Book Review: Emily Adams The Trilogy of Doom by William T. Marshallcategories: Book, Aliens, Pyramids, Jungle Adventure, Humour, Ancient Egypt, Elysium, Sirius, Science Fiction
William T. Marshallabout this book: "Emily Adams the Trilogy of Doom" is a collection of three books encompassing Emily Adams's epic struggle against titanic alien forces bent on securing dominance of mankind's spiritual management facility.
Book 1…"Emily Adams and the Triangle of Doom"
Set in 1974. The start of Emily's adventure and a massive reality shock for Emily as destiny draws her into an area of dank fetid dangerous jungle as yet relatively unexplored and locked in its interior many secrets that truly protract all the way back to the origins of man.
Book 2…"Kesselvassa the Triangle of Doom II"
Set in 1941. The book details Emily's father's expedition to the very same jungle area and details his epic struggle to learn on behalf of the Nazi party all the secrets contained within the "Triangle of Doom"
Book 3…"Emily Adams and the Seven Moons of Elysium"
Set in 1975, Emily continues her struggle with a starting point at the Giza complex in Cairo and finds that her battle has many Ancient Egyptian and perhaps even biblical connections
The Alien struggle is as old as history itself and although initially unaware of it Emily's part in the struggle started way before she was even born and it is fate and destiny that drive her forward. Emily is an adventuring young, free spirited individual blessed with a not insignificant degree of animal sexual attraction and all who meet with her become perhaps slightly intoxicated by her rare perfect beauty. As the three books unfold Emily discovers that the struggle to dominate man's spiritual destiny goes all the way back and beyond our own written history, and many of histories significant events have been influenced by what she indeed discovered to have been supposedly prohibited alien intervention.
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Well worth a readLoved every bit of it. After chapter three I found it hard to put down. The combination of humour, action and a good dose of escapism all come together to make for a very easy and thoroughly enjoyable read. Having now read all three I have to say I can't wait on book four. [by Calum MacInnes]
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