Multi-genre, multi-volume author, Maurice Barkley introduces us to the second volume in the Lost and Forgotten series, “The Secret Path”:
When on a mission to recover some stolen military grade hardware, retired Army Ranger, James Cagney and an elite team of FBI agents discover just how hidden, and just how shocking, the past can be.
An Egyptian tomb reveals an ancient secret.
A Nazi labyrinth hides a terrible power.
And a quest older than civilization sends James and his team on an incredible journey to somewhere very far away.
But what Mr. Cagney doesn’t know, is somebody has been there before them…
What a great story of the adventures of the ever-growing Dance band!
This story is so well written and the scope, indeed the series, is growing exponentially. I love science fiction and I love historical fiction, elements of the latter provide an interesting impetus and texture for the former. It is not often the two genres are combined in such an entertaining way.
The author excels at dialogue and action, scene setting and description are in measured quantities that complement the story so very well.
"The Secret Path" gets 4.8 stars from me.
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My review of the first book in the series: www.wordrefiner.com/book-reviews/lost-and-forgotten-discovery
My review of the third book: www.wordrefiner.com/book-reviews/enigma
My review of the fourth book: www.wordrefiner.com/book-reviews/toward-the-unknown-region
teleportation, galaxies, Nazis, aliens, quest, adventure, AI, artificial intelligence, science fiction
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