Dark Goddess (Outlanders Series #43)

Dark Goddess (Outlanders Series #43)

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by James Axler
     
 

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Humanity's past lies buried beneath the ruins of near annihilation, concealed by a secret entity and its ancient blueprint to enslave mankind. But at the dawn of a far more treacherous new battle for domination, the war between humanity and its alien puppeteers is forged by a group of determined rebels whose forbidden knowledge of their

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doom vector

Humanity's past lies buried beneath the ruins of near annihilation, concealed by a secret entity and its ancient blueprint to enslave mankind. But at the dawn of a far more treacherous new battle for domination, the war between humanity and its alien puppeteers is forged by a group of determined rebels whose forbidden knowledge of their inhuman enemy only begins to prepare them for what lies ahead....

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In her chrysalis state, Baroness Beausoleil was a betrayer, a murderer, an arch foe of mankind. Now, her metamorphosis into Overlord Lilitu poses a far greater menace. But she needs human help in a plot to overthrow her brethren and seize control of the last remaining Anunnaki stronghold on Earth. Buried deep in the sands of the Sinai, a secret port can unleash the dangerous mysteries of an alien race-unless the Cerberus rebels can outwit a she-god with an army at her disposal...and the cunning and cruelty to wrest Earth for herself.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781426808678
Publisher:
Worldwide Library
Publication date:
11/01/2007
Series:
Outlanders Series , #43
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
352
Sales rank:
717,968
File size:
236 KB

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Mark Ellis's latest novel may be chock full of action/adventure - and is a solid, albeit formulaic - storyline, is still fraught with character stagnation with its two main characters- Kane and Brigid. After 40-some-odd books, you'd think they would have grown in their relationship that the author only eludes to, but never delves deeper than a working relationship. Stale after all these years and number of novels. Although there are too many close calls and the typical last-minute escapes from something exploding at the end, Ellis still manages to make it a fun and exciting read. Even though you kinda feel you've been there numerous times. Hopefully with some small changes with storyline approaches and deeper characerization within the supposed love affair between the seemingly sibling-like, friendship-only relationship between the main characters, more readers will hop aboard.