Seven Ancient Wonders Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Thousands of years ago, a magnificent golden capstone sat atop the Great Pyramid of Giza. It was a source of immense power, capable of bestowing upon its holder absolute global rule for a thousand years.... But then, in 323 BC, the capstone was broken into seven pieces and spread to the corners of the Earth, hidden within the Seven Ancient Wonders of the World. Now, with the coming of a rare solar event, the time has come to locate the pieces and rebuild the capstone.
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|Listening Length||14 hours and 47 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com.au Release Date||31 October 2008|
|Publisher||Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd|
|Best Sellers Rank|| 361 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
22 in Suspense
88 in Suspense Thrillers (Books)
103 in Literature & Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
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Loved it and loved it more the second or third time - do yourself a favour buy the audible book or just get the audible book as well amazing f effort by Sean Mangan throughout and I am eagerly waiting the final audible installment
As always about power – Europe v American and the Church v Freemasons and West for the Australians! GO AUSSIES!
This man has an amazing imagination along with lots of research on the latest array of mean machines and ancient civilizations making his stories exciting, yet with the sensitivity of friendship and loyalty to his fellow comrades.
West is charged with raising ‘Lily the oracle’ while locating pieces of capstone and lastly performing a ritual.
Quote ‘Cower in fear, cry in despair wretched mortals’ describes this tale well. I marvelled at the enormous achievements of past civilisations that built the wonders of the past, doesn’t say much for we idiots who live today and cannot even build a house properly let along a gothic church.
In my opinion, this book is a great read with almost non-stop action. What spoils it is the pseudo-science, pseudo-religion, and pseudo-archaeology. But I felt that the pace of the action masked a lot of the fakery. I gave it 4 stars out of 5.
I got to a point where I felt it was a struggle to read through. It's too predictable.
Overall it’s a good entertaining read, not get me wrong, he is a great writer, but I'd go to his other books if you are reading this.
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Just ensure you read them in sequence (oh and block out a large chunk of time because they are hard to put down).
A readers delight.