About the Book
DID YOU CHECK YOUR OTHER-HALF FACE IN THE MIRROR?
Lionardo’s Code concerns the unknown until now Anatomy of all beings, causing a major domino effect of advancements to our sciences and towards our everyday Balance, bringing us face to face with our famous “other-self!” The one who appears and disappears whenever he feels like.
The novel Enlightenment journey begins in 1784 in Florence, during Napoleon’s era, when Nicolas recovers the secret and lost manuscript of Francesco, which describes his initiation at Lionardo da Vinci’s Academy, bringing to light historical clues about the Maestro Lionardo we never knew before, when he was teaching and when he was creating, and experiences them as a part of his adventurous life in between Florence and New York of the 1800’s. Along with the unexpected assistance from a very enigmatic inner voice, which leads him to decode the Mona Lisa! Resulting in decoding the world and then the Mona Lisa, and then passing the baton to the next Seeker of Truth of the 21st century, who decodes the world once again by applying Lionardo’s multidimensional observation to our current sciences and our everyday balance! As the Mona Li-Sa is divided into the two other half faces of LI-onardo and SA-lai [his model, student + lover], so are we divided into two other half personalities, and a Third one which combines them! Two wants, tastes, two of everything!
Filippos Marinakis, a Greek native, residing in Athens, Greece, studied 4,500 manuscripts of Lionardo da Vinci and around twenty sciences in order to write the historical fiction novel; meanwhile, he was a Development Executive for Mega TV in Greece for eight years, and responsible for some of the most loved TV-Series, such as “The Royals,” “Don’t pay the Ferryman” and “Sweetheart Lakis,” among others. He has graduated from Athens College, the Athens University of Economics and Business, and from the prestigious A.F.I. in Los Angeles for his Master’s Degree in filmmaking, with his great loves being the magic of love in general, the solving of mysteries, philosophy, humor, history, travelling, aesthetics, sports, the free expression of honest people, and a balance in society.