Saturday, April 5, 2014

Will Shakespeare And The Ships of Solomon Book Review


 
I have a new type of book to share with you that is a little bit of several kinds of books, sort of like Indiana Jones, Da Vinci Code and parts Fantasy. It's called Will Shakespeare and the Ships of Solomon written by Christopher Grey.
 
Synopsis:
In the fall of 1947, Will Shakespeare saw the world collapse around him. Shakespeare, a secret soldier for the Knights Templar, barely escapes the slaughter of his entire knighthood at the hands of a rogue militant arm of the Vatican in a small Montreal church. 
With orders to escort Templar business associate Dorothy Wilkinson back to her home in Bermuda, Will must locate and rescue the most important secret treasure in human history before it is devoured by a hurricane in the watery caves beneath her father’s property. 
The spiraling quest sends Will and Dorothy into uncovering dark secrets that make up the origins of the knighthood as they confront the traps and puzzles that masterfully protect the world’s most coveted treasure.
If you like edge of your seat excitement and loved the Indiana Jones movies, then you will love this book! It's even been compared to the movie that Tom Hanks was in before, The DaVinci Codes, if you saw that movie, then you will understand this book. It's a lot of Fantasy wrapped up in the thriller parts and will have you guessing until the end what is really going on.
 
I don't want to say too much about the book or the whole concept will be exposed, but it's an adventure book that every young man or young woman wishes that they could have taken themselves, but we live in the real world and I bet these kind of things just wouldn't do. But, it's a great escape and to me, that is the whole purpose of a book and if it can accomplish that, then I am forever grateful that I was able to dream a different dream for a little while!
 
Happy Reading!
 
Purchase your copy on Amazon.
About the Author: 
 
Christopher Grey is an author of fiction focusing on conspiracy theories, secret societies and the occult. His special brand of storytelling dives into conspiracies and the occult from the point of view of the secret societies, attempting to dispel popular mistruths and paranoia prevalent in the mainstream.
 
Grey’s fascination with the secret world began when he was sixteen after a chance meeting with a conspiracy theorist in a coffee shop sometime in the 1990s. The conversation with this man led Grey on a lifelong scholarly endeavor to learn about secret societies and the occult from a skeptical and secular point of view.
 
Over the past 15 years, he has been involved in various fraternal societies and has sought to explore the undercurrents of human civilization–to uncover the hidden histories and the forces and patterns that have designed what society has become and to demystify the hidden forces in our society that, for so long, have been vilified and misunderstood.
 
Connect with the author on his:  Website | Twitter |
 
Disclaimer: Mary Bearden personally reviewed these products. I did not receive any monetary compensation for my review, just a sample product. All opinions are mine and belong to me solely. My thoughts and opinions may differ from yours. 

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