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- Print Length: 332 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1535420308
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- Publisher: Dark Minion Press (June 3, 2016)
- Publication Date: June 3, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01GKMCF4A
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The entire Morpheus Initiative is action and adventure and scrape-of-the-teeth thriller escapes. I love historical conspiracy stories (well-written ones, anyways). And despite pretty high expectations on my part for how fun it would be to read this set, this entire set of books blew those expectations to shreds as the action whipped past at a far greater rate than I expected.
Different stories use different methods to get the action rolling and keep it there - this series uses psychics and remote viewing to determine their next step and as an integral tool for creating tension. The remote viewing ability is mostly for going back into time to view how traps were set up and how to get past them. There are also instances of premonitions of things about to happen or that are currently happening. For the most part, none of the characters have a good grasp on their powers, so it can be hit or miss and seems much more like current reality that way. Plus, if you don't ask the right questions, you may not see something obvious because of being focused in another direction.
I bought and read the Pharos Objective back in 2011, but realized when I bought the prequel story recently that I couldn't remember much of Book 1 anyways. So after reading the prequel, I re-downloaded and re-read Book 1 - and then immediately had to purchase Books 2 and 3 and jump right into their action. ~lol~
The Cydonia Objective - Book 3
This book begins right at the end of Book 2. You absolutely need to have read all the previous books before beginning this one or you will be so very lost. The characters develop within each book as the overall story progresses - they are not the same as they were back at the beginning of Book 1.
More surprises abound through this book. I was just sitting there in wonder, amazed at everything that was able to be woven into this one. Part of the team gets diverted at the beginning to go rescue a little girl from the Taliban-area caves where they are using her psychic powers as a shield against not just other psychics trying to find them but also against ground penetrating radar. There are more stops in Egypt and then several different stops in the U.S., depending on which part of the team is being followed at that point - Statue Of Liberty, Mount Shasta, Smithsonian Museum, and more. You have to read this one yourself to believe everything that happens and unfolds - and how many disparate story lines and hints get tied up in a nice bow. ~lol~
I felt that the ending left room for more books in the series, and I sincerely hope I'm right. All of these were so highly entertaining. I had a super hard time putting any of these stories down. What - I need to go to bed so that I can get a [now] measly 3 hours of sleep before work starts tomorrow? Pshaw!
Has some weird dialogue that does not fit in the described scenarios but fun if you disregard the former and ignore the misspelling.
One of the secret bases is in Mt. Shasta, Washington. Last I looked Mt. Shasta is two States away in California.
Another e-book that needs an editor.