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Librarian Note: Same ISBN as Silent Prophet: 9780985184100.

Sweet Passage is a passionate novel that paints a vista of choice--ideas about life, death, and love that twirl around the tip of your tongue as you taste the perfect blend of poetry and prose. Alexander is a leader, with a peculiar history, who sets out to unite the past with the present. The group members of Math
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Apr 02, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Thriller, Intrigue, Spiritual Seekers, Math People
Recommended to Wordsmith by: Mark O'Brien

Intriguing enough for me to not put down. Mark O'Brien has written a very clever story. He's done his homework too, the history seems accurate, with all its secrets, wonders and beauty. It's mostly set in or around the beauty of Greece, the Agean Sea, in modern time, although much of what is happening in the "now" was put into effect many centuries ago. His premise is based on mathematics and the secret Pythagorean Society that was founded centuries ago by Mathmatikus, who discovered the answers
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Catrina Barton
I received this E-book as a prize in a giveaway.

Very heavy on the descriptions, which bogs down the pace of the story. The flow is pretty decent though.

The way Mr. O'Brien used math was brilliant. The story consists of an interesting blend of many different cultures, giving an exotic feel to the overall plot, nice touch.

An interesting blend of characters the mainly held PH D's and other credentials. Although to be honest I felt there were too many main characters, which made it hard to really ge
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What writer I am becoming depends on how well I strive to capitvate and entertain. This motto drives deep within me. I failed and failed and failed. Then, by some turn of the dice, I decided to quit writing. Then one day in August, which by the way is the month lady luck always strips me down or builds me up, my pen was no longer at rest.

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