Book: THE HARLEQUIN FILES RESONANCE KEY by Owen Newportcategories: Book, Science, Ancient History, Fantasy, Mystery, Action Adventure
Owen Newportabout this book: The Resonance Key. Gideon's need to find answers within a world that he has discovered has a longer history then he previously believed. What Gideon discovers as he and his best friend are drawn into this world is one full of secrets that he must decode in order to prevent an all out war.
To write this book I was inspired by the great many mysteries that surround ancient sites. I have been researching ancient history for a number of years and I saw that these sites all tell a similar story. In my research I also came across a number of great fringe theories that explain our past. Many of these theories are rejected by the conventional world. I saw these theories representing a complex problem that would make the perfect back drop for the main character to try and solve.
History, Religion and Philosophy have always been a key interest for me and all these parts feature heavily within the Resonance Key. As a result almost everything within the Resonance Key can be researched and expanded on by the individual reader should they wish.
Anyone loving action, science fiction and history should love this tale.
Several Amazon Reviews.
• "An entertaining read that weaved alternative archaeological theories into a clever action adventure and left me wanting to read more."
• "A good first book. It was enjoyable to read, leaving the reader with some questions answered and a few left unanswered, which means you can take something away from the story to think about."
• "The strong characters will compel you to keep reading, with Gideon (main character) in particular being a fascinating conflicted character. The story is quite multi-layered and maintains a consistent level of suspense."
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