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SPHINX is Intelligent, inspiring and innovative. The combination of past, present and future is genuinely original and the ideas are fantastic. A really good read that could hit the same thirst for understanding as Dan Brown.' Manda Scott, Bestselling author of The Crystal Skull. SPHINX: THE SECOND COMING delves into the powers of the Ancient Gods of Egypt, and conjures them into a thrilling science fiction adventure. The Sphinx waits. Methane bubbles beneath the ocean’s beds. Catastrophe is coming. A team of westerners is set to unlock a code found deep in the fabric of the Great Pyramid. The puzzle goes beyond time – for secrets of Ancient Egypt are alive beneath modern Cairo. The puzzle stretches into the universe, where the ruling powers on distant galaxies stay alert for the future of planet Earth. This is visionary storytelling of the highest order that takes you deep into the mysteries of Egypt, and the wildest reaches of the imagination.

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    What fun!

    Starts by tying the distant past with the present (near future). Many plot threads, most credible. Excellent descriptive writing, dialogue a little stilted in places. Characterization is weak, but this is an action novel so it doesn't matter. Some boring descriptive bits which don't really contribute to plot or character, but they're not long. Overall, fun to read. Compelling with a little "willing suspension of disbelief".


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