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Crystal Gift: A Crystal Skull Trilogy - Book 1 Paperback – March 1, 2012


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  • Series: A Crystal Skull Trilogy
  • Paperback: 238 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (March 1, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1470047888
  • ISBN-13: 978-1470047887
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.5 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,682,862 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Writing should follow experience and passion. Both help in crafting a stimulating story. My 35 years of supporting and working for various governmental agencies provide the experience. A 15 year passion for the technologies of ancient cultures adds to my background. With both I provides a high level of realism and accuracy to the story. From a enthusiasm for the quest to answer numerous mysteries of the ancient world, I provide plausible answers in the form of fiction that may hold those answers and provides a different way to look at our history and the world. From a quote by Samuel Johnson: 'A writer only begins a book. A reader finishes it”, I hope you will enjoy this story.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jacob A J Taylor on April 21, 2014
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The topic of this book (the first in a trilogy) is extremely intriguing. There have been several television programs dealing with the “Crystal Skulls” found in places around the world. Therefore, it is most likely that he reader has a general idea of the mystery. Keep in mind that the book is not about facts; it is a fictional account, a very intricate account that never ceases to baffle you. It was not until the very end that the title of “Crystal Gift,” made perfect sense to me. The narration moves at the rhythm of Ravel’s Bolero: beautiful and soft in the beginning but with a constant, never-ending crescendo, and explosive moments. Apparently, Mr. Dennis likes to surprise his readers with sudden, instant revelations and monumental coincidences. Then, he twists the story making it more intricate; nonetheless, the reader continues to think that he has a good idea of this mystery so,… he keeps on reading.

One of my favorite statements in the book is: “As the many millennia passed, stories turned into myths and myths turned into legends.” I also think it is appropriate to quote a little ‘explosion’ by the author, so you know what I was referring to above: “…Crystal skulls have never been associated with the Egyptian culture…, and should not be in a room under the Sphinx.”

Despite some typos and minor errors, the book deserves five stars. Jake Taylor
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How long have civilizations come and gone on this beautiful, and ever changing planet? That is a question we historians have always asked; it is a question for which we still search for answers. My feeling is that there are multiple answers; that we have barely scratched history's surface.

When Carter opened Tutankhamen's tomb, he marveled, said he saw “Wonderful things.” Egyptology has held fascination for history lovers for centuries in part due to Napoleon bringing with him archaeologists, surveyors, engineers, etc. It has been said that after Napoleon entered the Great Pyramid and spent time alone in the King's Chamber he came out quite flustered. When questioned about his experience his response was to have been to not ask, never again to speak of it. Many explanations have been offered as to construction. Many theories abound about the mystical qualities of the pyramids, indeed, about pyramid power.

There also sits in the desert sands the Sphinx, weathered by the centuries, devoid of part of its nose supposedly by religious zealots, but also subject to much speculation as to its history, its meaning, its purpose. Was its supposed underground tunnels the training area for initiates? Are there Atlantean records deposited there for safe keeping, as Cayce suggested? Are there, in fact, underground tunnels? As with most of the exploration of the Sphinx, the work to date is inconclusive, and conflicting as to whether there are tunnels or not, albeit some Japanese work notes “hollows” that need to be considered.

Atlantis, noted by Pluto, expanded upon by many, is yet also gridlocked in conflicting theories. Crystal skulls, intricately carved, abound in legend, but for the most part lack authenticity. Sorry Dr. Jones, or maybe not.
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More About the Author

B E Dennis weaves fact with fringe and conspiracy theories into a plot that is blended into an action packed story spanning 15,000 years. Exploring the evil that always offsets the good in any society provides a background to this story. By creating a story outside of normal conventions, fiction can resemble plausible fact. Relying on 35 years of federal government expedience and 15 years of archeological research, CRYSTAL SKULL TRILOGY presents a story of fiction based on fact for a story grounded with actual technologies in use today. Using personal expertise and experience to explore questions surrounding ancient technologies, plausible answers are provided in the form of a fiction story of adventure. This is a work of fiction based on theory and fact to answer historical questions.