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Posted August 6, 2011
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This book was great. It's the perfect mixture of Indiana Jones adventures, 'The Divinci Code' religious mystery, 'The Mummy' humor and hand-to-hand combat, and M/M erotica. In this book the adventurous, lucky to be alive, athletic, and intelligent men are introduced in a high action and mega sexy novel. The blind yet not handicapped Professor Maximilian Fathom pulls together his stellar, hunky, skilled team of men from around the world to unite in their fight for freedom and equality. They track down the clues in search of a hidden religious piece of art that the church made the artist pay for with humiliation and with his life. Chasing close behind Fathom's Five is the Crimson Crown, a trio of religious fanatics who take themselves for being the holy and righteous tool of God. The leaders go as far as to name themselves the Holy Father, the Holy Son, and the Holy Ghost. They are so insane and crazy that they won't lie down and die when shot, burned alive, or falling off a cliff to their deaths. This is a recommended high-paced, on-the-edge-of-your-seat, fun to read, incredibly hot and sexy book that will have mature readers eager for the next one and even the third one.
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Posted August 10, 2011
Totally sexy thrill ride across the world!
Other than some typos that I desperately wanted to correct, this book was perfect! There was action & adventure, gripping plot twists, and some of the hottest sex scenes that steamed up even this girl's glasses. And seeing the growth of each character through their journey tells me I'm going to get to know each of Fathom's boys really well in future books. This book was a total joy to read!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 6, 2011
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