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The Schumann Frequency By Christopher Ride,

  • Title: The Schumann Frequency
  • Author: Christopher Ride
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 495
  • Format: Paperback
  • Wilson Dowling is sent from the future to the present day to rectify the Schumann Frequency, which has the power to slow the speed of time Clues buried deep within the Dead Sea Scrolls have made this Dowling s mission he must open three energy portals hidden within the most famous archaeological sites on Earth Wilson has to move quickly as forces of opposition mount agWilson Dowling is sent from the future to the present day to rectify the Schumann Frequency, which has the power to slow the speed of time Clues buried deep within the Dead Sea Scrolls have made this Dowling s mission he must open three energy portals hidden within the most famous archaeological sites on Earth Wilson has to move quickly as forces of opposition mount against him, forces which threaten to unravel his mission and decide the fate of the entire planet.An adventure not only through time and humanity, The Schumann Frequency races through various corners of the globe from the Mayan ruins in Mexico, to the Giza Pyramids in Egypt and finally Stonehenge for the book s thrilling climax Christopher Ride takes you on a gripping journey that will keep you riveted until the very last page.
    The Schumann Frequency Wilson Dowling is sent from the future to the present day to rectify the Schumann Frequency which has the power to slow the speed of time Clues buried deep within the Dead Sea Scrolls have made this

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    1. Das also ist zeitgem e Science Fiction Eigentlich bin ich ja eher Fan der abgedrehten Weltvorstellungen von Philip K Dick und h tte Die Frequenz nach kurzem Anlesen auch fast wieder weggelegt, aber dann hat es mich doch gefesselt, wie sich die Geschichte in unserer Gegenwart weiterentwickelte und in der zuk nftigen Gegenwart nach und nach die Zusammenh nge erl utert wurden Entt uschung ruft leider das Ende hervor, hatte ich mir doch wirklich ein ausgesuchteres Motiv gew nscht Auch die Andeutung [...]

    2. This was actually a pretty good book Although I wasn t really into the little bit of romance towards the end of the book, the end plot twists and reveals were satisfying It was fast paced and made me keep turning pages At times you could tell this was a first novel but in the end everything wrapped up nicely I would read another one of his books in the future and recommend this book to people who would like a fast paced sci fi kind of novel The little Aussie tidbits thrown in were also nice.

    3. As a person who wholeheartedly finds all fictional depictions of time travel icky, I still mostly enjoyed this.The science is sketchily quoted from quotes, the dialogue is repetitive and two dimensional haha, see what I did there , and the characters are gloriously stereotypical.On the other hand, the premise is interesting, the action moves along well, and as a debut novel it is pretty well done, and I m keen to try the sequel just to see if it gets better.

    4. Would have been a nicer book if all the paradoxes and scientific portions have been accurate Not too bad an action thriller but sure not the best sci fi one Jumper would be a recommended time traveling book, or even fellow Australian Reilly Somehow not satisfying as expected, and it has taught me not to believe the blurbs at the front of any book.

    5. I wasn t too sure what to expect from this first time author but the premise seemed interesting and I found it a very interesting read indeed The pace kept me turning the pages as a little of the story of why was exposed.Will definitley be giving the next one a shot

    6. I guess to read a book such as this you need to have a good understanding of science, and particularly physics This is an area I have never excelled in, so I found it a very difficult read.

    7. Horrible Poorly written, boring, bland, predictable, implausible, poorly researched.I couldn t wait to finsihed it ZERO STARS

    8. Great read Fast paced Somewhat similar author to Matthew Reilly Liked the Aussie touch to the story too There has to be a sequel.

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