The Third Eye Trilogy
The first two ebooks of the Third Eye Trilogy, Through the Third Eye, and The Eye’s Revelation, are published on Amazon book stores. Paperback copies are also available in the Amazon US bookstore.
The first several chapters are available for preview on Amazon. If you do not have an ereader like a Kindle, you can read the ebooks with Amazon’s FREE Kindle eReader for your PC, Mac, iPad, Android, etc. You can even read the books on-line using their ebook web-reader – it looks like any other web page. If you must have a different ebook version, ie, Nook, Kobo, Sony Reader, contact me at the address below and I can arrange for you to get a copy in that format.
Book 1: Through the Third Eye - Synopsis
In this fast-moving thriller, Clay Barton and Shali Faisal are seeking ancient documents hidden since the beginning of recorded time–documents that could forever change the course of human history. They use secret, archived CIA parapsychology techniques for past life regression that Clay discovered while working at the Stanford Research Institute. Together, they must make contact with present-day people whose historically famous past-lives are tied to the writings.
They finally locate their treasure trove of ancient knowledge, but not before a harrowing journey that takes them around the world. Along the way, their one-time affair of the past pokes into their professional treasure hunting relationship. But eventually they come to understand the reason these writings have been hidden and protected for millennia: the knowledge contained within could change the world as we know it.
They realize that now is the time in history to reveal the secrets, but a dangerous and unknown force is trying to stop their efforts. This thought-provoking thriller will challenge many accepted paradigms and will make the reader rethink the world around us.
Book 2: The Eye’s Revelation - Synopsis
The Eye’s Revelation carries on the suspense, action and thought-provoking nature of Book 1. Shali and Clay find themselves traveling the globe from Papua, New Guinea to Kathmandu, as both the hunter and the hunted. They never could have predicted the paths they would take as they close in on the secrets of their quest. The unknown entity trying to stop them is revealed while their closest partner shows a side they had never anticipated. It is difficult to tell the good guys from the bad. New revelations of the Third Eye may force them to renege on their honor.
Book Review Snippets:
Linda, USA: books-treasureortrash.com
This was a compelling book with an original concept. I was intrigued and captivated from the first page. I highly recommend this book and if you liked the Da Vinci Code, then you will love Through the Third Eye.
Joanne Clancy, Ireland: amazon.com
Through the Third Eye is a fast-paced, action packed but also a very intelligent story. I enjoyed the characters of Clay and Shali. 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.
Dr. Roger Nelson (Princeton, NJ): amazon.com
Powerfully engaging. Took a look to see what it was about, and got hooked by the story. Recommend it to people who want a fast-moving gripper with a very unusual structural core.
Anjalee, UK: smashwords.com
If you enjoyed the pace of ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’ and the unfolding mystery in ‘The Da Vinci Code’, this is one not to miss.
Tana, Canada: smashwords.com
The book is interesting and a new concept to me I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a well thought out suspense/thriller /mystery novel. If you were a fan of books like the Da Vinci Code this book is right up your alley.
Anne, USA: Barnes & Nobel
The book was a good read, well written and easy to follow.
Belinda, South Africa: smashwords.com
Thoroughly enjoyed the book could not put it down.
Dennis, USA: smashwords.com
I found the book fascinating and well written. The pace kept you wondering what was going to happen next.
Book 3: Fate of the Eye
A twist leads Clay and Shali in a totally different direction with the regression protocols. Gaining experiences from the past, they discover new ways to combat the Illuminati-like organization that has been trying to destroy them and their work for years. The dichotomy of their quest not only counters their nemisis, it reveals a future that could have only been forecasted by the wisest of Oracles.
Through the Third Eye touches on many sensitive subjects both inside and outside of the world we live in. The historical context may have people questioning the sources and motivations of religion, gender differences, racial issues, sexual preference, science and technology quandaries One reader reported that the thought provoking nature of Through the Third Eye started a week-long family feud over what is real and what is not. Several reviewers likened this novel to Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code, perhaps in how it challenges societal paradigms.
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