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Through the Third Eye (Third Eye Trilogy Book 1) by [Frank, Bob, Boston, Lynn]
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  • File Size: 4527 KB
  • Print Length: 318 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Metrix Source; 4 edition (December 17, 2013)
  • Publication Date: December 17, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005FFTI30
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Here's the thing: what if the western world's religious figures were all intertwined? What if the Judea-Christian worldview was the result of a few souls being reincarnated over and over for centuries? That's the premise of this excellently researched story about two new age scientists who interview people trying to find the secrets to unfathomable treasure and knowledge. While the premise for each regression interview (as it's called when a soul is being asked to remember memories of past lives) feels a bit stiff and familiar, the stories that the characters bring to life will keep you swiping pages for the next big discovery.

There's a mixture of genders and religions - some of these readers may find irreverent or shocking - but taken in the spirit of pluralism and universality in which the book is intended, this an ambitious book that leaves you wondering what happens in the next one in the series. I knew much of the Christian and Jewish traditions as explained through prominent souls but learned new things about Islam as well as the ancient Greeks.

Has a feel of the Da Vinci code to it without the Hollywood stunts.
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The first thing that struck me about Through the Third Eye was the front cover. It's quite startling and compelled me to read the synopsis, from which point I was immediately hooked on the story. I've always been fascinated by the concept of past lives and this book certainly gave me plenty of food for thought. Through the Third Eye is a fast-paced, action packed but also a very intelligent story. I enjoyed the characters of Clay and Shalli. I thought that the book was very well-written and well-researched. I think it would make an excellent movie and I could definitely imagine it on the big screen. I didn't want the book to end, which is always a sign of a good story. I was delighted to know that Through the Third Eye is the first in a trilogy and I can say that I will be first in line to buy the next installment.
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As an avid reader of science fiction, I found this book to be a very exciting and engaging read. The story line is fast paced and the depth of research and historical quality is impressive. I found myself doing internet searches to identify more deeply with the geographical and historical significance of the storyline to see what was fact and what was indeed fiction. Very nice work by this up and coming author. I can't wait for the next offering!
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If you are a fan of books based on the theories of reincarnation, you will enjoy this book. Most of it is well written, a times moves maybe a little to fast for the story to develop evenly. If nothing else it is a great escape into ancient history and the lives of people we wish we knew.
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I've been interested in this book and books like it because I have always been interested in the way the human mind works. I mean seriously the things people can come up with in their brains or actions people take part in always boggle the mind when you break it down to the psychology. Even with my fascination with psychology I know very little about the idea of past life regression, and I find the idea intriguing and really an interesting twist to write a story about. I think one of the main things I appreciated about the book was that I learned a lot about things just throughout the course of reading the book. I think the author spent a lot of time with research, or worked in some kind of field similar to the subject matter in the book in order to be able to so eloquently "talk" to the reader in a way that was both easy to understand as well as easy to pick up and learn.

I think the premise of the book over all is a fairly interesting one, I mean they are looking for specific documents and the way they go about looking for them is through sessions about people's past lives. It's not a common theme in books, so you have to give the author a lot of props for the originality alone. If you think about all the books you have read where people are looking for an object or for something in general it reads more like a cop novel, and to me this did not have this feel.

I also want to mention the skill in the writing itself. I find books with a lot of dialogue in it often doesn't give the reader enough information. There is something to be said for being able to read a book that is primarily coming from within a character's head, it not only gives you insight into the character but as well as the surroundings.
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I found this book very thought provoking concerning the destruction of the Library of Alexandria, as well as it's possible preservation. I would have rated the book higher if it were not for the somewhat overdone in my opinion trials and tribulations of the characters. The taste of the Divinchy Code was a little much for me.at the end. Beyond that it's a testimony of sorts for those that may be intrigued with possible alternative lives in terms of reincarnation. Not having read the entire trilogy that may be an unfair critique. I wold still however recommend it to others.
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Leaving the synopsis of the story to other reviewers who have handled it more than adequately, I only wish to add that this book left me with almost literal hunger pains for the next in the trilogy.
The research was exemplary and the majority of the characters depicted as though one could consider them intimate friends.
This was indeed another 'couldn't put downer' which kept me awake until the wee small hours.
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