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The Tomb of Heaven

(Fathom's Five #4)

3.75  ·  Rating details ·  40 ratings  ·  8 reviews
There is a man who changed the course of Russian history in his quest for the ultimate power. There is a hidden tomb that holds the secret to eternal life. There are five keys that can unlock the riddle to something every man desires—immortality.

From the islands of Mauritius to the streets of Karachi, from the rooftop terraces of Park Avenue to the ice-capped rooftop of
Kindle Edition, 167 pages
Published February 14th 2017 by Geoffrey Knight
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I'm disappointed.
These are not books or anything, but I usually enjoy them. The adventure is over the top for sure, but entertaining. The sex, and there is usually quite a bit of it, is rather hot, and we get these moments of sweetness between these guys that show us their friendships or how things are becoming more, but this was just ALL of that.
One sex scene. One. ONE!

The adventure was there, it started...well, honestly it was a bit much for even me with
Apr 11, 2017 rated it did not like it
Undoubtedly the worst book in the series. If it didn't have the same characters, I'd almost swear it wasn't a Fathom's Five Book. From page one, the lack of proofreading/editing provides a jarring experience for the reader. It's difficult to comprehend meaning, for example, when one sees the word polite instead of pilot or a reference to Jake and Jake, instead of one of them being Shane.

The story itself was shorter than the previous installments. The action/adventure aspects were still quite goo
Sarah Jones
Aug 14, 2018 rated it really liked it
3.5* The Tomb of Heaven was more of a short story than the full-length novels we’re used to in the Fathom’s Five series so far and is not a standalone. This book focuses specifically on Jake and Shane, rather than the whole group, during their adventure to find the Tomb of Heaven and stop anyone from gaining the Elixir of Life and immortality. During their adventure, a character from the past comes back in to the fold looking to stay more permanently.

I liked this book for the legend and the usu
Sep 27, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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I love this series!

I can't get enough of these guys. I devour each and every book. They keep me on the edge of my seat and I love it. Just when I think these guys can relax for half a second, a new adventure begins. I like that Daniel reappeared in this book. He's good for Shane. I hate that Eden is suffering and that Jake is hurting because of it. And I'm dying to know what's going on with him.
Bobby Corry
Jul 04, 2017 rated it really liked it
Book is full of action but not as good as the first 3 books. The scenes jumped from place to place rather quickly. Also the book didn't feature the entire team. The best thing about this series is that different team-ups occur as the guys figure out pieces of the puzzle, then end the end all the pieces come together. In this book there is one team and you follow them through the storyline. It's okay but not as good as the other books. ...more
Jul 16, 2018 rated it liked it
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This is a quick, enjoyable story. For what this story is, I enjoyed it though wish it were a bit longer. It felt as though the action and adventure was just getting going and it was over. I missed seeing the other characters, either they were briefly seen or not mentioned at all. I look forward to seeing what happens next.
Tom Michels
Oct 17, 2019 rated it liked it
Well, this one seemed rushed or something. If this story was proof read then you need to fire the proof reader. If it wasn't proof read it sure needs to be. There are way too many glaring typos. It really distracts from otherwise a very entertaining read. You can do better. ...more
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Geoffrey Knight is the author of more than 30 gay fiction novels, novellas and short stories, ranging in genre from gay adventure, gay romance, gay suspense and gay comedies.

The heroes of Geoffrey's books love to spend their time jumping off the page, seeking lost treasures, unraveling mysteries or falling in love.

Geoffrey is the recipient of two Rainbow Awards including Best Mystery Winner and Be

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Fathom's Five (5 books)
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