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Are we the survivors of a highly evolved vanished civilization? One that preserved the essence of its high technology in a Hall of Records located under the Giza plateau? Professor Allan Parker, an American Egyptologist, makes an incredible discovery in Giza, and he's not afraid to take on the huge political and religious consequences implicated by his amazing finding. In sp Are we the survivors of a highly evolved vanished civilization? One that preserved the essence of its high technology in a Hall of Records located under the Giza plateau? Professor Allan Parker, an American Egyptologist, makes an incredible discovery in Giza, and he's not afraid to take on the huge political and religious consequences implicated by his amazing finding. In spite of the danger involved, the professor asks one of his former students, Patrick Marshall, to assist him with the find. But when Patrick arrives in Cairo, the professor has mysteriously vanished. The Sphinx and the Secret Atlantis Hall of Records kicks into high gear as Patrick is plunged into numerous strange intrigues. With the help of journalist Kim Ventura, they infiltrate scientific and religious circles where evidence about mysterious ancient history and civilizations emerge. Between infiltration and espionage, treason and manipulation, the two partners try to find the truth. When put under pressure by a secret society representing a World Order, will these fantastic revelations once again be shrouded in secrecy? In this stunning novel that mixes suspense, adventure, conspiracies, and deep teachings, scientific consciousness suggests a New World is coming ... but is it too late? Erick Surcouf was born in Paris, France, and has traveled around the world to more than 56 countries. He has lived in California, Mauritius Island, Reunion Island, COte d'Azur (near Saint-Tropez), and now resides in HyEres on the South Coast of France. He is a noted marine treasure hunter, who has always been interested in unexplained mysteries as well as ancient civilizations that have disappeared, but have had an important influence on mankind's evolution. Publisher's website: http: //sbprabooks.com/ErickSurcouf


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Are we the survivors of a highly evolved vanished civilization? One that preserved the essence of its high technology in a Hall of Records located under the Giza plateau? Professor Allan Parker, an American Egyptologist, makes an incredible discovery in Giza, and he's not afraid to take on the huge political and religious consequences implicated by his amazing finding. In sp Are we the survivors of a highly evolved vanished civilization? One that preserved the essence of its high technology in a Hall of Records located under the Giza plateau? Professor Allan Parker, an American Egyptologist, makes an incredible discovery in Giza, and he's not afraid to take on the huge political and religious consequences implicated by his amazing finding. In spite of the danger involved, the professor asks one of his former students, Patrick Marshall, to assist him with the find. But when Patrick arrives in Cairo, the professor has mysteriously vanished. The Sphinx and the Secret Atlantis Hall of Records kicks into high gear as Patrick is plunged into numerous strange intrigues. With the help of journalist Kim Ventura, they infiltrate scientific and religious circles where evidence about mysterious ancient history and civilizations emerge. Between infiltration and espionage, treason and manipulation, the two partners try to find the truth. When put under pressure by a secret society representing a World Order, will these fantastic revelations once again be shrouded in secrecy? In this stunning novel that mixes suspense, adventure, conspiracies, and deep teachings, scientific consciousness suggests a New World is coming ... but is it too late? Erick Surcouf was born in Paris, France, and has traveled around the world to more than 56 countries. He has lived in California, Mauritius Island, Reunion Island, COte d'Azur (near Saint-Tropez), and now resides in HyEres on the South Coast of France. He is a noted marine treasure hunter, who has always been interested in unexplained mysteries as well as ancient civilizations that have disappeared, but have had an important influence on mankind's evolution. Publisher's website: http: //sbprabooks.com/ErickSurcouf

7 review for The Sphinx and the Secret Atlantis Hall of Records

  1. 5 out of 5

    CA Portnellus

    Technical historical data a major overload, but kudos to the author for providing provenance-4+ stars. Plot although muddled ended up interesting 3+ stars. The overall score for a novel 3.75 stars. I wanted to give it more but read below as to why. This was a difficult book to read. While its description here sounds exciting and fast-paced, it was sadly bogged down by too much information and provenance. It took me months to read this, as I became bored and picked up another book. I read ten othe Technical historical data a major overload, but kudos to the author for providing provenance-4+ stars. Plot although muddled ended up interesting 3+ stars. The overall score for a novel 3.75 stars. I wanted to give it more but read below as to why. This was a difficult book to read. While its description here sounds exciting and fast-paced, it was sadly bogged down by too much information and provenance. It took me months to read this, as I became bored and picked up another book. I read ten other books (perhaps some silly ones and what I describe as Brain Candy) while trying to slog through this tome. I felt bad for the author because of the information packed in there, but it just wasn't keeping my interest. I needed a nap after reading a few pages. I was given an ARC with the request for an honest review. With months passing and still not finished, I dropped my other books and returned to read this one cover to cover. (Sigh.) I wanted to enjoy it as I do like historical novels, as well as Egyptology. I was not sure of the author’s audience-written for the British, French or Americans, as the novel was written using British grammar and spelling. Very detailed, with perhaps too much that bogged down the pace. It felt very much like someone’s doctoral thesis or dissertation, with too much information crammed in to make a point. However, many of those points are beyond the need for a fictional/historical novel. It would have been better for the characters themselves to use the footnoted remarks in dialogue. Much of this could have been edited since it really did not lend itself to the overall outcome of the plot. Much of the writing is of a higher language a bit stilted perhaps due to language differences, and the academic (erudite tone) nature of the writing. It was like an assembly of the greatest but oldest archeologists, historians, and experts got together to tell their tales and suppositions, none quite hearing the other as they expound upon their experiences. Footnotes abound in this book with explanations for the various topical terms and histories of famous expert persons. There were some footnotes explaining very obvious and sometimes American terms or products. It wasn't until about 80% in that the characters of Kim Ventura and her secret interesting archeologist, took the book from the shadows and dust into a modern adventure. The characters were a bit flat, especially the supposed hero, who hardly had any physical descriptions other than ‘tall and athletic of build.’ The author tried to make a possible romance between the one lady archeologist (Ventura) who ended up being an agent to protect the Researcher. Mostly it was missed moments. Maybe that was the intent; love flies out the window while everyone is in a rush to find the secret chambers, so lost opportunities abound in every scene. Everyone's honor is still intact. Some characters do get a bit confusing as they have similar names and hierarchy, with not many physical descriptions. Their POV (point of view) sometimes is jumbled, especially when rehashing their history. There are a few miscellaneous grammar mistakes (French/British/American) but mostly clean editing. I began to enjoy the book at about 80% done, piecing the facts together. I think some people will like this book, especially those Alien/Atlantean theorists, and dooms-dayers alike. For those who want the knowledge of overloaded details like an Arthur C. Clarke novel, with heavy language, then enjoy. Where it became interesting was toward the end, finding that some of the characters are double-timing everyone, and are secret members of the ancient Atlantean society. The Atlantean history is interesting, although circumspect to many theories of an alien intervention of a primitive Earth. We probably will never truly know all the secrets or if there really are secrets. So, in this case, the suppositions lean towards a Sci-Fi feel. The end is surprising, and again, the secrets are covered up in the collapsing of the tunnels. A sequel might be at hand.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Carrie Kellenberger

    The Sphinx and the Secret Atlantis Hall of Records is an interesting novel that is clearly well-researched. It's full of interesting facts and it's clear that the author is very knowledgeable on Egyptology, archaeology, and science. Professor Allan Parker is an American Egyptologist who makes a discovery in Giza that comes fraught with political and religious consequences. He invites a former student by the name of Patrick Marshall to assist him with further research, but by the time Marshall arr The Sphinx and the Secret Atlantis Hall of Records is an interesting novel that is clearly well-researched. It's full of interesting facts and it's clear that the author is very knowledgeable on Egyptology, archaeology, and science. Professor Allan Parker is an American Egyptologist who makes a discovery in Giza that comes fraught with political and religious consequences. He invites a former student by the name of Patrick Marshall to assist him with further research, but by the time Marshall arrives in Egypt, Professor Parker has gone missing. Marshall meets a journalist named Kim Ventura and the two of them set out to find out the truth about the revelations that Dr. Parker has uncovered in the Hall of Records under the Giza plateau. Is it possible that modern day humans owe their survival to a highly evolved civilization that has vanished completely? Will Patrick and Kim be able to uncover the mystery? The historical details and facts in this novel are great, but the flow of this book - along with the action - is often interrupted by long, academic discussions. I felt that this deterred from the overall excitement and intrigue within the book itself, but I also understand that the author was trying to demonstrate his knowledge of this subject. Adventures and conspiracies abound, but they are flattened a bit by the ongoing dialogue. If you're someone who really enjoys Egyptology and archaeology, I'm sure you'll enjoy this book.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Alretha Thomas

    I was gifted this book in exhange for an honest review. It's not the genre I read, but I took a chance, and surprisingly I found it to be an interesting read. The author, Erick Surcouf, is very knowledgeable about this subject, and it came through in his writing. Those who love history, archaelogy, and science will love this book. As a lay person, I found it intersting as well. It had me on the edge of my seat right from the opening when Patrick Marshall, a central character, hit the scene. He w I was gifted this book in exhange for an honest review. It's not the genre I read, but I took a chance, and surprisingly I found it to be an interesting read. The author, Erick Surcouf, is very knowledgeable about this subject, and it came through in his writing. Those who love history, archaelogy, and science will love this book. As a lay person, I found it intersting as well. It had me on the edge of my seat right from the opening when Patrick Marshall, a central character, hit the scene. He was asked by Professor Allan Parker, an American Egyptologist, who makes an incredible discovery in Giza, to assist him with his find. Tensions rise when Patrick arrives in Cairo and the professor goes missing. From there the book takes off as Patrick goes from one adventure to another with journalist, Kim Ventura by his side, together trying to discover the truth. Will they be able to unravel the mystery or will a secret society keep them from doing so? If you're looking for a book filled with suspense and intrigue, The Sphinx is the book for you.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mj

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jane Cairns

  7. 5 out of 5

    Adrain Hazlett

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