Posted by: Greg Ness | December 6, 2014

The Sword of Agrippa: Antioch – Sci Fi collides with Ancient Rome/Egypt

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 Publisher’s Weekly – Jan 19, 2015

College student Roy Swenson, brokenhearted after the death of his sweetheart in a car accident, plunges into his studies and becomes a scientist working on energy sensors. By the year 2020, Roy longs to strike out against the dystopian “bulletproof-vested interests dominated by science and religion” that want to kill free thought and “bold experimentation.” Armed with Sanskrit chants and exercises that increase his intuitive awareness, Roy teams up with former Silicon Valley wonder boy Steve Randall to explore whether pineal tissue can be used to see dark energy and/or God.

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“Dark energy became beautiful. A discussion about energy and sensors? Riveting.”

Undiscovered Tomes

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FOUR STARS: Gregory … spins a fascinating dual-poled tale, part in the distant roman-egyptian past and part in the near-future.”

– Smashwords Reader

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FOUR STARS: “I believe that Lloyd has a great concept for an excellent series.”

Movies and Manuscripts, Jan 2015

Reads like Dan Brown...


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