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John Wilander finds himself reluctantly drawn to an ambitious investigation of a clandestine theory – lured into the rabbit hole by his enigmatic new friend from Stockholm University, the privileged William Milton. William is intensely determined to exhume the mother of all conspiracy theories from its dormancy, and usher in the renaissance of a notorious worldview which ...more
Paperback, 273 pages
Published December 3rd 2019 by Mascot Books
(first published 2019)
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Thrill a minute! There's not many books I've read in less than a week - but I couldn't put this book down. Douglas' storytelling ability is very entertaining. I've been waiting for someone to combine the rock bottom truths of our world with a story that engages the imagination, and Douglas nails it. Absolutely crushes it. Pick up a copy today - you won't regret it!
I'll echo some of the other reviews in saying Douglas Falk's THE VOYAGE is a mightily breezy read, making use of tight, economical storytelling to cut straight to the bone. It wastes no time and makes no excuses. At its heart, the tale of THE VOYAGE wistfully communicates a feeling I've shared since I was a kid: How strong a shame it is that the frontier has evaporated. There can be no more Magellans or Leif Eriksons, nary a Hernan Cortez or Francis Crozier, a Richard E. Byrd or John Wilander. ...more
I highly recommend this book, as Douglas Falk is an extremely sophisticated author who completely captivates you from the very first chapter, as he invites you to come along on an incredible journey that anyone can undoubtedly enjoy. I could not stop reading for hours and finished the book in two days! I have no doubts that this book will captivate most people, as it is reminiscent of the Da Vinci Code in its excitement and mystery, yet still utterly unique and nothing like other books on the ...more
’The Voyage’ is a highly engaging read. Douglas Falk has produced a genuine page-turner that’s hard to put down, blending adventure with spiritual teachings and truth bombs about the nature of our shared reality that has been systematically hidden from the masses by a malevolent elite. Though reminiscent of the stories of Dan Brown, it remains quite unique in its approach, and comes highly recommended.