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Chronos Prophecies - The Rise of the Telepaths
     

Chronos Prophecies - The Rise of the Telepaths

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by Tom Ciolli
 
In the year 2133, a group of commandos discover that their genes were selectively bred for a thousand years to develop them into a race of super telepaths. When their aircraft crashes on a continent populated by numerous dinosaur like species, Zach Murphy and his group are forced to trek by foot through a continent abandoned by the planet’s native humanoid

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In the year 2133, a group of commandos discover that their genes were selectively bred for a thousand years to develop them into a race of super telepaths. When their aircraft crashes on a continent populated by numerous dinosaur like species, Zach Murphy and his group are forced to trek by foot through a continent abandoned by the planet’s native humanoid species. In their travels, they find that they have the ability to open an impenetrable pyramid sealed for over ten thousand years, and, once they do, they are astonished by the technologies now at their control. The book describes the process of unlocking the team’s potential as they discover that they have the innate skills to perform unimaginable feats with the alien artifacts at their disposal.

Editorial Reviews

Diane Donovan
Chronos Prophecies, Rise of the Telepaths is part of a science fiction series and represents military science fiction at its best. Descriptive action is well done and features fine settings and atmosphere throughout.
Action and adventure and the pace of personal and group discoveries are well done and provide a blend of swift action and thoughtful explorations of the evolution of telepaths and their purposes. Chronos Prophecies, Rise of the Telepaths a satisfying, complex novel
Barry Hunter
CHRONOS Prophecies ~ reviewed by Barry Hunter
In CHRONOS, the first book in the series we were introduced to a world ruled by The Mining Syndicate and the battles fought by The Wolverines led by Zach Murphy. It was a battle filled action packed volume.
In this second installment, there are still action packed adventures, but, Ciolli has shifted the story to the fulfillment of the prophecies that have been passed down for a thousand years. Murphy and his team are also instructed in develo

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013217461
Publisher:
Tom Ciolli
Publication date:
09/21/2011
Series:
Chronos , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
672,676
File size:
106 KB

Meet the Author

Tom Ciolli has spent twenty years writing technical specifications while doing product and project management in Silicon Valley. Given Tom's appreciation for the novels of Rex Stout, Ian Fleming, and Bernard Cornwell, it was a surprise to see that his interest lies in writing science fiction novels. Tom and his wife and son live in San Jose, California.

Tom has released his second novel,"Chronos Prophecies: The Rise of the Telepaths" as a Nook book. He is editing a third novel called "Gulag Moon of Rybos 5." He hopes to publish it as Nook book late in 2011.

On a personal note, Tom holds a black belt in Aikido and has bicycled over 100,000 miles in his life.

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Chronos Prophecies - The Rise of the Telepaths 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
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This book has interesting characters and an intriguing storyline. It was engaging and fun to read. There was a lot of action and good character development. If you enjoy science fiction, you'll probably like this book. I am eager to read the next book in this series when it comes out.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was an entertaining book. It's a quick read with plenty of action. Although it is the 2nd in a series, it can pretty much stand alone, and the author does a good job of explaining what you need to know in order to be able to easily follow the plot. The characters were interesting and easy to relate to. I enjoyed reading it and will definitely read the next one in the series when it comes out.