Vin Smith returns with his most intricately plotted novel yet, introducing a new protagonist in the second installment of the critically acclaimed End Time Mystery Series. This time around The Watcher is monitoring Southern Jefferson University Cosmic Anthropology Professor Linder Fogelman.
Fogelman is obsessed with only two things in life. The first is proving the validity of his theories, widely seen in academe as outlandish. In his heart, he believes that if he can prove that Lemurians are real and have been peacefully watching over mankind for millennia-then the world's wars would be history.
But his deepest, most persistent obsession is finding his long lost fiancee, Jessie Ernest. She disappeared ten years earlier while exploring Abu Simbel in Egypt. In spite of a decade long search by Fogelman-with the help of American and Egyptian authorities using the conventional means available-Jessie is still missing.
But technology continues to advance. Now Fogelman sets out to search for Jessie using a Cosmic Locator that he developed jointly with his buddy, Baron Lee. He will travel through a Vortex Portal on the sacred Mount Shasta, all the way to Abu Simbel in Egypt.
Will his search enable him to reunite with Jessie, his long lost love? If so, it would keep Lindy Fogelman forever away from Becky Tournup, who has worked by his side and secretly loved him for years...
The only thing certain is that Professor Fogelman's foray into Egypt ignites an ancient prophecy that involves the handsome professor up to his eyeballs. The very fate of mankind hangs in the balance...
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I just finished reading 'a. k. a. Mandi Wine' by the same author. Taught mystery. Loved that book. Then I read 'The Outrageous Views of Professor Fogelman.' My God... This tome scared me eight ways to Sunday... Practically seared my socks off. This is one hot writer, and the themes in this book should shock, frighten, and unnerve anyone who cares a whit about this thing called life, and this planet that we call Earth. This may be the most powerful of Smith's novels to date...
One very satisfying read for an eschatology nut, and a fictionalised look at what we're living with, to-day. This is another compelling read by a writer I just can't get enough of. MORE!!!!!!!!!!