The Alignment: Ingress

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The Alignment: Ingress

The Alignment Ingress The wait is over for fans of the worldwide bestselling Raising Atlantis novels Archaeologist Conrad Yeats and Serena Serghetti return for the first time since The Atlantis Revelation in an all new adv

  • Title: The Alignment: Ingress
  • Author: Thomas Greanias
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 425
  • Format: ebook
  • The wait is over for fans of the worldwide bestselling Raising Atlantis novels Archaeologist Conrad Yeats and Serena Serghetti return for the first time since The Atlantis Revelation in an all new adventure that introduces adventurer and exotic matter tracker Hank Johnson Their quest takes them to the dark heart of Africa in search of the secret behind King Solomon s gThe wait is over for fans of the worldwide bestselling Raising Atlantis novels Archaeologist Conrad Yeats and Serena Serghetti return for the first time since The Atlantis Revelation in an all new adventure that introduces adventurer and exotic matter tracker Hank Johnson Their quest takes them to the dark heart of Africa in search of the secret behind King Solomon s gold But they unleash the curse of the legendary Queen of Sheba and must stop an ancient evil before it destroys the world.

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    1. ***Dave Hill on said:

      Even as a dedicated Ingress player, I could stomach about one chapter of shoddy Mercenary Adventurer's Club dialog that managed in that sort time to drag out every annoying topical cliche in the book. I'm usually leery of adapted game properties, but folks were raging lyrical over this book, so I had to give it a try. Instead, I just raged. Life's too short. Not my cuppa.

    2. Randall Christopher on said:

      I liked the other Conrad Yeats books a bit more than this one, but the way it ended intrigued me enough to want to read more about the Alignment series. Greanias does a good job of explaining the biblical references and the scientific elements, but there just seemed to be a little bit missing for me. I'm not exactly sure what it was. It just seemed there was way too much going on at once during some scenes and it made me lost, so I had to re-read it. I usually don't like this because it slows do [...]

    3. Camilo on said:

      This book is just guilty pleasure relating to the Ingress app game for android. I liked it because I play, but I would never recommend this book on its own merits. Odd pacing leading up to some genuinely exciting parts, interspersed with product placement, which I giggled at every time. Product placement in a book. Too weird.

    4. Jennifer Adams on said:

      I usually love reading this author's books, but for some reason I just couldn't get into this one. I read a quarter of the book before I put it down. I love to read, but when I have to force myself to do so, I change books. I'll catch his next book!

    5. Patricia P. on said:

      Fairly good read. There's quite a few missing bits and pieces, if you were not familiar with Thomas Greenias' previous work, but overall quite a good addition to the Ingress mythology if you're a player. Otherwise you might find yourself a little lost.

    6. Roy on said:

      The book features a rather short story with little depth and is obviously written on request. Should still be of some interest to anyone playing the Google Ingress game.

    7. Ken on said:

      It was a waste of time. I read the whole thing because it was short. Oh well.

    8. James on said:

      Moderately entertaining though pretty cheesy and contrived. Plenty of background to introduce new players to the augmented reality game of Ingress.

    9. Roger Booth on said:

      Part of the viral marketing campaign for Google's viral marketing game.

    10. Lukas Kock on said:

      Mildly entertaining with some rather lame product placement (Nexus 10 tablet etc).

    11. David Kerschner on said:

      very light reading. in need of some serious editing. Give it a miss unless, like me, you're seriously obsessed with Ingress.

    12. Rob on said:

      A quick read, shallow and fast. Too many ads for Google products, but it's based on a google product, so what can you expect.

    13. Nathan Wilkinson on said:

      it wasn't what i thought it would be. it was really hard to finish,but i did.

    14. Sean on said:

      I'm way into the game, but the fiction is still just ok. I may or may not read subsequent installments.

    15. Steve on said:

      It's not ingress enough. I get where they were going but it wasn't a great read.

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