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A baby vanishes from the womb without a trace. A fossil upends two centuries of scientific theory. A prehistoric virus kills thousands within days. And a resort of epic proportions prepares to open while the world's superpowers secretly watch.
Employing years of meticulous research into science and antiquity, author B.C.CHASE launches his controversial tour de force, the Paradeisia Trilogy, with a bombshell debut that will have readers clawing from page one through to the final breathtaking chapter.
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What if Darwin got it wrong?
What if the physical world is a facade?
What if we have a sixth sense that science can't explain?
Don't miss the epic trilogy that fearlessly explores the furthest reaches of what's possible. If you are afraid of ideas that challenge your worldview, this book is not for you. B.C.CHASE holds no idea sacred as he takes a journey into the unknown.
This book ends in a cliffhanger. It is part of a trilogy and cannot be read apart from the other books in the series.
"FOUR OUT OF FOUR STARS."
"ONE HELL OF A RIDE!" -THRILLERKAT OFFICIAL REVIEWS
"A ROLLER COASTER RIDE."
-GRADY HARP, VINE VOICE
"INCREDIBLY WELL-WRITTEN." -EBOOKS ADDICT
"CHASE HAS MASTERED THE ART OF WRITING SUSPENSE."
"I WAS REMINDED OF JURASSIC PARK."
- J. RODGE
"COULDN'T PUT IT DOWN. ...KEEPS YOU WANTING MORE, MORE.
B.C.CHASE is the internationally bestselling author of the Paradeisia Trilogy, which critics have hailed as one of the greatest franchises of our time.* His electrifying talent for combining the latest in scientific breakthroughs with edge-of-your-seat thrills has earned him a reputation as a master of suspense. Amazon has named him among its top 10 Sci-fi authors.
"COMPULSIVELY READABLE...PACKED WITH MYSTERIES AND SURPRISES...ENOUGH DETAIL TO THRILL FANS OF THE MARTIAN." -HUGO AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR TIM PRATT
“IRREVERENT HUMOR…VIVID…MEMORABLE…AS ORIGINAL AS IT CAN GET.” –PUBLISHERS WEEKLY CRITIC
“CHASE’S CLEAN, FLOWING PROSE AND BRIGHT SENSE OF HUMOR LIVEN UP A TALE.” –BOOKLIFE PRIZE QUARTER FINALIST
“FAST AND FUN.” –THE OKLAHOMAN
“INCREDIBLY WELL-WRITTEN.” –EBOOKS ADDICT
“CHASE KEEPS US GUESSING UNTIL THE END.” –ONLINEBOOKCLUB.ORG
“B.C.CHASE IS RAPIDLY BECOMING AN AUTHOR OF AUTHORITY.” GRADY HARP, VINE VOICE
“CHASE HAS THE RAW TALENT FOR WRITING, AND THE WAY HE’S ABLE TO PUT YOU RIGHT INSIDE THE MAIN CHARACTER’S HEAD IS FANTASTIC.” –SCIFIANDSCARY.COM
“CHASE HAS MASTERED THE ART OF WRITING SUSPENSE.” L.A. HOWELL
“ONE HELL OF A RIDE.” -THRILLERKAT REVIEWS
“IN TRUE CRICHTON STYLE, CHASE TAKES ELEMENTS OF KNOWN SCIENCE, EXPLORES THEIR EXTREME POTENTIAL, AND BUILDS A MYSTERY AROUND SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES.” -AMAZON.COM
Fiction: Leviathan Santa Claus: The King of the Elves Abridged Children’s Edition Santa Claus: The King of the Elves Glass: A Motion Picture Script Paradeisia: Origin of Paradise Paradeisia: Violation of Paradise Paradeisia: Fall of Paradise Pluto’s Ghost Cataton
I decided to tackle all three so I could have continuous reading. This book took me on so many twists and turns! When it ended, I still wanted more. It was very graphic. The one part that made me say "ah ha!" Was when Katz was eaten by the dinosaur (name is too big to repeat) and it mentioned the Star of David! This was the proof that would not be obtained without a chance meeting between Kayla and the Chinese Paleontologist! Wow! This was a mind spinning story!
I would recommend this to anyone who loves fiction and has the time to get through all the characters! I enjoyed it.
The complexity, character loaded and heavily researched content makes this a Kindle read of necessity. Though reading over a length of time likely increased the need for character and story re-reads. My enjoyment was certainly increased by easily referencing previous mentions using Kindle options. The read reminded me more of a stage performance or movie as the action jumps through place and time and challenges the reader to keep pace. That said, the characters are empathetic and the descriptions of locale and action provocative.
So much research crammed together does not a satisfactory reading experience make, especially when the scope of the book(s) is this broad. I was fascinated, but lack of editing was so distracting I only finished reading to see if there were any sentient spaceships, since all the other tropes of science fiction were included. Disappointing!
Certainly a hot mess, but I liked it! There are, at last count, 6 different story-lines that have to come together by the end to make a cohesive tale.
Getting to the end was fun, but the ending is where the suspension of disbelief fails. I would give the first book 4.5 stars, the second 3.5, and the third 2.5. It is the third tale where the story gets muddled.
Overall, worth the read, but the author does have trouble wrapping up a story. I observed the same thing with his re-edited and updated novel, Pluto. It sort of reminds me of many Stephen King tales of the 70s and 80s where the story is great, but upon arrival at the end, the general reaction is, "what?"
I have so many mixed feelings about this book. I loved the alluring action and mystery that kept me reading. But then it got depressing and confusing. With so many critical characters or rather characters I was made to feel attached to, suddenly dying. And dying such horrible deaths.
Exciting, enticing, tear jerker that kept me on the Edgar of my seat. I'm really just mad that so many people died.
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This author went the long way around the barn trying desperately to find the door sometimes to much detail can destroy a story line .I really had a tough time getting around the mumbo jumbo i understand it's necessary but in my opinion it was overly done to the point of losing me several times reading this book.I couldn't get past it so just skip over it but that really got tiring after a while .I couldn't finish the book because it got really aggravating .
The author has interesting ideas, mostly tweaks on standard sci-fi themes, but he desperately needs an editor. When I get pulled out of the world of the story because of repeated misspellings, words that don't belong, and awkwardly phrased sentences, it detracts from my experience as a reader and detracts from the talent of the author. Add in overly lengthy science lectures and endless descriptive passages, and at times, the books become a chore to read. That said, I did read to the end. I hope that the author finds an editor who will help him hone his craft.
I can't quite remember if it was first person or third but what ever ... it kept me reading! Yes there were somethings that were disjointed in how the story was put together but it wasn't enough to discourage this reader! I had to wait for the Third book so was anxiously awaiting the conclusion. There were several off branch story lines, some had satisfying endings some not so much. However in the big picture it had to be that way. Read carefully and get some satisfaction from an Oragutan in the end! I hope you take the time to read this
Fast read. Held my interest but it is not a high quality work of art. Fast moving story that is sometimes encumbered by tedious explanations of science that reads like sections that were copied and pasted from Wikipedia. I am just glad I read this for free from Amazon and did NOT pay for book.
Too many characters to pull together smoothly, but I enjoyed the story. Ending was a bit weak. What really bothered me was the lack of proof reading. Very jarring. Strong story, ending needed editing and a bit of oomph. Would read this author again.