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By Alex Archer, Mel Odom

During this electrifying new novella, heroine Annja Creed uncovers one more certainly one of history's monsters.

From the outdated testomony comes a brand new danger...

Fighting skeletons in Addis Ababa isn't in Annja's agreement. specifically while they're "entertainment" rigged through an obnoxious radio DJ throughout the filming of the television exhibit she hosts, Chasing History's Monsters. however the unintentional discovery of an historical clay brick turns the prank into lethal peril for the intrepid archaeologist.

If Annja's slump is correct, the brick is in basic terms the 1st key to a better discovery: the Tower of Babel. Now, with Joan of Arc's sword in hand and killers at her heels, she needs to race around the center East to resolve the puzzle first. Enemies and allies will face off opposed to every one other--and themselves. to outlive, Annja should defeat them all...because in any case there should be just one winner.

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They developed kilns, dug up the earth and made dust bricks, then they baked them to construct the tower. The constitution grew on a daily basis. per week in the past it used to be taller than whatever Joktan had ever visible. It dwarfed the good pyramids of Egypt, even the nice Pyramid of Giza, which stood over 300 and sixty rods tall. at the present time the tower was once taller nonetheless. males toiled all alongside the constitution, baking brick, wearing brick, laying brick, construction and construction and development. “Do you're thinking that it may possibly cave in lower than its personal weight? ” Elishah requested softly. “It isn't pointed just like the Egyptian buildings. the burden of the bricks isn't really dispersed within the similar means. ” “I don't know. ” Joktan stared on the tower, which was once equipped as a ziggurat, in squares that set one atop the opposite, each smaller than the final. It used to be an incredible venture, having a look darkish and primitive opposed to the transparent blue sky. “Is it broad adequate on the base to arrive to God? ” Joktan shook his head. “I want I knew. ” nobody may perhaps say for sure how far-off the heavens have been. kiln overseers walked over to hitch Joktan and Elishah lower than the tent cover. either males have been dark-skinned, taller than the boys of Shinar, with fierce black beards. They hailed from Mosul, to the north. “Prince Joktan. ” The older one bowed deeply, yet his eyes by no means left Joktan’s and his hand didn't stray faraway from the sword at his hip. Joktan struggled to recollect the man’s identify. It used to be more uncomplicated before everything, while there weren’t such a lot of names to recollect. nowadays the names, lots of them unusual to his tongue, flitted out of achieve like horseflies. “Yes... Umar? ” “I may beg a boon. ” “If humanly attainable, i'll furnish it. ” “I want a doctor to go to my males. a few of them have come down with an sickness the like of which i have never ahead of visible. ” “I will see to it instantaneously. ” “Thank you. ” Umar bowed back and left. Joktan waved over one of many younger runners seated at one other colour. Joktan gave him the message to take to the king and despatched him on his manner. “A disease? ” Elishah rocked unhappily and spat back. “When you have got this many males in a single position, disorder will occur. They consume like locusts, depleting our shops and emptying our orchards, they usually create extra foulness than the river can hold away. ” Joktan folded his palms and stared at males, one from Shinar and one from Mashhad, who have been loudly arguing. the 2 males squared off opposed to one another as different males gave means round them. God was once known as upon, and the guy from Shinar drew a curved dagger. Joktan ran from the pavilion and kicked up a rake into his palms as he went. His father had not just had him educated as a bricklayer and an engineer. Joktan knew the methods of the sword and the spear, in addition. The Shinar guy feinted with the knife. The Mashhad guy dodged again. With cool calculation, the Shinar guy whipped his arm round, desiring to disembowel his foe. Swinging the rake in an underhanded blow, Joktan struck the aggressor’s wrist, eliciting a yelp of shocked discomfort as he knocked the knife loose.

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