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Robert G Peterson
In the third book of in The 8th Mayan Prophecy series, brothers Nick Jensen and Terry Warrington - twins separated at birth - find themselves clashing with one another in an embittered rivalry. As their teenage pranks escalate they turn potentially deadly, much to the delight of Alastor Thanatos, the diabolical leader of the World Council and the man who set the twins conflict in motion. But did he go too far?
As the countdown to the revelation of the one spoken of in the prophecy approaches, Nick and his friends - Grace, AJ, Maddy and Anthony, embark on another quest. This time they are searching for the long lost Templar treasure buried somewhere in North America by Templar Knight and explorer Sir Henry Sinclair and his men in 1398 - a treasure that is said to be the source of the Templar's rise to unrestrained power and enormous wealth.
When Terry joins their group the teenagers have to determine if he is there to help or is he in it for personal gain? Their search takes them from Minnesota to the east coast of America and on to Scotland as they follow clues left by Sinclair that were passed down by his relatives for centuries, including the cryptic message: It is buried in new ground, not found, on an island, not an island, in a place where things grow but shouldn't.
But they soon find that someone else has been searching for the Templar treasure for decades - Alastor Thanatos. A treasure he is so desperate to obtain he's willing to kill anyone who gets in his way. As they race against time - and each other - the teenagers and Thanatos' goons cross paths and face off in a fatal encounter.
Can the teenagers unravel Sinclair's message and find where the treasure is buried and retrieve it before Thanatos does? And if they find it, what dark, powerful secrets might it hold?
And who will be the person spoken of in the 8th Mayan Prophecy?
- Publication Date:
- 149351542X / 9781493515424
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5" x 8"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Historical / General