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Decipher

1st U.S. ed.

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Published by Thomas Dunne Books in New York .
Written in English.

About the Book

MANKIND HAS HAD 12,000 YEARS TO DECIPHER THE MESSAGE,
WE HAVE ONE WEEK LEFT....

There is a signal emanating from deep within the ice of Antarctica. Atlantis has awoken. Ancient monuments all over the worlds from the Pyramids of Giza, to Mexico to the ancient sites of China are reacting...to a brewing crisis not of this earth, but somewhere out in the solar system. Connecting to each other through the oceans. Using low frequency sound waves to create an ancient network. The earth is thrown into panic stations. For it seems that the signals emanating from Atlantis are a prelude to something much greater. Could it be that the entire city is in fact one giant ancient machine? And to what end? For what purpose?

It is the year 2012, the same year Mayan belief prophesised the end of the world. Two armies, American and Chinese stand on the brink of war for the control of the most potent force ever known to man. The secrets of Atlantis. Secrets which are encoded in crystal shards retrieved from the sunken city. Secrets which Mankind has had twelve thousand years to decipher...but which will now destroy it within one week.

Edition Notes

Genre Fiction.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class 813/.6
Library of Congress PR6116.A95 D43 2002

The Physical Object

Pagination 422 p. ;
Number of pages 422

ID Numbers

Open Library OL3568640M
Internet Archive decipher00pavl
ISBN 10 0312280750
LC Control Number 2002069214
Library Thing 159873
Goodreads 1438767

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