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Shahdaroba - Alien Stone

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Trilogy of a Pandora's Box of Ancient Prophecy: Second book in the series: Shahdaroba. Adult romantic adventure science fiction story.

'A signal emanating from Mars, begins a search for its source and links two worlds, which are further apart in reality, than we first thought.'
Paperback, 502 pages
Published July 25th 2011 by Amazon (first published July 24th 2011)
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Bernard Badham
Jul 20, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
An exciting adventure of discovery into the prophetic writings of an ancient civilization. Mars becomes crucial in the unfolding story of ancient origins and future fate of human kind. Dark family secrets are now revealed as Isis seeks birth to hope in the seed of the Khed Seba. The Battle for Earth begins, The Blood Thirst of Sakhmet is finally awoken and so she sends forth her powerful avengers.
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Bernard Paul Badham was born in Wales in 1950 and has lived in Egypt for the past decade. He is the founding Honorary Chairman of the Staffordshire Egyptology Society in England, published Physicist and author of adventure science fiction and science fact.

Bernard is currently writing the third book in the series ‘Shahdaroba,’ the Fifth Chronicle called ‘Dark Star.’ Bernard has also published a sc