Book: Progeneter I & II - The Complete Series by Steve Bareham
categories: Book, Mayans, Longevity, Crystal Skulls, Philosophy of Life, Fiction Action Adventure, Overpopulation
Steve Bareham about this book: Progeneter is an acronym for progenetic enhancement and entropy termination. The two-book set focuses on a secret life extension formula developed by a reclusive tribe of Mayans hundreds of years ago. The plot revolves around the efforts of a sinister multinational drug company CEO to obtain the longevity formula for money and power and pits modern-day avarice against ancient martial arts. At 213,000 words (700 paperback pages) the books are an adventure saga spanning centuries. Readers get action, romance, and intrigue but all this is wrapped around important life issues of overpopulation, a unique philosophy of live and living and important questions that people should think about. It is not necessarily a "light" read, given that facts mesh with fiction and action, consider it "faction," but it's well worthwhile for people who like to learn something as they are entertained. I learned an incredible amount conducting the research over a number of years, and I hope that readers will benefit as did I from an exploration of life and living concepts that too few of us think about enough.
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Other books by Steve Bareham
: PROGENETER - The Mayans, the Skull and the Chimera of Immortality
: PROGENETER - Overpopulation Threatens World