The Menagerie (The Eden Trilogy, #2)

The Menagerie (The Eden Trilogy, #2)

by Rick Jones

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The Menagerie (The Eden Trilogy, #2) by Rick Jones

THE TRUTH ABOUT THE FINAL EXTINCTION EVENT...

THE HISTORY OF HUMAN ORIGINS...

THE RISE OF APEX PREDATORS…

Nearly sixty-five million years ago an asteroid collided with the Yucatan Peninsula in the fifth and final Extinction Event that nearly destroyed all life on Earth. But when a recent earthquake exposes something unusual 2000 feet beneath the Yucatan Peninsula, cryptanalysts Alyssa Moore and John Savage are called in to investigate this peculiar structure that bears uncanny resemblances to writings discovered in Eden.

Working with the Department of Defense, John and Alyssa discover the remains of what is believed to be the cataclysmic bolide to have struck the Earth sixty-five million years ago is actually a broken-off section of an intergalactic ark.

Inside this remnant, they discover a zoological lab containing a menagerie of apex predators gathered from all points of the universe. But as John and Alyssa begin to tie in the writings on the ship to writings they discovered in Eden, a DOD military faction seeking intel unwittingly disrupts matters by awakening sleeping giants.

Finding themselves fighting for self-preservation and for the salvation of Earth, John and Alyssa battle soldiers trying to kill them for the sake of completing a hidden agenda . . .

. . . and against the most vicious predators in the universe.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153170619
Publisher: EmpirePRESS
Publication date: 03/24/2016
Series: Eden Trilogy , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 128,778
File size: 991 KB

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Menagerie 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well, I certainly was disappointed.  Bad grammar & editing.  Cartoonish villains.  And especially the fact that in BOTH books, the protagonist finds then buries/discards the once-in-a-lifetime evidence of  alien visitation to earth that she finds!  What's the use of finding this stuff if you ignore it  and/or destroy it?  I was hoping to find out the origins of the aliens, what type of advanced technology they had, etc.  But as Gilda Radner (as Emily Latella) used to say, "never mind".
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow! I loved this book, a great follow-up to Crypts Of Eden. You will not be disappointed.