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The God Key: Book I: Return of the Nephilim (Volume 1) Paperback – October 15, 2012
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"I don't know what to make of it. Save the obvious," a professor remarks when the hero of John Fogarty's The God Key shows him a photograph of the strange markings on what may be the remnants of the original Ten Commandments. "Which is?" asks said hero, to which the professor replies: "That the God of the ancient Hebrews was an extraterrestrial. Of the same species that crash-landed outside Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947." ... Fogarty (then) sets his loom to weave the mother of all conspiracy theories ... that God, Satan, and the angels were ancient astronauts who came to Earth, mated with prehistoric humans, dabbled in genetics ... and are coming back to terminate the experiment .... Add to this a ... faceless, spinal-fluid-sucking monster, an evil government agency or two, and a sexy scientist, and, voilà, the plot is complete. Fogarty's story is every bit as ... outrageous as it sounds-but it works, wonderfully. His prose is fast, furious, and fun. The banter between characters is witty and wry, and Fogarty's use of wordplay to ratchet up the sexual tension between his non-romantically linked hero and heroine is as entertaining as it is effective... Readers won't get bogged down in any dry debates here ... as Fogarty has tossed in enough murders, gunfights, car chases, love scenes, and confrontations to fill up a Spielberg action adventure... ... For anyone who is intrigued or entertained by theories of ancient aliens, such as those found in Erich von Däniken's classic Chariots of the Gods, or who likes theological thrillers of the Dan Brown variety, The God Key is a must read. Fogarty may believe in some of the theories that run through his novel, but if he does he never preaches. His goal here is more to entertain than to enlighten ... and he never takes his eyes off that prize. - Mark McLaughlin, Clarion Review
About the Author
About the Author: John R. Fogarty is a published author of several novels, non–fiction, short stories and screenplays. He has been studying ancient alien theory since the 1970s, after reading Erich von Daniken’s “Chariots of the Gods.” Ever since, he has been convinced that aliens visited the earth and left their mark in our remote past. As a Christian, however, he also believes in the biblical account – and that there is a direct link between the two. MEDIA CONTACT John R. Fogarty Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.thegodkey.com
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