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.
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Bad audio, but book worth purchasing
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.
Absolutely! I felt like I barely had a chance to catch a breather before the characters were thrust into more action.
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.
Yes, this story has more threads than Souja Boy has stacks. Another book could easily be written.
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Dan Brown -ish
I read a lot of mystery and thriller books every month and most of them turn out to be pretty meh. This book was an exception. The synopsis promises an action packed book and then the book actually delivers on that promise. Apart from a few dull moments, the story is fast paced and never bored me. The suspense is well crafted and every chapter makes it more n more thrilling. It all comes to a head in the end and climaxes with a satisfying ending.
The narration was one of the good points of this audiobook. Andre delivered an awesome performance, with a distinct voice for each of the characters. All the dialogues were clear and understandable and I didn't have to rewind, which I hate to do.
I received this audiobook for free from the author / narrator / publisher in exchange for an unbiased review.
- Bikram Agarwal