The Twelfth House

Adult
Rated 0/5 based on 6 reviews
An ancient piece of knowledge left behind by an advanced civilization holding the key to absolute power and understanding of life had lain hidden for thousands of years.

Death rewards John with the gift - a mind reading.
The ancient sword awakes Aleksandra's pastlife memories.
David is on a life-long quest to discover the closely-guarded secret.
The race for survival heats on.

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About Bojan Zecevic

I graduated in Computer Science at Imperial College - London, UK, worked as a steel trader, property dealer, director of modeling agency (www.ievemodels.com), owner and main editor of lifestyle magazine (IEVE magazine) and in the past three years have built a steel mill in Serbia where I am also currently the production manager and deputy general director (www.metalfer.net).
Archeology is my hobby and on the expedition in Bosnia along with Sam Osmanagic (author of The Alternative History, The World of the Maya, The Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids, etc.) in April 2005, we discovered the first known European pyramids - www.piramidasunca.ba (the discovery has been confirmed by the world's most respected scientists from Egypt, Russia, China and Europe). Currently I am the honorable board member of the foundation leading the excavation project.

Reviews

Review by: K A Bradford on July 30, 2010 : (no rating)
Wow.
Just wow.
I only read 9 chapters and I am hooked!This is an amazing book. I love the hospital scene with the assassin and John reading their minds.
This is absolutely brilliant and flows very easily. It could be a classic.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Gordon Freeman on July 30, 2010 : (no rating)
Bojan - Your book filled me with enjoyment - with its swift movement between familiar locations and time periods, history and the modern day collide through a story that spans the ages - take a look everyone, this is one author we should definitely watch.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Peter Swansea on July 30, 2010 : (no rating)
This is cool, Dan Brown but with brains! I mean it, pacy, great characters and intriguing from the beginning, in lavish settings, what more can I say. Accomplished, professional tight writing, we could all take a leaf out of your book in terms of a disciplined approach to writing. Deeply impressed, I am a fan.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Steve Webber on July 30, 2010 : (no rating)
Stunning....this is not just a work of fiction it is clearly a labour of love. The premise is huge..covering enormous amounts of territory...and the writing does it justice, beautifully. This reader completely drawn in to the plot, drawn in by a marvelous narrative, and pacing that doesn't let up. Chapter after chapter I read the intricate workmanship of a master craftsman, the characterization wonderfully fleshed out so that all of them came alive vividly...John...in Munich,
Aleksandra in London...listening to Vivaldi and experiencing a sudden fainting spell whilst looking at a sword in a shop window...we push into the modelling world...

Then we switch to Egypt --to the professor and the government agent...and the black cube which holds "The Truth"

The work is grand...and writen with the style of a Grand story-teller. Bravo.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Sky John on July 26, 2010 : (no rating)
I first came across this author on the website Autonomy, which I am also subsequently a member of. I read the first couple of chapters and was thrilled to have seen that this work was reviewed by Harper Colllins - though what has happened with them publishing it I don't know, and it truly surprises me that they didn't snap this up!
Anyway, so happy to have finally read this. This is an intelligent piece of work and a really thrilling read, i literally sat on the edge of my seat for the full 247 pages. I highly recommend this novel and the author to anyone that likes a change from Darren Brown and the likes and thrive on a new exciting read.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: milutin Zecevic on July 21, 2010 : (no rating)
I think this is one of the best novels I read in last few years.
This is clever, creative, and original. Lovely fantasy – many philosophical issues popped in my mind accompanied by some satire as well. Good stuff. The story has indeed made an impression on me. My congratulation to the author and my sincerely recommendation for all ready to read good book
M.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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