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In true The Da Vinci Code fashion, a taut thriller filled with rival factions vying for control of the truth in a giant global conspiracy.

There were giants on the earth in those days - at least that's what the Bible says. But, where are they? Did they ever really exist at all?

When out-of-work math teacher Ethan McCloud is sent a mysterious box, he and his ex-girlfriend begin to unravel a mystery 10,000 years in the making - and he is the last hope to discovering the world's greatest conspiracy. Chased by both the Six-Fingered Man and the Council of David, Ethan must survive the chase - and find the truth.

©2020 Weston Ochse. All rights reserved. (P)2020 Simon & Schuster, Inc. All rights reserved.

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I admit I tapped out around chapter 12. This book is flat out awful. I was looking for a fun, check your brain at the door and enjoy the ride book, this book is beyond check your brain and downright insulting to your intelligence. I may have been more meh about this if I read the physical book instead of listening to it. The narrator is bad. He uses this overly breathy whiny voice for the female protagonist and it just does not fit with the way the character is written. Hell I’m not sure it would fit for any female character ever. It’s just bad. Besides the female character everything else is read in the same voice/tone. If you’re going to just straight read the book, then do that, don’t make a weird falsetto for just one character. The rest of the story is not exciting (maybe because I just didn’t like the protagonists so I didn’t care what happened to them). The plot, at least for the first third, is cliched and beyond ridiculous. This is the ONLY audiobook I have ever returned for a refund. It’s really that bad.

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You never know what's lurking

Great story I like the biblical ty in. All questions answered in the end.
You need your wits about you to fallow this story.. I liked it

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Well worth the read

Weston Ochse has done it again. I have always loved his books, and this one is no exception