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By James Rollins
A battle is coming, a conflict that might stretch from the prehistoric forests of the traditional previous to the state-of-the-art study labs of at the present time, all to bare a real secret buried deep inside of our DNA, a secret that may go away readers replaced ceaselessly . . .
In this groundbreaking masterpiece of ingenuity and intrigue that spans 50,000 years in human background, New York Times bestselling writer James Rollins takes us to mankind's subsequent nice leap.
But will it mark a brand new bankruptcy in our improvement . . . or our extinction?
In the distant mountains of Croatia, an archaeologist makes an odd discovery: a subterranean Catholic chapel, hidden for hundreds of years, holds the bones of a Neanderthal girl. within the related cavern process, intricate primitive work inform the tale of a tremendous conflict among tribes of Neanderthals and colossal shadowy figures. who's this mysterious enemy depicted in those old drawings and what do the work mean?
Before any solutions should be made, the investigative group is attacked, whereas whilst, a bloody attack is made upon a primate study middle open air of Atlanta. How are those occasions attached? who's at the back of those attacks? the hunt for the reality will take Commander grey Pierce of Sigma strength 50,000 years into the previous. As he and Sigma hint the evolution of human intelligence to its real resource, they are going to be plunged right into a cataclysmic conflict for the way forward for humanity that stretches around the globe . . . and beyond.
With the destiny of our destiny at stake, Sigma embarks on its so much harrowing odyssey ever--a breathtaking quest that may take them from historical tunnels in Ecuador that span the breadth of South the US to a millennia-old necropolis retaining the bones of our ancestors. alongside the best way, revelations related to the misplaced continent of Atlantis will show actual mysteries tied to mankind's first steps at the moon. finally, grey Pierce and his staff will face to their maximum risk: an historical evil, resurrected by means of glossy genetic technological know-how, powerful adequate to result in the top of man's dominance in this planet.
Only this time, Sigma will falter--and the area we all know will switch endlessly.
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Nonetheless . . . Lena made the choice for them either. She ducked and crawled on her arms and knees around the threshold. As curious as she, Roland undefined, ignoring the mumbled criticism from the French soldier. the subsequent chamber used to be small, not more than 5 meters throughout. right here there have been no bones at the flooring, simply flat rock with a charred spot within the heart that marked a few old fireplace. Lena stood and slowly became, splashing her mild around the partitions. She let loose a small gasp of shock. rather than work, the cave partitions have been carved into rows of niches. each one cubby held sculpted figures, all animals—a veritable stone menagerie. in a single area of interest, a small giant raised a curled trunk. one other held a lion, with the beast reared up on its hind legs. Roland additional his gentle, revealing sculptures of wolves, bears, and bison, besides all demeanour of deer and antelope. the better cabinets held birds of each feather, from searching hawks to waterfowl. If there has been any query as to this collection’s age, the crusts and runnels of calcite that caked every thing in position got rid of any doubt of its prehistoric starting place. it will have taken millennia to accrue this a lot buildup. “These has to be tribal totems,” Lena stated, achieving towards the determine of a hunched leopard, then reducing her arm. “If those have been carved by means of Neanderthals, it will switch our primary figuring out of them. ” Roland nodded and stepped over to the biggest of the cubbies. It lay without delay throughout from the cave beginning. Small markings drew his awareness. A unmarried palm print flanked either side of the area of interest, back painted in blood-red. Lena joined him. “This one at the left has an identical crooked pinkie, like we observed within the older ransacked grave. ” She hovered a finger over the picture to the suitable. “And this one . . . I wager it is going to fit the gathering of palm prints above the bones of the Neanderthal male. ” He glanced to her, furrowing his forehead. “Signs of a similar figures back. ” “Clearly they have been very important to this tribe. perhaps leaders. Or, judging from this selection of totems, possibly respected shamans. ” He shifted his gentle to light up the depths of the darkish area of interest. not like the others, this cubby held no stone determine. as an alternative, anything lay at the backside, wrapped tightly. He reached for it. “Careful,” Lena warned, yet she didn’t try additional to dissuade him. He took out the item, because it used to be folded in layers of stiff fabric. Flakes of previous wax crumbled from his fingertips. “This isn’t from prehistoric occasions. ” She pressed nearer. “What is it? ” He licked his lips and peeled away the layers of outdated fabric, laying off extra wax. ultimately he printed a leather-bound e-book inside of. Its floor was once embossed with a logo, a layout of convoluted loops forming a trend. “It nearly seems like a cross-section of a brain,” Lena stated, awed. He smiled. She used to be a geneticist, so after all that was once what she observed. “I imagine it’s a labyrinth,” he corrected her. “Such mazes were carved and painted for the reason that guy first began to produce paintings. ” “But what does it suggest?