|Fiction: Spiritually Orientated|
SHADOW OF THE DRAGON
By Adrian Gilbert
This is Adrian Gilbert's first novel and it will leave you hungry for more. Well-known for his intricate researches into ancient mysteries and such non-fiction block-busters as 'The Orion Mystery', 'The Mayan Prophecies' and 'Signs in the Sky', his new book is truly mind-blowing in its scope. Like Dan Brown's 'Da Vinci Code', 'Shadow of the Dragon' brings together adventure with real history, genuine esotericism and identifiable locations.
Furthermore, the books that the heroes refer to as they attempt to solve the riddle, the genealogies they investigates and the scenario of ancient history they research, are all genuine. This means that for those who wish to go further, can use 'Shadow of the Dragon' as a guide-book for their own quest into the mystic past.
About the book:
Jos Clarence, 25, good-looking, single and highly intelligent is a lecturer at University College London. His thesis: 'Ancient mathematical systems with particular reference to Mesopotamian astrology at the time of Hammurabi', is also expected to win prizes. Yet his world, and that of his flatmate Pete, an investment banker who's a friend from Cambridge, and Pete's girlfriend Cass, a flirtatious, American blonde with a worrisome past, is about to be turned upside down when he inherits an old cottage in Wales from a great-aunt he barely knew. - More than that he finds himself at the beginning of a modern-day, Arthurian adventure.
Size: 234 x 156 mm
Extent: 398 pages
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Solos PressAugust 2011