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PROGENETER II - Immortality: Endgame

it was amazing 5.0  ·  Rating Details ·  11 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
The reclusive order of warrior Mayan monks protected the crystal skull for 5,000 years, but now, in 2012, its secret is out, and the price of failure may be billions of lives. Action, adventure, romance, danger, and important life issues abound in this 2-book set that asks: What would you do to live for 250 years: virtual immortality? Some would spend every cent they have, ...more
ebook, 1, 300 pages
Published June 1st 2012 by Summa Publishing
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Emma Mackay
Jun 05, 2012 Emma Mackay rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: anyone who likes to read and learn
Shelves: fiction
This is an exceptional book, not average in any respect. You can tell that the author put a LOT of thought into the writing and the research. Not often that you get fiction and facts woven together like this and it's refreshing to think I'm learning about a bunch of different things for my money. I should warn that it isn't a light read in terms of language sophistication, but I think that's good. So much fiction these days is about as simple as "see Spot run" and it seems books are pumped out ...more
Hawkins Payne
Jun 05, 2012 Hawkins Payne rated it it was amazing
Excellent read, great info and complex plot. Way above average.
Gill Lancaster
Jun 08, 2012 Gill Lancaster rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: anyone who likes good writing and an interesting plot
Recommended to Gill by: a friend
Steve Bareham isn’t new to writing, but this is his first work of fiction, so I read a bunch of sample content before I bought the novel. I was hooked within a couple of pages. The writing is sophisticated but not stuffy and the characters are well developed as is the plot. And what a plot. It’s all about adding a couple of centuries to people’s lifespans and what that would mean to the planet. And within all that, you get an order of modern-day warrior monks doing battle with bad guy ...more
Rob Thomson
Jun 10, 2012 Rob Thomson rated it it was amazing
If you're a fan of genres such as Clive Cussler, Lee Child, or J.A. Jance, it's time to kick it up a notch! Many writers of popular fiction become predictable in their outcomes in spite of initially great story lines. Steve Bareham has created a new and refreshing approach combining a "can't put it down" story line intertwined with the opportunity to learn about real life issues.The Progeneter series are gripping and informative leaving the reader satisfied as a reader of fiction and better ...more
George Miller
Jun 23, 2012 George Miller rated it it was amazing
These two books cover a lot of ground so you really get your money's worth through the exploration of creative theories about how the Mayan civilization rose and fell, moving along through days of the old west and within about 70 pages up to modern day when the action moves from the U.S. to the wilderness of Canada. The writer does a great job of character development and scene setting. Best books I've read in a long time.
Aug 02, 2014 Glen rated it it was amazing
A lot of research went into this book and a lot of thought on how our species handles itself as a whole.
It's an interesting question to ask as to whether we are programmed to be violent, predisposed towards lashing out at those that are not like us culturally, and incapable of ever steering our ship away from it's eventual collision course of self extinction.
The book itself had plenty of action between it's philosophical questions which I enjoyed but, it almost fell below a five star rating for
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Barry Northey...
a great read all- combining interesting & mind-altering socio-psychological-scientific fact with 'want to read on & on' exciting fiction...most important is the 'message' tho - read it & find out for yourself ...
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Aug 28, 2013 Steve Bareham rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
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Steve Bareham has written 15 books (12 nonfiction and three fiction), through publishers such as Harper Collins, McGraw-Hill Ryerson, and EduServ. He teaches human resources, marketing, business communication, critical thinking, and cross cultural communication courses to management students at Selkirk College in Canada.
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