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I like: how Mr. Collins went through many different sources.
I do not like: how Mr. Collings focused on official dating of Giza pyramids. Read more
Repetitive, but some coverage of an important subject.Published 12 months ago by Thomas Karl Dietrich
Would have been a nice introduction to Andrew Collins' work, but I started with his "From the Ashes of Angels" so it wasn't my favorite read... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Chuck Winthrop
The author throws way to much information at the reader and throws it fast. This is very very hard to follow or to understand.Published 22 months ago by Jim
There must be more to discover in Egypt. That's why i bought this book. Very detailled and with a promissing titel the end of the book was a bit disappointing. Read morePublished on August 21, 2013 by Patrick ENGELS
If you are looking for some new revelation about the pyramids, this ain't it! Look elsewhere! The author leads you on, thinking he's going to reveal a fascinating new find of rooms... Read morePublished on June 20, 2013 by Don Duckett
This book is not what I expected to read. There is very little information about the discoveries in the tunnels. Mostly advanture of going into the tunnels.Published on April 20, 2013 by JGS
This book, in my opinion, is half good. The opening with The Edgar Cayce connection is somewhat interesting as it led Mr. Collins to some great conclusions. However, Mr. Read morePublished on January 27, 2013 by Ancient Admirer