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In Southeast Turkey, where the heads of the four main rivers once met, a magnificent temple created 14,000 years ago is discovered beneath the desert floor. Believed to have been created by lost technology, it is quickly determined by a team of archeologists to be the centerpiece of Eden, a once illustrious civilization and the cradle of mankind. But what if Eden is not the paradise that the texts make it out to be? What if it held dark secrets and unholy terrors instead? As Senior Archeologist, Alyssa Moore, and her team of experts discover the truth of man's beginning, she realizes that the secrets of man's true origins lie within the sacred tombs inside the temple. But the journey for the truth is not without its dangers or pitfalls…Something walks the warrens within.

©2012 Rick Jones (P)2013 Hive Collective

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I'm glad I only paid like 3$ for this book.

The story line was interesting but the dialogue was loaded with drivel like "I'm a man, I'm always irrational" and the female lead apparently only knows how to fight with "clawed fingers" after losing control of her emotions. Lots of evil villain nonsense like "no, I've never killed anyone (MY HENCHMEN DO THAT FOR ME, MWUAHAHAHAHAHAH!). Sigh.

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  • Steve
  • 04-03-17

Good for you and adults but shallow

I'd recommend this book to your adults, the characters were shallow and the character of us it was a moron, she got a friends killed by her own stupidity. It was kind of like a 60s version of journey to the centre of the earth not as good as the real book needs that needs development very shallow