★★★★★Retired to read
"Penn's story of following clues from history to solve today's mystery, relying on both the known and newly revealed and all the while wondering if the global threat is real! If you love travel or learning from old manuscripts or the mysterious cycle of life and death ... you'll enjoy this ARKANE novel."5 star Amazon review
"She has a knack for blending religion, history, literature, art, science and creative license in an easy-to-read style that pulls me in and keeps me engrossed.
This is another fast-paced, globe-trotting adventure for ARKANE agents Dr. Morgan Sierra and Jake Timber ... This was hard to put down, and I missed some sleep as a result.5 star Amazon review
"I found the premise very challenging at first as it kind of twisted my view of the Garden of Eden. That twist made it even more enjoyable."5 star Amazon review
★★★★★David C Taylor
"When I finished Tree of Life, I felt like I had gone on a two continent multi-country tour with two people who have a tendency of finding trouble at every stop, not to mention getting involved in more hair-raising activities than is good for my blood pressure ... To say I enjoyed Tree of Life would be a massive understatement, there are parts of this story that still have me wondering if maybe, just maybe they may be possible."5 star Amazon review
In the ARKANE thriller series ...
ARKANE agents Morgan Sierra and Jake Timber race against time to solve religious and supernatural mysteries around the world.
They're joined by other members of the ARKANE team as they search for clues and battle foes both human and supernatural along the way.
Described by fans as "Dan Brown meets Lara Croft," and perfect for fans of James Rollins or Steve Berry.
Another book in the fantastic archaeological series. I just cannot get enough of them. I just wish there was more to be had, but no have to wait for this excellent author to pen another. Highly recommended
Another fast-paced adventure where Morgan and Jake travel the world to save it from catastrophe.
I liked the vivid descriptions of each destination and the history of the people and the map they hid.
I liked the differing points of view regarding Nature and the fanaticism involved – Morgan’s level-headed approach and her interesting choice at the end is quite brilliant.
I loved the scenes in the Garden and the various fight-scenes were well-crafted.
There were too many instances of head hopping, though. Jake and Morgan, the bad guy, the bad woman, another bad guy, the tech guy, a hostage – it got a bit much.
Another must-read for readers of theology-based thrillers.