The Cydonia Objective – Morpheus Book 3

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The Cydonia Objective

The Morpheus Initiative: Book Three – The Cydonia Objective

By David Sakmyster

 

Synopsis:

In this pulse-pounding, mind-expanding conclusion to the Morpheus Initiative trilogy, psychic Caleb Crowe must locate the ancient Spear of Destiny – the one item with sufficient power to destroy the Emerald Tablet – before those who stole it can unlock its power and use it eradicate all life on the planet. It’s a quest that will lead Caleb and his team through history, even viewing events beyond the Earth, where ancient enemies started a war that has yet to end.

From the caverns under the Sphinx to ancient ruined cities in Pakistan, and then on to a secret government project in Alaska, the Morpheus team will ultimately track the Spear to the Statue of Liberty, along the way encountering new psychics, deadly enemies with abilities to block their visions, and mysterious ancient knowledge locked away in the most unreachable of places…

 

“David Sakmyster combines expertly researched historical mysteries with compelling modern characters, intriguing plot twists, and breathless pacing. His archeologist heroes seek not just legendary secrets, but the secrets within themselves.” — William Dietrich, author of The Dakota Cipher and Blood of the Reich.

 

“…Indiana Jones meets the X-Files — an archaeologist adventurer with psychic powers of remote viewing who can see the past, ancient treasures, historical mysteries, action and adventure that crosses the world, and a damned good story.” — Kevin J. Anderson, #1 international bestselling author of The Edge of the World.

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