Just a quick update on the Abyss. Check out these kind words beginning to trickle in as Abyss of Chaos nears its launch.
“A word of advice to Lost Ark enthusiasts: this is the book to take on holiday – it is a captivating and well researched romp through some of the most exciting Ark territory. Terrific!”
Tudor Parfitt, University of London scholar, author of The Lost Ark of the Covenant: Solving the 2,500-Year-Old Mystery of the Fabled Biblical Ark.
“Indiana Jones, step aside! There’s a new kid in town—cellist Max Sinclair, and you’ll never look at musicians in the same way again! Beem has
done his research and provides a taut thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat as it moves through all the Middle East hot spots to its startling conclusion. Weaving together elements of the three faiths—Islam, Judaism, and Christianity—this novel blends modern day politics into an intriguing saga of the Lost Ark. You won’t be able to put it down.”
Rebecca L Torstrick, Indiana University South Bend, author of Culture and Customs of the Arab Gulf States (Culture and Customs of the Middle East).
“A riveting page turner that manages to be as exciting as it is compelling; I cannot recommend this book highly enough. It will leave you breathless and informed, balancing the two effortlessly. This book is worth your time!”
Paul Katz, cellist, New England Conservatory of Music. Grammy Award-winner, Cleveland Quartet.
“This book educates you while you cannot turn the pages fast enough. The action is unrelenting and Maxwell Sinclair shows every sign of entering the hall of fame of the great heroes of the genre. Fantastic!”
Bill Preucil, violinist, Grammy Award-winner, Concertmaster of the Cleveland Orchestra.