Over decades, evidence of an incredible treasure, hidden in the forests of Ecuador, had been gathered by a Roman Catholic priest. The rumors of the treasure date back to the Conquistadors and tales of storehouses of Incan gold. But Professor Delaney McPhearson believes the treasure is older than the Incans. Much older.
As Atlantis was coming to an end, three libraries of knowledge and artifacts were hidden across the globe. Laney believes one of those hiding spots is the extensive tunnel system underneath Ecuador.
Laney knows she's getting close to the ancient collection. But her research trip quickly turns into a brutal race for survival. For another group is also looking for the collection. And they will eliminate anyone and anything in their way.
Jake Rogan, former Navy SEAL and director of security for the Chandler Group, is a continent away when he learns of the danger Laney faces. But he will move heaven and earth to get to her in time.
In the middle of the search is Henry Chandler, CEO of the Chandler Group. Henry has spent a lifetime knowing he is different. He's always wanted to know why. The library holds the answers to his questions. But his answers will be painful, in more ways than one.
Violence surrounds Laney, Jake, and Henry from the jungles of Ecuador, across the United States. The last time they became embroiled with an Atlantis site, they were saving the world. This time, the stakes are no less deadly.
Months ago, these three friends faced a supernatural threat and survived. They thought the experience was behind them. Little did they know, it was only just beginning....
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The stories are so well written. I am thoroughly enjoying each one that I've read so far. The author's imagination is the perfect blend of fact and fiction. Even what is hard to fathom has enough truth to make it possible .
I look forward to things just how deep the rabbit hole goes.
I love the story concept. Highly entertaining and seemingly well-researched. However, the narrator needs work. CAVALRY is what you call, not Calvary. HEE-LO is the military nickname for a helicopter, no HELL-O. Nephilam is accented on the first syllable, not the second. As a narrator, I would probably look up pronunciations I was unfamiliar with, instead of winging in. She did well otherwise, but it's a niggling complaint that carried over from the first novel.
I enjoyed the story well enough. There's little depth to the characters and an excess use of cliches like C4 explosives, ex navy SEALs etc, but the basic plot is fun and moves along at a good pace. I didn't like the narration though - she spoke like she was reading a Little Golden Book to 6 year olds.
2nd book in series. Fairly good character development. Very good plot, although I think it could use more plot twists. I also like how the author lets you know what is fact and what is fiction at the end
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