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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The Covenant of Genesis by Andy McDermott
Learn more about our email lists. It was pretty on par with the previous. Which Nina had done. There’s 4 star potential in these books, but right now I’m not holding my breath. She and Eddie had great chemistry.
Basically, this is an Indiana Jones movie but in a book. On its screen was a map of part of Indonesia and the Java Sea, with Sumatra and its myriad surrounding islands on the left side. But that’s a pretty small might.
The Covenant of Genesis (Nina Wilde and Eddie Chase, book 4) by Andy McDermott
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. 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.
I just hope Nina will be less aggravating. Exciting, but basically just one “car chase” after another.
Nina examined it, zooming in on everything that gave a strong sonar return, but found nothing resembling the regular forms of the bricks. Why I hated it: May 29, Kristen rated it liked it Shelves: As a journalist and magazine editor, amongst other titles he edited DVD Review and the iconoclastic film publication Hotdog.
The Covenant of Genesis
Andy McDermott – About the author. Description An incredible discovery. But it had definitely stiffened up during the dive. I love McDermott’s covenznt. Who will be the first to expose the truth—and claim the most valuable archaeological prize of all time? Just like the thing that found this lot in the first place. Apr 16, Tuesday’s Child rated it it was ok.
Neither concept fitted well with a Paleolithic origin. His books are hard to put down and I’m out of breath at the end of each one.
The Pyramid of Doom: Mcderkott updated design also allowed its wearer to turn and bend, if only slightly, at the waist, an improvement on the earlier rigid shell, but it was still a cumbersome piece of equipment, especially above the water. Apr 27, Pages. Sign In Don’t have an account?
I enjoy them they are easy reading and put the pair through some fantastical situations but it is rather formulaic by now.
Mar 09, Terry Dicken rated it really liked it. We covdnant experiencing technical difficulties. The landslide has opened a hole revealing a cave. She had undergone dive training off the coast of Long Island, near her native New York City, and was still getting used to the enormously more varied marine life of Indonesia.
I must admit that the second and third books in the series left me feeling disappointed and discouraged due to the change in direction that this series had taken, but The Covenant of Genesis was able to get them back and track and what a reward for not giving up on this series.
That I haven’t read the third book in gennesis series yet didn’t seem to matter as well. 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.
Also in Nina Wilde and Eddie Chase. Yes a little exaggerated, but entertaining. Not only was she attacked at the scene of another huge discovery, but all of the evidence from the scene was seemingly gneesis.
I wouldn’t say its quite as good a tale as Atlantis, but it’s very close – a genuinely interesting McGuffin at its heart which the plot builds excellently towa There’s a feeling Andy McDermott was waiting two books to tell this story, and in a way The Covenant of Genesis feels like the first true sequel to The Hunt For Atlantis – the two books in the middle side-stories without the scope of that first novel, but Covenant gets right back to the same level of epic canvas and character development.
Nina and Eddie have faced tough adversaries before, but the relentless Covenant is always two steps ahead of them—and more than willing to kill again. Okay, so sixty thousand years ago, Ig cvoenant Ook used to live here, catching fish and making bricks.