Awarded 1st place by Foreword Reviews as the best action and adventure novel for 2013
If you like action adventure thrillers like Indiana Jones, or books by Nelson DeMille, or James Rollins and the Sigma Force, you will love The Mountain Place of Knowledge. It will keep you turning the pages. A tense driving thriller, Marshall Chamberlain gives us a raging adventure into plausible reality.
A PLACE OF KNOWLEDGE INSIDE A BELIZEAN MOUNTAIN
A SENTINEL GUARDS THE ENTRANCE
A SCEPTER INSTRUMENT THAT HEALS AND DESTROYS
A JEWELED BALL OF BLUE DEATH
A RACE TO PRESERVE ANCIENT TECHNOLOGY
The burial chamber of a revered Mayan sorceress is uncovered atop a sacrificial pyramid at the Caracol ruins in western Belize. Translation of ancient metallic scrolls and a 1100-year-old codex found in the chamber reveal the existence of a secret entrance to the inside of a mountain. The scrolls refer to the interior as Trinium, the Place of Knowledge, and explain its creation by an advanced civilization.
“…techno thriller…keeping you turning the pages feverishly….” Hilary Hemingway
A flash of mysterious blue light brings death to a U.N. official, and investigators are sent to Belize to discover the source and locate the secret mountain entrance. What they discover inside is bizarre and unimaginable; mental prodding guides them to the Place of Seeing for the most shocking experience of their lives
“…Kick-start impressions infuse the book with life, propelling the reader through its pages…Lovers of the indiana jones movies will enjoy the work of this promising author.” Clarion Reviews
Leaks of the discoveries cause one nation to determine the mountain poses a threat to world order, and it will take great risks to neutralize the danger.
The Mountain is a mesmerizing adventure, scientifically mysterious and metaphysically familiar. Breaking new ground at the speed of light, stalwart characters meet the unknown head on as Chamberlain weaves the first book of the Ancestor Series.
“Masterful blend of reality with cutting edge science fiction…a spell-binding page turner….” Lee Ashford: Top 1% GoodReads Reviewer