the four follow the clues, they realize that an innocent life hangs on their finding the treasure and discovering who is financing the assassins following their trail. This latest installment in the Sean Wyatt Series was a heart pounding, crazy rush of emotions, much like the previous books. There are multiple explosions, gun fights, sniper action, thrown knives, and a poison dart. In the midst of all the tension, you’ll find Ernest’s trademark sense of humor in the banter between the characters. I do have to say that there is a moment in the book that took me by complete surprise. It was a total “I can’t believe that just happened” moment. Like Sean, I just could not accept it. I won’t say more, you’ll just have to read this book to find out how everything unfolds. This was an amazingly fun read. I’m tempted to go to Australia just to see all the beautiful places mentioned in the book. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated for my review, and I was not required to write a positive review. The opinion expressed here is my own.