- File Size: 2622 KB
- Print Length: 386 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Scottish Seoul Publishing LLC (June 6, 2014)
- Publication Date: June 6, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00KTRVK44
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #109,844 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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BobGBob, Amazon reviewer, ★★★★★
"I have laughed out loud, cried repeatedly, and stayed up way too late. Seriously could not stop reading these books and can't wait for the next one."
Shelly Linderer, Amazon reviewer, ★★★★★
"I love this series. It's a complete different take on superheroes, Atlantis theory, etc. I really love the characters."
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"I am addicted to this series! I like the action/suspense intertwined with the history."
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"This is Indiana Jones meets James Rollins or Matthew Riley but with a female heroine. Read these books, you'll be glad you did."
J. Russell, Amazon reviewer, ★★★★★
"Never a dull moment. The real plus for me is the actual history the runs through the story."
L. Richter, Amazon reviewer, ★★★★★ --This text refers to the paperback edition.
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After reading this particular book I realized that I am quite attached to the characters in these stories and I salute Brady for doing this. In the first book I was kind of....distant from the characters.
Again, just like the first 2 books in the series there are a bunch of religious undertones and facts-ish about angels and demons. I am full on atheist and agnostic and preferred The Atlantis Gene series more than the Belial series, however the Belial books are very fun to read and I just kinda ignore/skip the parts that get real deep into the religion side of things. I will be keeping these on my Kindle for a rainy day for sure!
I have purchased all of the book's in this series, I think eight. The most astonishing thing is the price for these books are amazing. I consider this series of books equal or better than some well known authors w/o charge an arm and a leg for their novels s.a. James Patterson, Patricia Cornwell, etc.
Please R.D. Brady, continue to write these books and I will continue to purchase. I just hope you don't get caught up in the big publishers hook and line as other authors may have done.
Your books are the best of the best.
It is the dwelling on this issue that I gave the book a four star rating and not a five. I thought Ms. Brady spent too much time dwelling on what Laney was going through.
The other reason for the less than stellar rating is I’m not a student of archeology and it is apparent Ms. Brady is. There were times I thought the story came to a halt while she described the history behind an ancient ruin. These descriptions are not as bad as author Dan Brown’s, but I found it amusing when one of the characters in the story, Laney’s love interest Jake, shared my feelings when he said, “Go ahead, professor. Tell me.”
My other issue with the book was two of my favorite characters, Yoni and Danny, didn’t get enough time in the book.
But it is impossible for an author to please every reader. These issues aside, I was hooked from the beginning and read the book in a few sittings. The chapters are James Patterson short, making for rapid page turns. The mystery of one character is tantalizing that I kept reading to learn about her. But the book ended without her secrets being revealed which will make me read the next in the series to figure out what is up with her.
I look forward to the next book in the series.
Instead this book pretty much starts of by diving into the various elements of the plot, both ancient and present day, and it is not so much a matter of Laney & Co discovering or simply stepping into ancient mysteries or trouble in general but trouble comes to them. Actually it more or less searches for them, Laney in particular.
I kind of miss the discovery and mystery bit of the previous books. This one is more straight thriller with a big supernatural element. It is nevertheless a fairly enjoyable ride. The cat is out of the bag when I comes to the existence of various people with supernatural abilities and it is not only Laney and her friends that are aware of their existence but the “men in black” makes an appearance as well.
The plot twists around a fair amount and a few surprises awaits both Laney and Henry along the way. Luckily the author stays within the acceptable with the twists and revelations. Naturally she throws in a few teaser revelations at the end just so that you will be inclined to want to get the next book. Nothing too bad though and the book does have a decent conclusion.
On the whole an enjoyable above average book.
Again the publisher has failed to properly edit and correct grammar mistakes.
Book 3 is a transitional story in which the group takes on a mid-level bad guy, but suffers some significant losses in doing so. The unique power of the ring becomes apparent in this book, at least when Laney first invokes its strength, as she reluctantly assumes her pre-destined role in the fight of good vs. evil.
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This is not to put down the use of mythology, which I thoroughly enjoyed and found interesting especially as I have studied this general subject at Uni as part of my degree many years ago
The story was still very enjoyable though in spite of my couple of negative notes above and I will certainly read the next book in the series.
There is quite a lot of back tracking to remind you of what has gone before, even a few chapters ago, so I suppose that these books would stand alone; but why deprive yourself of a really good reading experience?
The Author's notes are a helpful read too as in 'Fact or Fiction'. Surprising events turn out to be factual - education without pain?