Entangled

Entangled

by Graham Hancock
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Entangled 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 34 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed Mr. Hancock's book. It is well written and keeps the reader interested. The way its written the characters are believable and seem life-like. I have read this book twice now.
AwakeningRR More than 1 year ago
The book was clearly written by a master of his subject, I can see why David Wilcock gave such a tremendous review. I am highly anticipating the sequel to this clever book. I learned a great deal from this book and am hungry for more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Graham Hancock's first fiction is off to a great start. The strory line is entaglament of modern day teenager Leoni and stone age teenager Ria and how they are destined to save the lineage of Cro-magnums of stone age from an evil being called Sulpa. Sulpa wants to destroy the cro-magnum lineage of mankind and take over the world for his evil purpose. He tries to do this with his savage army called the Illimani. Leoni spiritualy travel through time with help of a drink called ayahuasca from the amazon tribes to help Ria in combat with Sulpa. .Ria gets help from Neantherdals to guide her..Both girls are chosen by Blue lady of the forest for this sacred task. Fast paced,full of action,each chapter ends with a cliffhanger,which i have to say is great but in some cases felt like too many. But all in all great story of good vs evil. Very entertaining.. page turner.. Looking forward to the sequel.
NoNewWorldOrder More than 1 year ago
This is a book you can't put down. Some thought is gorry but I did not think so. You see much worse just watching TV. Although it stops abruptly, it makes you realize that there must be sequels to this, for me this is not a problem. I don't normally read fiction but this book made me start rethinking that. Got to read it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great fiction from a non fiction writer. Disappointed to have to wait for the sequel.
DerFish More than 1 year ago
Fantastic Very seldom a non fiction writer can take up his pen and do fiction well, but Hancock does great. Leaves us in mid step instead of finishing the novel though.
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Exciting read with descriptive text that enables reader to fly through the adventures along with the two main characters as they begin the epic battle versus evil.
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gunslinger13 More than 1 year ago
good up until the last pages. It seemed as if he did not know how to end the book, was rushed in ending it, or could not find a smooth transition into another book to make it a series. To many support characters killed off at one time. It was as if he did not know what to do with the support characters to continue the story. Drawn out at the start and rushed at the ending.. His research style books are much better.
bigred13 More than 1 year ago
keeps you in suspense,keeps you on your toes ,good action in it.waiting for the next chapter
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read other Graham Hancock's books and think he is a wonderful writer. This book is so disgusting and violent and I don't understand why he would jeopardize his reputation by publishing it under his "good" name. I read about 50 pages before deleting it.
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I loved the character's developed in this book. The aspects that it entailed, and the adventures in the spirit that it granted us a arena seat to watch unfold. It was the kind of book that you look after to see if there are other books written containing the characters you become so close to.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Quick/easy read. Too many cliches. Poorly written. What age is this book for? Teens, young adults? Made me 2nd guess reading Hancock's research/non-fiction work. Recommended to me by Joe Rogan via Twitter.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Interesting book but in the end you turn the page and realize that it is over, right in the middle of the action. A sequel is in order, I presume?
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guitaoist3 More than 1 year ago
awesome story