Tuesday, February 19, 2013
I don't usually have time to settled down with a book unless I'm reading to my 6 and 3 year old boys. I actually read this book one morning own my own after an unsuccessful read with my six year old. He just wasn't into it, but I believe he will like the information that was unfolded in the book when he gets older.
Like I said, one morning I tore through the book and did Google searches in between to search archaeological information that was revealed in the book. I also asked my husband questions to see his response, he is a major history fan. I love the informative knowledge that unfolded in the story line.
The book in an overview is about a man who moves and finds love with a widowed mother next door neighbor. He is a professor and joins in archaeological digs following in the footsteps of his dad with life long friend archaeologist. Searching out the hidden chamber in the Great Sphinx life takes so many interesting turns. Facts are sprinkled throughout and fiction. This book pulls you into learning before you realize and sends you on mystery like a Nancy Drew book. Danger lurks and things are not what they seem.
Was humans the first ones here with computers, did you know a computer dating back 1st century BC salvaged from a shipwreck in 1900. How was the pyramids lit up, better yet how was it built? Is there an hint of alien super knowledge, time has forgotten? Build your curiosity and check out Linda Cadose's book. I'm looking forward to her newest book (Underwater Pyramid Bermuda Triangle and her knowledge reflected in future novels.
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