Archeological danger duo Nina Wilde and Eddie Chase, now engaged to be married, dodge bullets in pursuit of another fabled object in their. The Covenant of Genesis is a adventure, action, historical novel written by Andy McDermott. It was originally published in The book is the fourth in Nina. In the brilliant fourth book from Andy McDermott, Nina Wilde must battle the Covenant of Genesis if she is to find the world’s greatest archaeological treasure.
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Someone wants this secret to stay hidden—and will do anything to keep it that way. Dec 01, Steven Leitman rated it liked it. I would recommend this book to any action thriller readers. He is… More about Andy McDermott.
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Mar 09, Terry Dicken rated it really liked it. Mark starts the timer and the charge explodes.
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The Covenant of Genesis
I know the helmet magnifies things, but Jesus! But at every step they are hunted by a clandestine religious group, the Covenant of Genesis. Even so, I had fun. Also by Andy McDermott. Learn more about our email lists. He also tells her that he spread the president scandal tests. Someone wants this secret to stay hidden—and will do anything to keep it that way.
Retrieved from ” http: The plot was well thought ccovenant, with good pacing, a good deal of fun environments, and cleverness that I really liked. Read it Forward Read it first.
May 29, Kristen rated it liked it Shelves: Someone wants this secret to stay hidden—and will do anything to keep it that way. This gives Nina and Chace free time to try to get more evidence of the find, but the Covenant follows gendsis steps and will be a race for the survival style almost of superheroes.
I know it was to set the story’s foundation. By now, Gozzi had also entered the water. He pointed to a spot behind Chase. I want to love these books but there’s 3 things standing in my way: Andy McDermott is a former journalist and movie critic who now writes novels full-time following the international success thhe his debut thriller, The Hunt for Atlantis, which has been sold around the world in more than twenty languages.
Basically, this is mceermott Indiana Jones movie but in a book. The characters develop as the story goes on and you will find yourself cheering the heroes on.
From the Paperback edition. It had taken several months for everything to be arranged, but now they were here. Except for the mere fact that it existed. There was action aplenty with enough mystery and history and double crosses mixed in to keep it interesting and relevant. Still it had plenty of my favourite part of this series, whi This is a series I enjoy when I just want silly, over-the-top fun entertainment.
Neither concept fitted well with a Paleolithic origin. Andy McDermott is a former journalist and movie critic who now writes novels full-time following the international success of his debut thriller, The Hunt for Atlantis, which has been sold around the world in more than twenty languages. Nina had used the transit time to explain why she had changed the mission so drastically; both Gozzi and Bobak were startled by what she thought she had discovered, but they quickly became caught up in her enthusiasm.
There are many on the islands. By the time she had finished, mcdermottt images had been processed, ready for inspection. What really got me was the amazing, incredible things that happened in the space of one novel to the main character, the unbelievable timing of happenings and that this character not only makes this archaelogical find of the millenia, but references other novels in which each of those she made other finds of the millenia and saved the world.
I’m starting to think that it might be partially because this is pretty much the same formula as the previous novels. Overall this was another great addition to the series that once again used the perfect blend of myth, history and imagination.
Also in Nina Wilde and Eddie Chase. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. There was nothing, absolutely nothing left from the Garden of Eden, ahhh!!!
What really got me was the amazing, incredible things that happened in the space of one novel to the main character, the unbelievable timing of happenings and that this character not only makes this archaelogical find of the millenia, but references other novels in which each of those she made other finds of the mil I hated this book, however I couldn’t put it down either. Every time Eddie was telling her to do something to save her life in time sensitive situations, she wanted to question why?!