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The Devolution of Adam and Eve (TIO Book 2): The Extinction of Humanity is Minutes Away Kindle Edition
A Pandemic unlike any other seen before infects Humanity. The unknown virus does not kill, but it genetically mutates the Human’s minds to that of Apes. The humankind is on the brink of extinction.
The World governments impose a global quarantine, while agencies like WHO, CDC, and NIH, among others, scramble to identify the pathogen and develop an antidote. But the pathogen cannot be identified. It is not like Ebola, SARS, or Covid19, and its origin is unknown. It doesn’t spread through human contact, but through an energy field. What is this virus and where does it come from?
The scientists have exhausted all the possibilities. Claire, Prescott, and Travis, the members of the Capuchin Trinity Team, are assigned to use their paranormal ability to identify this mysterious virus. What they discover is beyond belief. This virus has made us smart once, but now it degenerates our brains into that of apes. Is this a natural occurring plague, a man-made virus, or something from another realm?
Will the Capuchin Trinity Team find the answer before it’s too late and all humans become apes?
- ASIN : B079DFJ36T
- Publisher : Chivileri Publishing; 1st edition (January 27, 2018)
- Publication date : January 27, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 1159 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 463 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,413,147 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This is the second book in the Trinity Investion Organization (TIO) series. Claire, Travis, and Prescott are back from, "The Pregnant Pope," to try to solve another mystery with religious/biblical roots. This time, some type of doomsday plague--no one can determine if it is viral, bacterial, or parasitic--is unleashed on the continent of Africa, and this is where the horror came into the story for me. What happens to the people of Africa is just about the worst thing that can happen so an intelligent species. The horrible part is that they knew what was happening to them, could feel it happening to them, but could do nothing about it.
Claire, Travis, and Prescott parachute into Africa to try to find the pathogen.They use more of their mind-bending paranormal skills, but still are at a loss to explain what happened. They do get some clues, though.
The mystery leads them and their allies to the biblical story of Adam and Eve and The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, all the way forward to Moses, Aaron, and the Ark of the Covenant. Once again, the alternate religious history (if you want to call it that) is very interesting and makes a lot of sense. How did we all evolve from Adam and Eve? I don't buy it.
They seem to travel all over the world in search of answers to their questions, until finally ending up in California with the people who set the plague in motion. That's where we learn the whole story--the hows and the whys, and I must say, the people that released the plague reminded me a lot of people in the world today--the rich, the brilliant, the entitled, the people who think they can do anything with no consequences. They made me ill.
Once again, the technology is cool, this time dealing with drones, nanobots, and androids. There's a very cool description of aircraft carriers that are actually in the air, patrolling the skies just like the carriers of today patrol the oceans.
Even though this is the second book in the series, it happens before the events of, "The Pregnant Pope." I don't remember it being mentioned in that book, which is a mistake because of the huge implications of this story, but I already left my review for that book, so whatever.
I again highly recommend this book and this series and can't wait for the next book.
A slightly slow burn in the beginning. The book takes the time to introduce you to our parapsychological investigation team, which is nice as you’re not lost if you don’t know this book is the second of the Trinity Investigation Organization adventures. I truly did enjoy this book and look forward to more from the author. Also, please note, I received this book in exchange for a review.