This is a hard book to categorize part mystery part science fiction part history you name it It is very much a thriller
I uite it though it s not a enre I usually read Kept me awake one night This book wasn t as ood as Dan Brown s Da Vinci Code or Angels and Demons but it was still entertaining Instead of dealing with Christianity the story is based on Aztec odsgoddesses It was an enjoyable read but I wish the characters had been developed I know that I will probably check out the next book in the Seneca Hunt series if the authors write one absolutely amazing if the authors write one Absolutely amazing Couldn t put it down I plan on reading the rest of the books that this amazing writing team has authored I am now inspired to try my hand at the thriller Advanced First Aid, CPR, and AED (Orange Book) genre This was easy beach type readingjust what I needed this week Veryood book I took a step away from my usual horror interest and stepped into a world I never thought I would care much about I loved the story and the characters The mix of archaeology mystery and suspense made this book a winner I m definitely Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow going to do research on things mentioned in the book and I hope the authors will write with Seneca Hunt Reallyood mysteryadventuresuspense book Would make a ood screen play In fact it s written so visually that I realized Magazine journalist Seneca Hunt is reporting on the opening of Montezuma's tomb in Mexico City when the dig team learns that the remains of the Aztec emperor are missing Within moments of the discovery an apparent terrorist attack kills everyone at the site except Seneca who barely escapes the carnageDetermined to et answers Seneca starts investigating She finds out that someone is stealing the remains of the most infamous mass murderers in history and plotti. .and i uite
Pushed to finish overall thriller than mystery or horror The prologue predicts a Mayan apoca Good plot and engaging characters bad theology Lynn Sholes and Joe Moore deliver another exciting adventure Not a Cotton Stone book this is a new character Seneca Hunt apparently the start of a new seriesI miss Cotton My first purchase from Kindle Daily Deals and it was uite a ood book I thought the plot was put together well and it definitely held my interest as it moved me from scene to scene and even year to year I had a few very small ualms with the main character and how she processed few very small ualms with the main character and how she processed was happening around her trying not to ive anything away but they were small and didn t detract from my enjoyment of the story I enjoyed the story and I ll likely try Seneca Hunt novels in the future I loved Lynn Sholes and Joe Moore s Cotten Stone series so I really looked forward to this one As usual the premise is a little cosmic woo woo mixed
Michael Chrichton science ish stuff mixed with evil people who believe they re doing the right thing The cosmic component is just enough to make the story happen but not so much as to sink the story with silliness When you read one of their books yes you must suspend your disbelief and o with the flow It s worth the rideTheir Postles a rollicking thrill ride with so many twists and turns that you won't have time to catch your breath Tess Gerritsen New York Times bestselling author of Ice Cold Sholes and Moore have created a knockout apocalyptic thriller an epic tale of old archaeology mass murder ancient prophecy and terrorism Douglas Preston New York Times bestselling author of Impact A fascinating compelling page turner Carla Neggers New York Times bestselling author of Cold Daw. ,with michael chrichton
Was seeing it when a certain scene me drop My Kindle Thank Goodness I Was In The Lounge Chair Kindle Thank Mi karma y yo goodness I in the lounge chair Kindle was not harmedI was so into it that I talked about with my husband who is now 79% through he stayed up reading last nightThere is a description of Aztec ritual sacrifice that may be hard for the sueamish the detective book I started reading since is much worse And the Aztecs did have a veryory ritual I read through that part uickly and fortunately it didn t take up much reading timeand on to the mysteryAlthough anti Christ is never mentioned as such in the book some readers would recognize That The Character Scarrow Could Fit That RoleI Think This the character Scarrow could fit that roleI think this one of the deal of the day reads but we would Everything Happens for a Reason: And Other Lies I've Loved get it again at full priceit s thatood Updates from second opinion The Phoenix Apostles Seneca 1 are 12 mass murderers resurrected with the promise of immortality if they continue killing Even if the master is killed covert shadows are loose in home countries to yield a series Authors Lynn Soles and Joe Moore open with excess explicit torture and The Prime Minister of Paradise gore and prophecy woo woo that scared me off Yet thisratuitous capsule and a second Aztec beating heart scene are distinctly isolated from lukewarm main flow So I ve had to incorporate opinions from another reader who. Ng to slaughter millions in the name of an ancient cult Seneca needs to prove the threat really exists while trying to stay one step ahead of those who want her dead With time running out she must follow a deadly 2000 year old trail that leads back to the death of Jesus ChristPraise Bold taut and masterfully told James Rollins New York Times bestselling author of The Doomsday Key What do you et when you cross Indiana Jones with The Da Vinci Code The Phoenix .
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