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by Judith Jones,Frederic Jones




After the Cataclysm of 2479 destroys most of civilization, archaeologist John Howard decides that humanity?s salvation lies in its past. Exploiting alien technology, he leads a band of followers through the gates of time. His goal: return to ancient cultures to collect the priceless artifacts before they are destroyed in the coming cataclysm.Howard?s time raids set off the inevitable ripple effects throughout history. When artifacts begin to disappear from 20th century museums, Egyptologist Virginia Alexander investigates and is soon caught up in a world of chronological paradoxes and collapsing time matrices. It?s up to her to restore the gates of time and save the past, present, and future from destruction!About the AuthorJudith Jones is computer game producer and the author of Obelisk, the game. She lives in Fremont, California.
Download Obelisk: A Novel epub
ISBN: 0761504192
ISBN13: 978-0761504191
Category: Fantasy
Subcategory: Science Fiction
Author: Judith Jones,Frederic Jones
Language: English
Publisher: Prima Lifestyles; No Edition Stated edition (August 27, 1996)
Pages: 400 pages
ePUB size: 1689 kb
FB2 size: 1160 kb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 541
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X-MEN
Loved the game, wanted to read the book.
Nicanagy
The writing style is somewhat undeveloped, as if the author is not a native English speaker. And while the story was entertaining, at least one important thread (the possibility that the cataclysm was caused by the time travelers themselves, something hinted at in multiple places) was left unresolved at the end.
Ger
This book was one of the most entertaining books I have ever read. The character development is wonderful and you feel like you know these people quickly. The technical jargon can be confusing for those who don't normally read sci-fi books or watch sci-fi movies, but if you've ever seen a Terminator movie you'll be fine. This book keeps you interested even though there is not to much action in it. The book really makes you think about what could truly be possible if we ever could travel through time and how would we deal with that power.