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Publisher's Summary

The truth about human history is about to be revealed...but will we be allowed to know it?
For thousands of years, the truth about human history has intentionally been suppressed and exploited.
For decades, scholars have been saying that the truth about human history will be found inside the Great Pyramid of Giza, but up till now no one has ever been able to find it. Those who tried have been ridiculed and persecuted.
Will Daniel Rossler and Dr. Sarah Clarke be allowed to uncover the real and true message? As they come closer to the truth, skepticism out of the academic community is replaced by evil and malicious adversaries, dumping them into a very hostile world where violence, deceit, and duplicity become their daily companions. The mysterious Orion Society with its deranged and psychopathic members, the CIA, the Marines, the Mossad, and even the president of the United States become involved. Not all of them have good intentions.
The Tenth Cycle is a full-length novel, a provocative technothriller about human history, conspiracies, and an ancient society with power and money that will stop at nothing to reach their sinister goals.
This fast-paced thriller adventure is the first book in J C Ryan's Rossler Foundation Mystery series.
©2014 JC Ryan (P)2017 JC Ryan
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3 out of 5 stars
By Ian on 08-21-17

Bad audio, but book worth purchasing

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

I would definitely recommend the print or electronic version of this book to a friend. The story is fun, action packed, and fast paced. However, I wouldn't recommend the audiobook because the narrator's voice (I'm not sure if it's a weird accent or a lisp) kept pulling me out of the story, and tarnished my experience with this story as a result.

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

Absolutely! I felt like I barely had a chance to catch a breather before the characters were thrust into more action.

How could the performance have been better?

I'm not sure if the performance could've been improved by the narrator as the problem was his voice. However, the book could've been performed better if it would've been done by a different narrator.

Do you think The Tenth Cycle needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

Yes, this story has more threads than Souja Boy has stacks. Another book could easily be written.

Any additional comments?

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 08-30-17

Interesting!

This book has a very good story. In a way, different way to see men's evolution. It's really enjoyable. I highly recommend it.

This book was free for an honest review.

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5 out of 5 stars
By med c on 08-04-17

Mystery book

What does William Andre Gensburger bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

Narration is very good and clear.

Any additional comments?

If you like mystery, suspense, thrillers, and conspiracy with good clean healthy romance mixed in you will enjoy it. I enjoyed it very much.

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

3 out of 5 stars
By Norma Miles on 08-17-17

Now let's go change the world.

Any additional comments?

A book in three parts - an investigation started by a journalist looking for a story series about the building of the Great Pyramid which blossoms into something so much more; a love story; a 'thriller' aspect of nefarious persons determined to halt the discoveries getting out into the world.

The investigation: quite fascinating and wide ranging, incorporating myth and legend, astrology, archaeology, mathematics, statistics, computer coding and linguistics. This part was, mostly, well done and if not totally convincing in it's entirety, was certainly plausible and thought provoking.

The romance. I think 'awful' sums it up succinctly.

The opposition: well, I guess it would have been rather a dull fictional story without something to spice it up, but the whole was poorly done and the main baddies were almost risible. The centuries old Orion organisation, super rich and powerful, yet totally secret seemed just that little bit too outlandish, incompetent (and known to so many!), it did not ring true.

Add in the poor characterisations and flat writing and this was a book I was seriously losing the will to finish by the time I was two thirds of the way through despite the good narration by William Gensburger. His voice was warm, well paced and modulated, and his protagonists were slightly differentiated in conversation. But given the often poor exchanges, especially during the growing romance scenes, even he must have found this hard work. There was also the annoying "End of chapter ..." stated after each section before the more usual continuing 'Chapter ...' followed by the heading, that further broke concentration. His delivery of the textual exploration of each new discovery, though, was excellent, read more like a factual document and so assisting the believability of the theories as they evolved.
So, a really interesting idea but badly presented. A book half the length, omitting the uninspiring romantic attempts, would have been at least twice as good. There were also half a dozen editting problems where words already spoken were repeated immediately after. I received my copy of The Tenth Cycle as a complimentary download from the rights holder, via Audiobook Boom. Thank you. With much to enjoy and ponder, I am sorry that the book as a whole did not live up to it's obvious promise.

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