Ripley Gaines, a brilliant archaeologist, has spent his life searching for an elusive artifact to prove his controversial theory. What he finds shocks even him. The discovery rewrites human history and promises to change the planet's future. It has to be suppressed.
The most powerful forces in the world align against him, and a deadly competition for the artifact ensues. Capturing Gaines is not enough; he, and everyone who has seen the artifact, must be killed. His only hope is to stay alive long enough to decode the Cosega Sequence.
©2014 Brandt Legg (P)2015 Tantor
The narrator Danny Campbell did a great job in keeping the story going. Story itself was very slow to start but once it get going it was very good.
I don't think one moment stands out but the story does have a lot of promise. With an ancient secret involving the Catholic church, an alien race that existed before humanity and a conspiracy at the very top of US government.
Well narrated and he was able to give every character their own voice. Like I mentioned before, the story start slow and Mr. Campbell kept me from turning the story off.
Yes, once the story picked up the story was very fast pace.
This would have easily been a 5 star overall but because of how the story was so abruptly ended that it left me wondering if I missed something. I went back and listened to the last 10 minute of the story again and nope didn't miss anything, it's just a HUGE cliff hanger.
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I'm not sure where we're going from here. Not sure that I'm going to go. Doesn't move quickly. Interesting characters but didn't feel as if I got to know them before they were killed off.
This author injects political viewpoints and stereotypes that don't belong in what is a SciFi book. I got up to the point where the agent let the co-conspirator go. Waste of money.
A wannabe DaVinci Code, Indiana Jones, and Clive Cussler without aptitude. It's a one volume story that the greedy author broke into 3 or 4 short audio books for the obvious reason to make money. At least the former superior authors/screenplays could tell a self-contained story.
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