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Fascinating and terrifying! A non-ficton story about pre-history, history, and the lessons it teaches us about our potential mortality. A cautionary tale that we may have no control over; the fate of ancient civilizations may hint at our eventual fate as well.

Doulas Preston always impresses. I am a huge fan of his fiction work (the Pendergast series with Lincoln Child) and his detailed, but not so much that it is inaccessible, non-fiction. Every time you enter either the real or made up world with Preston, you know he is going to make the mysterious real for you . . . sometimes too real . . . sometimes too scary.

This book starts out with the search for a lost civilization in Honduras. Along the way, stories of deadly flora will convince you how scary nature can really be. When the ancient ruins are revealed, it is not just a matter of exploring a long gone city or collecting artifacts – a mysterious terror is unleashed that will affect those on the expedition for the rest of their life. What you find out is not for the faint of heart – especially because it is all true!

Some may not know that Douglas Preston is the Brother of Richard Preston (author of The Hot Zone: The Terrifying True Story of the Origins of the Ebola Virus ). Without revealing/spoiling too much, I will say that Douglas appears to be venturing into his brother’s brand of writing. I wonder how much he may have consulted him while writing this book? If you like Richard’s books, definitely check this out!

I will close by saying that I thought this book was great. History/archaeology fans will love most, if not all, of it. However, I hesitate to just randomly throw out recommendations since the terror that is unleashed may be too much for some!

Proceed with caution!

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doulas preston always impresses. i am a huge fan of his fiction work (the pendergast series with lincoln child) and his detailed, but not so much that it is inaccessible, non-fiction. every time you enter either the real or made up world with preston, you know he is going to make the mysterious real for you . . . sometimes too real . . . sometimes too scary.

this book starts out with the search for a lost civilization in honduras. along the way, stories of deadly flora will convince you how scary nature can really be. when the ancient ruins are revealed, it is not just a matter of exploring a long gone city or collecting artifacts – a mysterious terror is unleashed that will affect those on the expedition for the rest of their life. what you find out is not for the faint of heart – especially because it is all true!

some may not know that douglas preston is the brother of richard preston (author of the hot zone: the terrifying true story of the origins of the ebola virus ). without revealing/spoiling too much, i will say that douglas appears to be venturing into his brother’s brand of writing. i wonder how much he may have consulted him while writing this book? if you like richard’s books, definitely check this out!

i will close by saying that i thought this book was great. history/archaeology fans will love most, if not all, of it. however, i hesitate to just randomly throw out recommendations since the terror that is unleashed may be too much for some!

proceed with caution!
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doulas preston always impresses. i am a huge fan of his fiction work (the pendergast series with lincoln child) and his detailed, but not so much that it is inaccessible, non-fiction. every time you enter either the real or made up world with preston, you know he is going to make the mysterious real for you . . . sometimes too real . . . sometimes too scary.

this book starts out with the search for a lost civilization in honduras. along the way, stories of deadly flora will convince you how scary nature can really be. when the ancient ruins are revealed, it is not just a matter of exploring a long gone city or collecting artifacts – a mysterious terror is unleashed that will affect those on the expedition for the rest of their life. what you find out is not for the faint of heart – especially because it is all true!

some may not know that douglas preston is the brother of richard preston (author of the hot zone: the terrifying true story of the origins of the ebola virus ). without revealing/spoiling too much, i will say that douglas appears to be venturing into his brother’s brand of writing. i wonder how much he may have consulted him while writing this book? if you like richard’s books, definitely check this out!

i will close by saying that i thought this book was great. history/archaeology fans will love most, if not all, of it. however, i hesitate to just randomly throw out recommendations since the terror that is unleashed may be too much for some!

proceed with caution!
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doulas preston always impresses. i am a huge fan of his fiction work (the pendergast series with lincoln child) and his detailed, but not so much that it is inaccessible, non-fiction. every time you enter either the real or made up world with preston, you know he is going to make the mysterious real for you . . . sometimes too real . . . sometimes too scary.

this book starts out with the search for a lost civilization in honduras. along the way, stories of deadly flora will convince you how scary nature can really be. when the ancient ruins are revealed, it is not just a matter of exploring a long gone city or collecting artifacts – a mysterious terror is unleashed that will affect those on the expedition for the rest of their life. what you find out is not for the faint of heart – especially because it is all true!

some may not know that douglas preston is the brother of richard preston (author of the hot zone: the terrifying true story of the origins of the ebola virus ). without revealing/spoiling too much, i will say that douglas appears to be venturing into his brother’s brand of writing. i wonder how much he may have consulted him while writing this book? if you like richard’s books, definitely check this out!

i will close by saying that i thought this book was great. history/archaeology fans will love most, if not all, of it. however, i hesitate to just randomly throw out recommendations since the terror that is unleashed may be too much for some!

proceed with caution!
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doulas preston always impresses. i am a huge fan of his fiction work (the pendergast series with lincoln child) and his detailed, but not so much that it is inaccessible, non-fiction. every time you enter either the real or made up world with preston, you know he is going to make the mysterious real for you . . . sometimes too real . . . sometimes too scary.

this book starts out with the search for a lost civilization in honduras. along the way, stories of deadly flora will convince you how scary nature can really be. when the ancient ruins are revealed, it is not just a matter of exploring a long gone city or collecting artifacts – a mysterious terror is unleashed that will affect those on the expedition for the rest of their life. what you find out is not for the faint of heart – especially because it is all true!

some may not know that douglas preston is the brother of richard preston (author of the hot zone: the terrifying true story of the origins of the ebola virus ). without revealing/spoiling too much, i will say that douglas appears to be venturing into his brother’s brand of writing. i wonder how much he may have consulted him while writing this book? if you like richard’s books, definitely check this out!

i will close by saying that i thought this book was great. history/archaeology fans will love most, if not all, of it. however, i hesitate to just randomly throw out recommendations since the terror that is unleashed may be too much for some!

proceed with caution!
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doulas preston always impresses. i am a huge fan of his fiction work (the pendergast series with lincoln child) and his detailed, but not so much that it is inaccessible, non-fiction. every time you enter either the real or made up world with preston, you know he is going to make the mysterious real for you . . . sometimes too real . . . sometimes too scary.

this book starts out with the search for a lost civilization in honduras. along the way, stories of deadly flora will convince you how scary nature can really be. when the ancient ruins are revealed, it is not just a matter of exploring a long gone city or collecting artifacts – a mysterious terror is unleashed that will affect those on the expedition for the rest of their life. what you find out is not for the faint of heart – especially because it is all true!

some may not know that douglas preston is the brother of richard preston (author of the hot zone: the terrifying true story of the origins of the ebola virus ). without revealing/spoiling too much, i will say that douglas appears to be venturing into his brother’s brand of writing. i wonder how much he may have consulted him while writing this book? if you like richard’s books, definitely check this out!

i will close by saying that i thought this book was great. history/archaeology fans will love most, if not all, of it. however, i hesitate to just randomly throw out recommendations since the terror that is unleashed may be too much for some!

proceed with caution!
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doulas preston always impresses. i am a huge fan of his fiction work (the pendergast series with
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some may not know that douglas preston is the brother of richard preston (author of the hot zone: the terrifying true story of the origins of the ebola virus ). without revealing/spoiling too much, i will say that douglas appears to be venturing into his brother’s brand of writing. i wonder how much he may have consulted him while writing this book? if you like richard’s books, definitely check this out!

i will close by saying that i thought this book was great. history/archaeology fans will love most, if not all, of it. however, i hesitate to just randomly throw out recommendations since the terror that is unleashed may be too much for some!

proceed with caution!
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doulas preston always impresses. i am a huge fan of his fiction work (the pendergast series with lincoln child) and his detailed, but not so much that it is inaccessible, non-fiction. every time you enter either the real or made up world with preston, you know he is going to make the mysterious real for you . . . sometimes too real . . . sometimes too scary.

this book starts out with the search for a lost civilization in honduras. along the way, stories of deadly flora will convince you how scary nature can really be. when the ancient ruins are revealed, it is not just a matter of exploring a long gone city or collecting artifacts – a mysterious terror is unleashed that will affect those on the expedition for the rest of their life. what you find out is not for the faint of heart – especially because it is all true!

some may not know that douglas preston is the brother of richard preston (author of the hot zone: the terrifying true story of the origins of the ebola virus ). without revealing/spoiling too much, i will say that douglas appears to be venturing into his brother’s brand of writing. i wonder how much he may have consulted him while writing this book? if you like richard’s books, definitely check this out!

i will close by saying that i thought this book was great. history/archaeology fans will love most, if not all, of it. however, i hesitate to just randomly throw out recommendations since the terror that is unleashed may be too much for some!

proceed with caution!
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doulas preston always impresses. i am a huge fan of his fiction work (the pendergast series with lincoln child) and his detailed, but not so much that it is inaccessible, non-fiction. every time you enter either the real or made up world with preston, you know he is going to make the mysterious real for you . . . sometimes too real . . . sometimes too scary.

this book starts out with the search for a lost civilization in honduras. along the way, stories of deadly flora will convince you how scary nature can really be. when the ancient ruins are revealed, it is not just a matter of exploring a long gone city or collecting artifacts – a mysterious terror is unleashed that will affect those on the expedition for the rest of their life. what you find out is not for the faint of heart – especially because it is all true!

some may not know that douglas preston is the brother of richard preston (author of the hot zone: the terrifying true story of the origins of the ebola virus ). without revealing/spoiling too much, i will say that douglas appears to be venturing into his brother’s brand of writing. i wonder how much he may have consulted him while writing this book? if you like richard’s books, definitely check this out!

i will close by saying that i thought this book was great. history/archaeology fans will love most, if not all, of it. however, i hesitate to just randomly throw out recommendations since the terror that is unleashed may be too much for some!

proceed with caution!
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doulas preston always impresses. i am a huge fan of his fiction work (the pendergast series with lincoln child) and his detailed, but not so much that it is inaccessible, non-fiction. every time you enter either the real or made up world with preston, you know he is going to make the mysterious real for you . . . sometimes too real . . . sometimes too scary.

this book starts out with the search for a lost civilization in honduras. along the way, stories of deadly flora will convince you how scary nature can really be. when the ancient ruins are revealed, it is not just a matter of exploring a long gone city or collecting artifacts – a mysterious terror is unleashed that will affect those on the expedition for the rest of their life. what you find out is not for the faint of heart – especially because it is all true!

some may not know that douglas preston is the brother of richard preston (author of the hot zone: the terrifying true story of the origins of the ebola virus ). without revealing/spoiling too much, i will say that douglas appears to be venturing into his brother’s brand of writing. i wonder how much he may have consulted him while writing this book? if you like richard’s books, definitely check this out!

i will close by saying that i thought this book was great. history/archaeology fans will love most, if not all, of it. however, i hesitate to just randomly throw out recommendations since the terror that is unleashed may be too much for some!

proceed with caution!
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doulas preston always impresses. i am a huge fan of his fiction work (the pendergast series with lincoln child) and his detailed, but not so much that it is inaccessible, non-fiction. every time you enter either the real or made up world with preston, you know he is going to make the mysterious real for you . . . sometimes too real . . . sometimes too scary.

this book starts out with the search for a lost civilization in honduras. along the way, stories of deadly flora will convince you how scary nature can really be. when the ancient ruins are revealed, it is not just a matter of exploring a long gone city or collecting artifacts – a mysterious terror is unleashed that will affect those on the expedition for the rest of their life. what you find out is not for the faint of heart – especially because it is all true!

some may not know that douglas preston is the brother of richard preston (author of the hot zone: the terrifying true story of the origins of the ebola virus ). without revealing/spoiling too much, i will say that douglas appears to be venturing into his brother’s brand of writing. i wonder how much he may have consulted him while writing this book? if you like richard’s books, definitely check this out!

i will close by saying that i thought this book was great. history/archaeology fans will love most, if not all, of it. however, i hesitate to just randomly throw out recommendations since the terror that is unleashed may be too much for some!

proceed with caution!
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doulas preston always impresses. i am a huge fan of his fiction work (the pendergast series with lincoln child) and his detailed, but not so much that it is inaccessible, non-fiction. every time you enter either the real or made up world with preston, you know he is going to make the mysterious real for you . . . sometimes too real . . . sometimes too scary.

this book starts out with the search for a lost civilization in honduras. along the way, stories of deadly flora will convince you how scary nature can really be. when the ancient ruins are revealed, it is not just a matter of exploring a long gone city or collecting artifacts – a mysterious terror is unleashed that will affect those on the expedition for the rest of their life. what you find out is not for the faint of heart – especially because it is all true!

some may not know that douglas preston is the brother of richard preston (author of the hot zone: the terrifying true story of the origins of the ebola virus ). without revealing/spoiling too much, i will say that douglas appears to be venturing into his brother’s brand of writing. i wonder how much he may have consulted him while writing this book? if you like richard’s books, definitely check this out!

i will close by saying that i thought this book was great. history/archaeology fans will love most, if not all, of it. however, i hesitate to just randomly throw out recommendations since the terror that is unleashed may be too much for some!

proceed with caution!
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doulas preston always impresses. i am a huge fan of his fiction work (the pendergast series with lincoln child) and his detailed, but not so much that it is inaccessible, non-fiction. every time you enter either the real or made up world with preston, you know he is going to make the mysterious real for you . . . sometimes too real . . . sometimes too scary.

this book starts out with the search for a lost civilization in honduras. along the way, stories of deadly flora will convince you how scary nature can really be. when the ancient ruins are revealed, it is not just a matter of exploring a long gone city or collecting artifacts – a mysterious terror is unleashed that will affect those on the expedition for the rest of their life. what you find out is not for the faint of heart – especially because it is all true!

some may not know that douglas preston is the brother of richard preston (author of the hot zone: the terrifying true story of the origins of the ebola virus ). without revealing/spoiling too much, i will say that douglas appears to be venturing into his brother’s brand of writing. i wonder how much he may have consulted him while writing this book? if you like richard’s books, definitely check this out!

i will close by saying that i thought this book was great. history/archaeology fans will love most, if not all, of it. however, i hesitate to just randomly throw out recommendations since the terror that is unleashed may be too much for some!

proceed with caution!
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