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Will the most profound secret of the human race, seeded millions of years ago, finally be discovered? Can Heller and Thorne figure out why scientists keep getting involved in accidents? What do a huge asteroid rushing into earth, human DNA going crazy in a lab, exploding stars and an ancient sect have in common? All have been ingeniously woven together in this ri Will the most profound secret of the human race, seeded millions of years ago, finally be discovered? Can Heller and Thorne figure out why scientists keep getting involved in accidents? What do a huge asteroid rushing into earth, human DNA going crazy in a lab, exploding stars and an ancient sect have in common? All have been ingeniously woven together in this riveting science fiction thriller. Join Chicago police Detective Rick Heller and investigative journalist Will Thorne as they try to figure out why scientists connected to these discoveries are almost killed and a security guard is murdered. Can the US president marshal covert scientific knowledge to safeguard the world? When Will Thorne discovers a mysterious link among the asteroid, the DNA and the exploding stars, US President Emily White tries to use this top-secret tinder box, revealing the discovery of humanity’s deepest secret, for a peaceful message to the human race. Her initiative ultimately results in aggressive religious riots that threaten human security throughout the world. Can an ancient, secret sect be the key to human salvation? In 586 BCE, soldiers of the Sect of the Guardians gave their lives to secure the hiding place of the Ark of the Covenant, which they had removed from the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. What is the ancient secret, more than 3,300 years old, that the Guardians are ordered to hide at any cost? Scroll up and grab your copy of 2036 The proof now!


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Will the most profound secret of the human race, seeded millions of years ago, finally be discovered? Can Heller and Thorne figure out why scientists keep getting involved in accidents? What do a huge asteroid rushing into earth, human DNA going crazy in a lab, exploding stars and an ancient sect have in common? All have been ingeniously woven together in this ri Will the most profound secret of the human race, seeded millions of years ago, finally be discovered? Can Heller and Thorne figure out why scientists keep getting involved in accidents? What do a huge asteroid rushing into earth, human DNA going crazy in a lab, exploding stars and an ancient sect have in common? All have been ingeniously woven together in this riveting science fiction thriller. Join Chicago police Detective Rick Heller and investigative journalist Will Thorne as they try to figure out why scientists connected to these discoveries are almost killed and a security guard is murdered. Can the US president marshal covert scientific knowledge to safeguard the world? When Will Thorne discovers a mysterious link among the asteroid, the DNA and the exploding stars, US President Emily White tries to use this top-secret tinder box, revealing the discovery of humanity’s deepest secret, for a peaceful message to the human race. Her initiative ultimately results in aggressive religious riots that threaten human security throughout the world. Can an ancient, secret sect be the key to human salvation? In 586 BCE, soldiers of the Sect of the Guardians gave their lives to secure the hiding place of the Ark of the Covenant, which they had removed from the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. What is the ancient secret, more than 3,300 years old, that the Guardians are ordered to hide at any cost? Scroll up and grab your copy of 2036 The proof now!

30 review for 2036 The Proof: A Thrilling Science Fiction Novel

  1. 5 out of 5

    Meenaz Lodhi

    A thrilling mix of biblical aspects and sci fy! The description of technology was very detailed, albeit, too extended. I think this book needs a sequel. I enjoyed reading it thoroughly!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Beverly Laude

    An interesting premise that combines a lot of ideas from other fiction. For my taste, it was a little heavy on the science and dragged because of this. A lot of different information was crammed into this book and the author did a pretty good job in bringing it all together in the end. Some of it was a little difficult to read because of being translated into English, but it was mostly well done in that respect. I will admit that I found myself skimming a lot of the book because of the minutiae in An interesting premise that combines a lot of ideas from other fiction. For my taste, it was a little heavy on the science and dragged because of this. A lot of different information was crammed into this book and the author did a pretty good job in bringing it all together in the end. Some of it was a little difficult to read because of being translated into English, but it was mostly well done in that respect. I will admit that I found myself skimming a lot of the book because of the minutiae involved. A lot of characters, jumping from time to time and place to place also made this a difficult read. For a true scientist and a true sci-fi fan, it is probably a very good book. For me, not so much. "Science is returning to the arms of religion" is probably the best way to describe this book.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Thelizyouknow

    I wasn't terribly impressed with this one. It went from a techno-thriller about research into scientific anomalies into a projection of what would happen if... never mind what; that would be a spoiler. Still, the book took a drastic change in direction in the last few chapters, though, and never offered any but a supernatural explanation of the phenomena, and the medical advances mentioned seem to be there just to make the book seem futuristic. Also, for a book published in 2017, self-driving car I wasn't terribly impressed with this one. It went from a techno-thriller about research into scientific anomalies into a projection of what would happen if... never mind what; that would be a spoiler. Still, the book took a drastic change in direction in the last few chapters, though, and never offered any but a supernatural explanation of the phenomena, and the medical advances mentioned seem to be there just to make the book seem futuristic. Also, for a book published in 2017, self-driving cars aren't all that futuristic, and referring to smart phones as "assistants" doesn't make them more than they are.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Isis Ray-sisco

    I enjoyed parts of this book. There was a lot to it. I didn't like some aspects as well. I thought the book was a bit long and that some of the story was unnecessary. It was interesting to read the author's take on religion and watch everything come together in the end and then go back to what it was before, only worse. I think others would enjoy this book, and probably more than I did. I enjoyed parts of this book. There was a lot to it. I didn't like some aspects as well. I thought the book was a bit long and that some of the story was unnecessary. It was interesting to read the author's take on religion and watch everything come together in the end and then go back to what it was before, only worse. I think others would enjoy this book, and probably more than I did.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Timothy

    Pedantic, wordy, not balanced For the majority of science fiction readers this work has too much science and not enough fiction. While I hold a PhD and understand much or most of the science portrayed, I’ve author failed to excite me or draw me in. What could have been cutting edge sf turned into a book of religious viewpoint.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Randy Cole

    Good premises. A little biased regarding the Hebrew religion. Terrible ending. But still a good read Review I'm sorry is in the title. Not anything g else to add. Thanks randy it WO t let !e submit till I write five more words. Good premises. A little biased regarding the Hebrew religion. Terrible ending. But still a good read Review I'm sorry is in the title. Not anything g else to add. Thanks randy it WO t let !e submit till I write five more words.

  7. 5 out of 5

    David Green

    More like 2099 Not the easiest of reads. Some of the text about astrophysics etc not the easiest to follow. On the whole, not a book I could recommend, at times is was hard work.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Alice Anne Bluhm

    Religious Sci Fi This was an easy reading book.The ending,tho,was a little obvious to me. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves a great story,

  9. 4 out of 5

    Raven

    Majorly heavy on the religious side of things and much too low on the story side of things. Could have done with a more in-depth story. The balance felt all wrong.

  10. 4 out of 5

    kenneth L. Howard

    Interesting Gives you a sad insight into man and how we fail to rise above it all! You will find it fascinating!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Rick Harris

    Spellbinding! Sequel obviously coming, ending left far more questions than answers. Great merge of religion and science, would love to see more books in this vein.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    So so book, end was anticlimactic.

  13. 5 out of 5

    JEFFREY W MOORHEAD

  14. 5 out of 5

    Carol Houston

  15. 5 out of 5

    janine smith

  16. 5 out of 5

    Raymond E. Ridgley

  17. 4 out of 5

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  18. 4 out of 5

    Kenneth Simmons

  19. 4 out of 5

    Patrick Trenberth

  20. 5 out of 5

    Harold Ploeg

  21. 5 out of 5

    Wendy

  22. 4 out of 5

    Lauretta Whatley

  23. 4 out of 5

    Roberta Altman

  24. 5 out of 5

    Rick walloch

  25. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Lehett

  26. 4 out of 5

    Meredith Friesz

  27. 4 out of 5

    Victoria Avery

  28. 4 out of 5

    Terese M Kempinski

  29. 4 out of 5

    Johannes Andreas

  30. 4 out of 5

    Radim Petrik

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