ABOUT THE BOOK

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LOST GODis a science fiction thriller based on ancient myths, the ancient aliens theory and an shocking real-life experience of the author in Egypt. The story revolves around the prophesied return of the heavenly powers.

 

This is how the story starts

A truck-sized object appears above the Earth. A crescent-shaped sign is emblazoned on its shell. An imam interprets the sign as a symbol of Islam and, referring to the Quran, claims that the object hails from the inhabitants of a sister world of the Earth. An Islamic terrorist organization then calls for a global holy war.
The Swiss ancient aliens researcher Erich von Däniken discovers the same sign on a millennia-old Sumerian cylinder seal and predicts that the world is in for a god shock of a completely different kind.
Both Russia and China want to explore the mysterious object, but U.S. president Trump is determined to preempt the two Eastern powers.
As terrorists are trying to plunge Europe into chaos, a reactivated old space shuttle takes off in Cape Canaveral. The crew’s mission is to bring the object to Earth in the payload bay. On board are the audacious Navy pilot Tom Taylor, the young science journalist and maverick Sally Brown, as well as the reticent German rocket engineer Gunther Wolf, who seems to know much more about the object and its origins than he is willing to admit. But as soon as the Space Shuttle Atlantis has launched, 19 huge spheres hit the earth…

 

Note

The story will happen in near future. Sometimes, the events are told in the style of a news report. There are many locations and characters. Reality and fiction are often indistinguishable. Sometimes, technical and historical explanations are woven into the plot. Some scenes in the story are very hard. Toward the end, the story takes a turn that some readers consider bizarre.

 

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