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Glass Trilogy Book 2: A Glass Darkly


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Delve deep into the mysteries of Aboriginal mythology, present day UFO activity and pure science that surround the continent of Australia, from its barren deserts to the depths of its rainforest and even deeper into its mysterious mountains. Along the way, love, greed, murder, and mystery abound while the secrets of mankind and the ultimate answer to 'what happens now?' just might be answered.

A dead volcano called Glass Mountain in Northern California seems harmless... but is it really? 

Andromeda Jones, a physicist, knows her missing sister Samantha is somehow tied up with the new job Andromeda herself has been offered to work with a team in constructing Vox Dei, a machine that's been ostensibly built to eliminate wars. But what is its true nature, and who's pulling the strings?

When the experiment spins out of control, dark powers are unleashed and the danger to mankind unfolds relentlessly. Strange, evil shadows are using the Vox Dei and Andromeda's sister Samantha to get through to our world, knowing the time is near when Earth's final destiny will be decided. 

Federal forces are aware of something amiss, so, to rescue her sibling, Andromeda agrees to go on a dangerous mission and soon finds herself entangled in a web of professional jealousy, political betrayal, and flat-out greed. 

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  • Sara Jane Sesay (Amazon customer)
    Aug 30, 2017, 07:17
    Glass House Trilogy A Do Not Miss Read

    So far I have read the first two of the Glass House trilogy and cannot wait to read the third. Max Overton is a very diverse and talented writer. I have read most of his books and never tire of his stories.
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