Yes, with caveats. There are some amazing flights of fancy here. A reader will only get into this story if they are very willing to suspend disbelief. Once that hurdle is passed, it is quite a ride. Its the whole spacemen helped the Egyptians build the Pyramids thing, a subject that I find compelling. However, getting back to that suspend disbelief thing, characters in this book are not only capable of living in suspended animation for 5,000 years, but an implanted tracer bug also works for that extended 5,000 year period. When you think about it; Wow, wow, wow. I should also mention, guys, that this book could be categorized as chick-lit
Making granite out of chemistry set chemicals, The captain and his wife becoming Egyptian gods.
I think the narrator did a superb job.
No, just basically rewrite my view of history from 5000 BC forward.
The Mechanic is probably the most irredeemably bad meanie who ever graced a page of fiction.
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