Splice: The Hybrid Resurgence (Anno Domini) by Nathan Schnackenberg (Review by Derek- #NerdGirlDad)

 Splice

Title: Splice: The Hybrid Resurgence (Anno Domini)

Author: Nathan Schnackenberg

Published Date: 29th January 2014

Genre: Thriller

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***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***

Synopsis

Nathan Schnackenberg’s new novel, SPLICE – The Hybrid Resurgence, is a fast-paced, political thriller that stuns the conscience and begs the question, “Could this really happen in our world today?”

SPLICE tells the frightening story of a well-funded operation known as the Phantoms, who use ancient codes and 21st Century technology to manipulate the world in nefarious ways. Solomon Keys and his ragtag team are the unassuming, reluctant counterbalance to this resurgence of ancient evil. But who’s really orchestrating the events as they unfold? Who’s really behind the fulfillment of ancient lore and prophesy?

Nathan Schnackenberg bases much of his fiction on the lifelong research of Zeke Wheeler. For those unfamiliar, Wheeler spent over two decades tracking down artifacts, tablets, and codes left behind by our ancestors in remote corners of the earth. He believed that the ancient past was the only place to find answers about our coming future. On the basis of that research, Schnackenberg splices myth with religion, past with the present, and technology with metaphysics, to deliver a story that is hard to put down.

What’s fiction? What’s fact? What future really lies ahead?

SPLICE the clues together and discover for yourself…

 

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***Derek – #NerdGirlDad’s  Review***
 Similar in many ways to Dan Brown’s work this is a political thriller combining  elements of mythology and DNA research.

I can’t really say any more without spoiling the story for you
Just as with Dan Brown you will be left wondering how much is historical fact and how much fiction. You will also be surprised to find that for once, the military are the good guys. My advice is to just enjoy the tale and don’t wonder too much. Then look forward to the next in the trilogy.

 

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