The Vilcabamba Prophecy (A Nick Randall Novel) by Robert Rapoza (Review by Derek – #NerdGirlDad)

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Title: The Vilcabamba Prophecy (A Nick Randall Novel) 

Author: Robert Rapoza 

Published Date: April 10th 2016

Genre: Thriller/Fantasy


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NICK RANDALL is an archeologist who believes mankind isn’t alone on Earth. When a mysterious benefactor funds his research, he departs to find the lost city of Vilcabamba. Hidden deep in the Amazon, Randall believes the city holds proof that his contentious theory is true. Upon arriving at the ruins, he mysteriously disappears.

Randall’s beautiful daughter SAMANTHA learns of her father’s disappearance from his mentor FRANCISCO ANDRADE who pleads for her help. An accomplished archeologist herself, Sam must decide if she will set aside her career and search for the man she blames for her mother’s death.

But someone else is looking for her father as well. FRANCIS DUMOND, a shadowy man with unlimited resources, will stop at nothing to find Vilcabamba and use its technology to control the world. It’s a race against time to see if Sam can find her father, prove his theories and stop Dumond.

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***Derek -#NerdGirlDad’s  Review***
Readers will quickly realize that the author has talent. The action starts very early and continues throughout the tale. Everything, from the scene to the characters are so well described you will imagine you are there and will identify with them.
I was not surprized to read that the author was runner up in a competition for new action tales. He deserved the recognition. The story itself is a good one and I read the whole in one session as I wanted to know how it ends.
Robert Rapoza is definitely a name to remember and look for.


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  • Robert Rapoza

    Thank you Derek and NerdGirl for reviewing my book! Thanks to your help we’re driving up the Amazon free books chart!

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