The Mutatus Nullification is the riveting conclusion to one of the most critically-acclaimed stories from the fervid imagination of John David Krygelski; The Mutatus Procedure. Judtson, Kelsey, and their eclectic group of formerly mind-altered misfits, believing they had defeated the devious plot to seize control of the global power structure, are stunned to discover how horribly wrong they were.
Thrust together once again, they are plunged into a tangled web of deceit, intrigue, subterfuge, and betrayal, uncovering clues leading them to an answer they never dreamed possible: an answer to a question thousands of years old, linking the seemingly unrelated Roswell crash, the Masons, monoatomic gold, the Illuminati, the Knights Templar, and the ancient civilization of Sumer.
Hold on to your seat. This story will take you where your mind has never been before!
Where does The Mutatus Nullification rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
Among the top 10 (and that is saying alot!) I'm an avid reader and audiobooks are a great way for me to get my story fix while driving or riding my bicycle.
What was one of the most memorable moments of The Mutatus Nullification?
The story is so full of memorable moments, that it would be hard to choose just one, and might also be a bit of a spoiler for those who haven't read the book yet!
What does John David Krygelski bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
John's reading of the book gives a bit of an insight into how he envisioned the characters, their attitudes and personalities.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Again... to quote River Song from the Dr Who series... "Spoilers!"
Any additional comments?
This book, and the Mutatus Procedure are both excellent books which explore issues from so called "fringe" beliefs (in other words, ones that aren't popular because they aren't accepted by the masses... but then again look at Gallileo...) to mind control, and the reasons behind many of our current events and issues. I highly recommend both books to anyone who enjoys a good mystery and thriller!
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