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The Last Map to the Throne of God


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ISBN 10: 1440184925 / ISBN 13: 9781440184925
Published by iUniverse, 2009
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Title: The Last Map to the Throne of God

Publisher: iUniverse

Publication Date: 2009

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

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Dr. Paul Bracken and his coworkers are sent to Montana where an anomaly is discovered in an archeological dig. While digging up a dinosaur, they discover a stone artifact with unique properties. At the same time, archeologists in Chile discover an identical stone.

Together, the two stones form a compass that leads them on a trek across the globe and to the discovery of another stone in South Africa. There are chilling traps and treacherous hidden rooms in South Africa that the team must conquer to gather this third stone. Now, with three stones in their possession, they follow the new compass to Azerbaijan. It is there that the team gains entry into the oldest known human habitat and discovers yet another stone. Once all four stones are gathered together in one place, they appear to be inert, but then, one of their team members dies mysteriously.

On a return trip to South Africa, the team unearths unique tablets with unusual markings. After deciphering some of the text, they realize they must return to Azerbaijan. As their quest continues and they gather additional artifacts, they begin to piece together a map leading to a vital tablet that could provide the key to a path to the throne of God.

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