The Unlimited

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
After Egypt is destroyed by an earthquake, an ancient text is found buried in the rubble. When it ends up in Nick Riley's possession, he and two friends find themselves in a race against time and a fight for their lives. How did mankind get here? What is our purpose? What will be our end? To save us all Nick must unlock the secrets of... The Unlimited. More

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Words: 107,470
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465948137
About Kevin Basil

Kevin Basil is an up-and-coming Indie Author born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He now lives in Whitsett, North Carolina. While Kevin holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, writing has always been his passion. His first book, Suffer No More, was published in 2007, shortly after his High School graduation.

By using words and a little imagination, he plans to spread his messages and his stories to the world one reader at a time. As a result of his background in Business education and his dream of entrepreneurship, Kevin has chosen to create, publish and market his works without the assistance of large publishing companies.

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Review by: Carol on Sep. 03, 2013 :
This is a fast-paced thriller with interesting characters and a good plot. Lots of fun. The resolution is a bit cheesy but the end has an interesting twist.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Chris Bullock on July 08, 2012 :
This was an exciting and thought-provoking read. The two main male characters immediately grabbed my attention, but I found the lead female unbelievable - as a young well-respected professor with extensive experience and a background of a powerful family, she was a bit of a wimp and, in my opinion, should have been a much stronger character.
The storyline follows the archeological discovery of a book that explains the beginning and end of the world as we know it. The dialogue is fast and furious throughout most of the book and keeps you on your toes, but does suffer occasionally from awkward phraseology and grammar. (I would have given 4 stars otherwise).
Perhaps more of an adventure than science-fiction, the ending was rather too-abrupt and could easily have been stretched out to extend the climax.
Nevertheless, it is well worth reading and i hope to see more from this author.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: kristen hollenbeck on March 09, 2012 :
I couldn’t put The Unlimited down once I started reading it! The story truly draws you in. I absolutely love the characters and grew attached to them. This story has so many aspects to it, I was always wondering about something that was going on and needing to feed myself more of this novel. I even loved the end, and I almost never appreciate the end of a story. It was wrapped up perfectly!

It is so apparent how much time and research the author put in to writing this book. Every history reference and scientific statement is factual. All the locations written about in the story were thoroughly researched before hand. I find the book to be much more realistic and easy to understand and take in because of this. It’s so important to write honestly and factually about the world if you’re using it in a story like this, and the author pulled it off perfectly.

I would highly recommend this book to anyone! Biting my fingernails in anticipation of the next book by this awesome author!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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