Mayan FearThe Domain Trilogy (Volume 3)
New York Times bestselling author Steve Alten delivers Phobos, the thrilling final entry in the Domain trilogy, a dazzling look at Mayan mythology incarnate
For two thousand years, the Mayan Calendar has prophesied the end of mankind on a date equating to December 21st, 2012. As that day approaches, greed, corruption, economic collapse, and violence seem to be pushing our species to the predicted brink of disaster. But there is another Doomsday threat looming in our near future, a very real threat that can wipe-out not only humanity but our entire planet.
Phobos: Mayan Fear is a doomsday rollercoaster ride of adventure that follows Immanuel Gabriel to the end of the world and back again for one last shot at salvation. During Immanuel's journey with his deceased grandfather, archaeologist Julius Gabriel, Julius reveals everything the Mayans knew and feared—from the secrets of creation that predate the Big Bang to the existence of extraterrestrials that have come to Earth to save our species.
The universe is not what it seems, nor is human existence. The ticking clock of physicality that begins at conception and terminates with our final breath is neither the end nor the beginning, but an elaborate ruse constructed as a test.
We are failing miserably.
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The countdown to "D-day" has started. Our group has been preparing for LHC [Large Hadron Collider] data for many years now and we are all truly excited about the prospect...
Praise for Phobos
Praise for Domain
“A chilling, deeply researched peek into our ancient past. Jarring, frightening, thrilling.” —James Rollins, New York Times bestselling author of The Last Oracle
“An eye-bugging, white-knuckle flight of a book that hurtles along with the velocity of an asteroid from the ancient world to the twenty-first century on an unforgettable doomsday mission.” —Rocky Mountain News
“Alten draws clever parallels with Mayan myths in this ripping space-age yarn.” —Publishers Weekly