In Antarctica, a glacial earthquake swallows up a team of scientists - and exposes a mysterious monument older than the Earth itself.
In Peru, archaeologist Dr Conrad Yeats is apprehended by US Special Forces to unlock the final key to the origins of the human race.
In Rome, the Pope summons environmental activist Dr Serena Serghetti to the Vatican - and reveals a terrifying vision of apocalyptic disaster.
In space, a weather satellite reveals four massive storms forming around the South Pole - and three US spy satellites disappear from orbit.
These are the end times, when the agendas of a lost civilization and the prophecies of the world's great religions lead a man and a woman to the shattering discovery that will change the face of humankind.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 352 pages
- Publisher: Simon & Schuster
- Publication Date: 02/10/2006
- Category: Thriller / suspense
- ISBN: 9781416522324
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Review by wyvernfriend
Pure hokum, filled with stock characters but I found it a fun read, provided I didn't really look any deeper than surface. Dr Conrad Yeats is a disgraced archeologist, he has found things that people prefer to be left alone and now the US special forces are dragging him to Atlantis. There he finds something he never expected to find. Meanwhile Dr Serena Serghetti is being summoned to the Vatican, they want her to look into what's going on.It's like watching a low budget film made for TV, entertaining at the time but occasionally you look at it and your suspension of disbelief is crashing hard against something that just doesn't quite gel. I've read worse, and I read much better.