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Glass Trilogy Book 1: Glass House


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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.

The mysteries of Australia may just hold the answers mankind has been searching for millennium to find. When Doctor James Hay, a university scientist who studies the paranormal mysteries in Australia, finds an obelisk of carved volcanic rock on sacred Aboriginal land in northern Queensland, he realizes it may hold the answers he's been seeking. A respected elder of the Aboriginal people instructs James to take up the gauntlet and follow his heart. Along with his old friend and award-winning writer Spencer, Samantha Louis, her cameraman, and two of James' Aboriginal students, James embarks on a life-changing quest for the truth.

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  • Amazon Customer
    Aug 30, 2017, 06:48
    Four Stars

    Fantastic!!!!!
  • Amazon Customer
    Aug 30, 2017, 06:46
    Australian Mythology - Fascinating!

    I was intrigued by this book set around the Glass House Mountains in Australia and can’t imagine where it will lead in the other books in the series, which I am anxiously awaiting to become available. I am not a believer in the paranormal and have read very little on the subject but will always keep an open mind when reading about most subjects. As I had already read Max Overton’s historicals with his meticulous research and descriptions I thought I had nothing to lose, and could only become a little more educated about Australian mythology by reading this story. Indeed I did, and with his usual style and flare I was transported to Australia and immersed in an intriguing tale. Another must read by Max Overton.
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