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The Source by Michael Cordy
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Nov 28, 2009

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bookshelves: mystery, sci-fi-fantasy, esoterica
Read in October, 2009

I like that this book builds on a piece of esoterica but you definitely need some willing suspension of disbelief.

Ross Kelly is a geologist trying to do oil finding in a green way and quits his job on principle. His wife Lauren deciphers a cool manuscript and then all hell breaks loose.

It's got a sinister Vatican official, so you know I like that. A mysterious and knowing nun, and then they all tramp off to the rain forest to find a source for healing and possibly immortality. The new Eden?

The good news is that it's not all automagic, and there's some nutter science in there to keep it from being a little too Indiana Jones.

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