The Feathered Serpent

This exciting thriller from new author James Alexander, The Feathered Serpent is a heart-pounding, at times bizarre adventure that can only be described as Indiana Jones meets X-Files meets The Da Vince Code. Anthropologist Henry Williams is drawn onto an intriguing trail of clues when a dubious collector of antiquities sends him a mysterious parcel containing a papyrus from Egypt with an incredible story to tell. The papyrus turns out merely to be bait for a far more fascinating document, one so important that the collector of antiquities will only deliver it himself: A Mayan codex so rare that most Mesoamerican academics don t know of its existence. Telling of mankind s distant past, The Codex rewrites all history, shaking the very foundations of civilization as it is known. Should it come to light, The Codex would defy scientific theory in all disciplines and force a re-evaluation of all major religions. It tells of the influence of a creature, known as Typhon, on mankind s past. Williams and his colleague, Dr. Piers Anderson, chase clues across two continents while being shadowed by a sinister society called The League of Horus, a group desperate to stop the academics from discovering the truth. Having followed the trail to Mexico, each new discovery brings Williams and Anderson closer to the truth and closer to the ever-lurking threat of death. Stops at Chichen Itza, Palenque and Teotihuacan each hold their own hidden secrets and dangers. And when they encounter a Mayan shaman, he introduces them to the sacred Crystal Skull, which introduces them to a mythical, legendary place Atlantis. This is no ordinary adventure, and The Feathered Serpent is no ordinary story. Follow these intrepid seekers on a desperate chase across the world as they struggle with their inner demons, learning to trust and distrust equally in a battle for survival against an overwhelming foe. The Feathered Serpent is his first novel and also the first in a planned trilogy. If you enjoyed reading The Feathered Serpent then watch out for the next novel in the trilogy The Crystal Dragons .

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I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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