Keeping Gods Secret (Tego Arcana Dei, #1)

  • Title: Keeping Gods Secret (Tego Arcana Dei, #1)
  • Author: Andrew Man
  • ISBN: 9781910782736
  • Page: 135
  • Format: Paperback
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    ↠ Keeping Gods Secret (Tego Arcana Dei, #1) ¸ Andrew Man - Keeping Gods Secret (Tego Arcana Dei, #1), Keeping Gods Secret Tego Arcana Dei Britain is suffering under the recession and James Pollack leaves to work for a bank in Switzerland only to return to the Caribbean island of Antigua for a meeting Her name is Gina her client is the

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    Keeping Gods Secret (Tego Arcana Dei, #1)

    About Andrew Man


    1. Andrew was born in Exeter, Devon, at the end of the last war His father served in the Royal Navy seeing action in the Atlantic and with the Italian landings, which may be why some of his stories are about Italy and Italian girls Educated at a school in the Midlands of England, he follows another old school boy D.H Lawrence, in his quest for the purpose of life Having shown little interest at school, he was sent to a School of Navigation and then apprenticed to the Port out Starboard home Steam Company He served on some very old cargo vessels and some yellow funnel dream boats during the 60 s and 70 s Then becoming disillusioned and bored he went back to study for a new career in finance His career in finance was to last nearly thirty years, working with British, American and Swiss Banks and finally with his own finance company in downtown Beirut His writing developed after he retired through visits to the CERN centre in Switzerland, which also forms a basis for some of his stories To write his books, he has moved through places where he worked in the past, from London, Lebanon, to Geneva and the Caribbean Towards the end of 2014 he studied online with the Resonance Project, Kilauea, which helped him with the science in the final book of the trilogy More recently he has been active as a script writer on stage32 writing a pilot script for his second book Forces of Retribution Now back in 2015, he formed the Geneva Creatives Group and can sometimes be found at the Grutli, discussing new projects over a glass of wine Andrew remains pensive and lives in the Swiss Romande part of Switzerland with his wife and a teenage son.


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    1. Beyond the Rest of Us is one of the strangest books I ve read for a long time and yet I enjoyed it without having the blindest clue as to what is going on to whom, why, where or when The story line is certainly beyond me and I wonder if this is because I jumped in at Book 3 instead of at the beginning There s talk of jumping, sliding and dreaming between dimensions I think facilitated by a medallion but these are all normal ideas for main character, James Pollack, who already seems to be familia [...]

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    2. This is a sexy, fast paced throttle through time and theory requiring your full engagement as a reader, and for me that makes a novel succeed as a great escape The main character, James Pollack, is up against missions where the stakes are high on both a macro and personal level, and he needs to reach Alexei, who is in one time dimension while pregnant with his child, and that child might be the first male child born on the planet in than 100 years following a genetic crisis.James is a strong ch [...]

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    3. I received this book for free via First Reads.It was one of those books that is hard to review.The reasons for this is that it had a very confusing beginning and a very confusing ending I feel I should have read book one first to understand the beginning but it also introduced a lot of unfamiliar concepts very quickly I assume the ending was left that way for a forthcoming sequel.I did like the writing style but I also felt that it could have been descriptive of the science behind the science f [...]

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    4. Full review now available on my blog thewritinggreyhound The book started off well, introducing us to the main character, James We meet him in a hotel in Geneva and begin to be drawn into his story, setting the pace of a slow burning thriller Then just as you begin to get involved in the story James mystic Indian guardian Deepak appears.It feels like the author tried to cram about 10 books of entirely different genres into one, then combined the end result with a physics textbook to create this [...]

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    5. Tego Arcana Dei Forces of Retribution is the second in a trilogy of human interest adventure thrillers by the author Andrew Man Dramatic, action packed and with an assured quantum physics context, Man has succeeded in creating a unique hybrid of science fiction and thriller which is bound to delight fans of both, in equal measure In a manner reminiscent of Jasper Fforde, Man explores the notion of alternate dimensions , with the characters often jumping through space and time across two parallel [...]

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    6. Tego Arcana Dei Forces of Retribution is the second in a trilogy of human interest adventure thrillers by the author Andrew Man Dramatic, action packed and with an assured quantum physics context, Man has succeeded in creating a unique hybrid of science fiction and thriller which is bound to delight fans of both, in equal measure In a manner reminiscent of Jasper Fforde, Man explores the notion of alternate dimensions , with the characters often jumping through space and time across two parallel [...]

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    7. Although this is the third book in the Tego Arcana Dei Series, I think that it works as a standalone story, the common denominator, to all the novels, being that of the main protagonist, James Pollack The story of kidnap, disappearance and corruption is well constructed and the author writes with assurance about a genre of fiction he obviously cares passionately about.The story is very contemporary and draws the reader into a world of danger and espionage it s filled with subtle detail and litte [...]

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    8. I wasn t sure what I would be getting when I first started Keeping Gods Secret , but within just a few pages I was hooked and couldn t put the book down for anything This was an imaginative tale that mixes a lot of book genres together from fantasy to science fiction, spirituality, romance, action adventure and Andrew Man is a talented writer who manages to weave a captivating story of interdimensional travel and time travel through the use of astral travel that only a few can use James Pollack [...]

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    9. This is a great science fiction novel about multiple universes, the present day and the near future Stuck in the middle of Lebanon in the middle of war, the main character, James Pollack, finds himself between universes In this world he faces war, in the alternative universe he faces a landscape full of mutants in which he is one of the few remaining males of the human species.The novel mixes alternate reality and pulp style themes of last man on earth in a clear and well written narrative.

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    10. Tego Arcana Dei Forces of Retribution by Andrew ManAndrew Man s time traveling hero, James Pollack, is back in this 2nd book Forces of Retribution, take him through time, from2010 back to 2006 and forward to 2059 Sometimes he is like Indiana Jones,navigating underground tunnels at the Egyptian pyramids Other times, he s very much like a James Bond, with high tech gadgets to move him through parallel universes.Overall it is an interesting book to read, so I was pleased to receive mine as a First [...]

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    11. Latest review by Paul Wandason The third book in Andrew Man s Tego Arcana Dei series is one of the strangest books I ve read for a long time and yet I enjoyed it without having the blindest clue as to what was going on to whom,why, where or when review show

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