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The Mongol Objective (Morpheus Initiative #2)

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After a mystical Egyptian artifact is stolen by a renegade member of the Morpheus Initiative, Caleb Crowe and his team of psychics must use all their abilities to prevent the release of its catastrophic power. But first, they must survive the defenses of a subterranean mausoleum belonging to the world's greatest conqueror. Genghis Khan.
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Published (first published October 3rd 2011)
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Oct 23, 2012 rated it really liked it
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The Mongol Objective is the second book in the Morpheus Initiative series by David Sakmyster. Caleb Crowe is back on an adventure with the Morpheus Initiative, a group of psychic archeologists who travel the world looking for ancient treasures. This time, his sister Phoebe is by his side as they search for a former colleague who has stolen a valuable Egyptian artifact. They travel around the world and find themselves on a quest to locate Genghis Khan's tomb.

Like the first book in this series, Th
Jun 18, 2013 rated it really liked it
Fast-Paced Action Continues In This 2nd Book Of Series

The Morpheus Initiative Series

The entire Morpheus Initiative is action and adventure and scrape-of-the-teeth thriller escapes. I love historical conspiracy stories (well-written ones, anyways). And despite pretty high expectations on my part for how fun it would be to read this set, this entire set of books blew those expectations to shreds as the action whipped past at a far greater rate than I expected.

Different stories use different metho
Lon Casler Bixby
Apr 30, 2014 rated it it was ok
Hmmm... I just could not get into this book and for the first time in a long time, I put it down and did not finish it. The problem for me was that I felt like I was always trying to catch up and figure out what was going on and who the characters were (and not in a good intriguing story kind of way). I read the first book (The Pharos Objective) a few years ago and I remember liking it (thus the reason I purchased this on) but I don't remember the actual story of Pharos that much, And therein li ...more
Spring Transleau
Dec 20, 2013 rated it it was amazing

I thoroughly enjoyed this series of books. Once I started reading them, I had a hard time putting them down. They were well written, full of twists and turns, full of exciting escape scenes, had some romance, mystery(ancient and current), and much more. This was a fun read. The books, (The Morpheus Objective Series, 1,2,3) should be read in order. I recommend finding a comfortable chair. It will be hard to put the books down
Kathy Elliott
Feb 01, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

I really enjoyed this. It is almost as if Dan Brown and Clive Cussler had collaborated on a book about Indiana Jones.
From Antarctica to China to Egypt our intrepid heroes seek to find and understand artifacts that may determine the fate of the world.

Stay tuned for the next exciting adventure.
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David Sakmyster is the award-winning author of more than a dozen novels, including Jurassic Dead and The Morpheus Initiative, a series featuring psychic archaeologists (described as “Indiana Jones meets the X-Files”). He also has an epic historical adventure, Silver and Gold, the horror novel Crescent Lake and a story collection, Escape Plans. His latest is Final Solstice, and his screenplay, Nigh ...more
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