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Jeff W. Horton

Author of The Great Collapse

10 Works 109 Members 13 Reviews


Works by Jeff W. Horton

The Great Collapse (2010) 38 copies
The Last Prophet (2011) 17 copies
Cybersp@ce (2012) 11 copies
Frontiers (2014) 5 copies
New Beginnings (2014) 4 copies
Heaven's Oasis (2016) 4 copies
Eternity (2023) 4 copies
The Way of Nacor (2012) 2 copies
Future Schism (2017) 1 copy


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This review was written for LibraryThing Early Reviewers.
Would have been good to be a bit less predictable, as i don't really like to be ahead of the main character when I'm supposed to be in suspense like they are. .
Benboo | 1 other review | Jul 23, 2023 |
This review was written for LibraryThing Early Reviewers.
The book begins: "We’re different now—humanity has changed; there is no going back to the way it was."

What follows is the story of how that change occurred, told through the eyes of an initially inexperience journalist. It is a voyage following scientific breakthroughs and their potential impact on the world's population for good or evil.

This is a journey that is totally engrossing for the readers (well at least it was for me). The author is a great storyteller and all his characters are very relatable. There is also a refreshing underlying optimism that runs through the book. I am very pleased to have read it and can thoroughly recommend it.… (more)
Hopback | 1 other review | Jun 17, 2023 |
This review was written for LibraryThing Member Giveaways.
I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
Kevin Foster has lost his soul mate, Claire. Now he is on mission to repair her reputation and honor her memory.
This is a beautifully written thriller about the search for the Garden of Eden. Heaven’s Oasis follow’s Kevin Foster as he meets, falls in love and ultimately loses Claire to what he believes is an accident. During their relationship, Claire begins traveling to the Middle East searching for a discovery that will prove the existence of God. But, Claire is not the only one looking; Kain Masterson is determined to reach Heaven’s Oasis first, at any cost.
After Claire’s death, many of her colleagues begin ridiculing her work, damaging her reputation. This prompts Kevin to take a sabbatical to continue his wife’s life work, ultimately finding the Garden of Eden.
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angbenton | 3 other reviews | Feb 9, 2017 |
This review was written for LibraryThing Member Giveaways.
Very well done archaeology discovery thriller with an excellent storyline and realistic well developed characters. The story was fast paced and hard to put down. I will definitely be recommending this book to family and friends.
I received this book from the author thru Library Thing in exchange for an honest review.
jimphillips8 | 3 other reviews | Jan 18, 2017 |


½ 4.4

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