Book: Emily Adams and the Seven Moons of Elysium by William T. Marshall
categories: Book, Pyramids, Ancient Egypt, The Sphinx, Moons of Elysium, Armageddon, Napoleon, Mount Nebo, Sirius, Staff of Moses, Alien Conflict
William T. Marshall about this book: Set in 1975…"Emily Adams and the Seven Moons of Elysium is the third book in the "Emily Adams and the Triangle of Doom" trilogy and details Emily's continued struggle against a rouge alien adversary who is bent on steering events on earth in his favour and towards a planned but premature Armageddon. Upon her return home to Chile to her father's ranch and finding that her father had just recently died Emily is initially wracked with grief and remorse at her rebellious attitude towards her Nazi father.
Once she realizes that she alone is the only person on earth who knows the truth behind "The Triangle of Doom" and of the impending Alien conflict brewing far away on the Moons of Elysium, this serves to strengthen Emily's resolve and determination to re-establish contact with the alien beings that helped her to escape the "Triangle of Doom". Emily arranges to rendezvous with her former adventuring partners Gunter Baron von Riesling and Professor Horace Hornpecker at the Giza complex in Cairo on the morning of her 25th birthday.
Emily is drawn deeper and deeper into an age old Alien conflict that has been played out here on Earth since the dawn of human history. Emily soon comes to realize that her involvement in this Alien conflict is much, much more than just sheer coincidence and it her destiny to act out this battle and it is a battle for the sake of mankind that she can't afford to lose.
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