Echoes of the Ancestors

Echoes of the Ancestors

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In this thrilling adventure set in recent times, two brothers at opposite ends of Britain find themselves drawn into a mystery of dreams, telepathy, ancient power and loss. When Charlie is approached to undertake a carving commissioned by anonymous but wealthy clients his life takes an unwelcome turn. His brother Adam's lengthy escape into his stoner lifestyle also gradually unravels as elements of his past come back to haunt him. Their lives become linked by strange forces, sinister foes, an alternative version of ancient history and the discovery that humanity is on the verge of a psychic rebirth. As they struggle to adapt to rapidly changing circumstances they find themselves and their companions embroiled in kidnap, murder, extrasensory powers and a flight for their lives.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 466 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 26.67mm | 780.17g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507541961
  • 9781507541968

About Professor Geoff King

Geoff King lives on a smallholding in the north of Scotland with his wife, cats and hens. When he is not writing, he designs and makes hand carved wooden jewellery (Woodland Treasures), reads a lot, grows fruit and vegetables, plants trees and likes to generally muck about outside. "Echoes of the Ancestors" is his first novel and he is working on his second, a futuristic thriller and his third, a mystery/romance. There are several more waiting impatiently in the wings. He also writes short stories and poetry, particularly the Japanese form known as Tanka. He is baffled by the concept of blogging and tweeting but has managed to create a Facebook page: https: //
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