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A astrophysics PhD candidate and an investigative journalist must go on yet another globe-trotting adventure filled with ancient history, secretive societies at war with one another, and mind-blowing physics and technology in author Layton Green’s “Unknown 9: Revelation”, the second book in the Genesis Trilogy.
The mystery, intrigue, and globetrotting suspense continue in this second installment of the Unknown 9: Genesis trilogy.
After escaping from a watery dungeon in Venice, astrophysics PhD candidate Andromeda “Andie” Robertson and investigative reporter Cal Miller are whisked to Bologna by a member of the mysterious Leap Year Society. A deadly confrontation with the Society’s bitter rivals, the Ascendants, sends Andie and Cal on the run once again, desperate to solve the Star Phone puzzle so they can reclaim their lives and rescue their loved ones.
Brilliantly juxtaposing a modern-day thriller with a historical search for a missing physicist, REVELATION probes ever deeper into the mounting mysteries surrounding Andie and her past.
What is the source of her strange hallucinations?
What are the true origins of the Leap Year Society and the Ascendants?
How are her mother and her mentor, Dr. James Corwin, involved?
From Italy to India and New York to Buenos Aires, Andie and Cal risk their lives to probe a secret world hidden in plain sight, drawing closer to answers that will determine not only their own fates, but who controls a new frontier of knowledge.
From the author of the bestselling Dominic Grey novels, Genesis is a mind-bending thriller about how far two people will go for answers, and to save the ones they love.
Much like in his first book in this series, (and in every book I’ve read from this amazing author), this second entry into the multi-media series does an amazing job of crafting the perfect pace for this narrative. The air of mystery and suspense that comes from this cat and mouse game both in the past and the present is fantastic to read, while the author’s writing style definitely invokes a cinematic quality to it.
The layered approach to the narrative the author takes creates a truly tense and mysterious atmosphere within the novel, and the character growth develops a rich plot that spans the entire globe and beyond. The style of this narrative and its overall contribution to the multi-media series makes this novel even more engaging, as it creates a mythology that not only readers can get lost in, but evokes nostalgia for fans of properties like Assassin’s Creed, The X-Files, and The Da Vinci Code.
An engaging, entertaining, and highly action-packed thriller and sci-fi novel, author Layton Green’s “Unknown 9: Revelation” is a must-read novel of 2021. The story is intense and has a steady progression for both the narrative and characters that readers won’t be able to get enough of. By the book’s end, the shocking revelation of the mysterious “Archon” will have readers floored and eager to learn more about the next chapter in this series. If you haven’t yet, be sure to grab your copy today!
About the Author
Layton Green writes in multiple genres and is the author of the upcoming Genesis Trilogy, the Dominic Grey series, the Blackwood Saga, and other works of fiction. Layton’s work has been nominated for multiple awards (including a two-time finalist for an International Thriller Writers award), optioned for film, and has reached #1 on numerous genre lists in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Germany. The Shadow Cartel was a #2 overall bestseller on Amazon UK.
In addition to writing, Layton attended law school in New Orleans and was a practicing attorney for ten very long years. He has also been an intern for the United Nations, an ESL teacher in Central America, a bartender in London, a seller of cheap knives on the streets of Brixton, a door to door phone book deliverer in Florida, and the list goes downhill from there.
Layton lives with his family in North Carolina. You can visit him on Facebook, Goodreads, or on his website (www.laytongreen.com).