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As the winter solstice of 2012 approaches (the day of reckoning prophesied by the myths of the Kukulcan Pyramid at Chichen Itza), Mick enlists Dominique in his effort to save mankind from the apocalypse. Engineering his escape from the hospital, she accompanies him on a desperate search to find his way into the pyramid before the radio message from space, which has already activated a deadly alien weapon buried deep in the Gulf of Mexico, can open a galactic gateway to a world where evil will reign for all eternity. Alten's talent for pacing far outstrips his other writerly gifts. The political subplot is ludicrous, the special effects way over the top, and the villain-in-chief, who happens to be named Borgia, is merely a cartoon. But the story is original enough to pass muster and the past success of similar apocalyptic thrillers bodes well for this one. --Jane Adams --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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An Amazing Book . What Can I Say More , It's major Scary And it's a must buy ! how the story is told , it's amazingPublished on Dec 30 2011 by Robert Boutin
EASY TO READ WITH LOTS OF DETAILS. WITH ALL THE FACTS INTERTWINED WITH THE STORYLINE IT WAS A BIT OF A HISTORY LESSON FOR ME. I PLAN TO TRY MORE OF STEVES BOOKSPublished on April 16 2009 by Richard B. Barnaby
If I could I would rate this book a 6 but it would not let me. Mr. Alten's use of Christian and Mayan mythology work hand in hand to provide a very engrossing story. Read morePublished on May 14 2004 by ultramancosmos
Good read. Mr. Alten really did his research. I probably like the book because I have been to many of the places in the book. Good read.. well researched.Published on Feb. 23 2004
I picked up the book Domain at a sale, I had read some on the late Julius Gabriel, but did not have an educated backgroud. When I began reading Domain, I could not put it down. Read morePublished on Dec 8 2003 by Gabrielle
From the begining this novel grips and and makes you want more. Full of ancient mysteries and sci-fi, Domain is a must read for anyone who likes Indiana Jones.Published on Oct. 31 2003 by J. Colon
I have read some of the previous reviews of this book, and it sounds as if they are reading a different book. Read morePublished on Oct. 15 2003 by Gareth Estey
Steve Alten is a wonderful writer...where he grips the reader in twists and turns that soon becomes a rollercoaster ride till the end of the book... Read morePublished on July 28 2003 by William Dobson IV