“If you liked The Da Vinci Code, you’ll love The Sixth World” – Ibbetson Street Update

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No one has seen the Maya glory since the ninth century, but author Margaret Evans's newest thriller "The Sixth World" says the ancient Central American Indian culture will return on Dec. 22, 2012. Then again, theyÂ?re already here.

They’re coming back and who knows what they’ll do. "The Sixth World" (thesixthworld.com), the first book in the Maya Earth Trilogy, is a fictional page-turner based on popular beliefs of two California archaeologists who have discovered Maya readying for the new age when they will again rule the world.

It's all expected to happen on Dec. 22, 2012 based on actual Maya predictions of the new age involving the Earth’s ongoing reverse magnetic energy, sunspots and solar flares. These projections are backed by many popular websites like 2near.com, mysteries-megasite.com, world-mysteries.com and survive2012.com.

"The one thing I continually learn is the more we find out about this culture, the deeper the mysteries seem to grow," Evans said. "While I’m not sure what will happen on December 22, 2012, I think we will all be in for a surprise of some kind.

"The previous five Aztec/Maya ages were marked with worldwide cosmic events syncing pretty closely with popular theories, such as asteroids hitting the earth and killing off the dinosaurs. I guess I just can’t get past the Maya being such an intelligent, talented people who could predict planetary and astral movements without the aid of telescopes and machines. What they knew was phenomenal. How they knew it is unknown. That’s my fascination."

"The Sixth World" (Xlibris Corp., $22.99) has been hailed as “a really good thriller story” by Blether.com. Curled Up With a Good Book.com called The Sixth World "a treasure trove. There are fascinating tidbits about the Maya strewn like precious jewels throughout the story. The storyline itself is original and interesting...The settings are described so well that the reader can almost see the beautiful California hills. The Sixth World is a great book for anyone who admires good fiction."

The Ibbetson Street Update screamed: “Where The Da Vinci Code grips the reader in a breakneck race to discover the Goddess and the secrets of Mary Magdalene, The Sixth World entangles the reader in a race against terrorists and numerous foes to discover the lost civilization of the Maya and its secrets...For those who enjoy expertly plotted, fast-paced fiction, I highly recommend this book.”

The debut novel by the native Washingtonian will soon be followed by "Cavalry Man," the story of an ex-Navy SEAL with a secret past who works in the Justice Department’s Witness Security Unit. Ms. Evans’s background as a legal professional in the managed health care industry after graduating from Georgetown University's School of Business Administration underscores her passion to detail. She has been interested in the Maya culture for nearly 20 years. Ms. Evans’s short stories have appeared in literary magazines and journals, including Prose Toad, Fullosia Press, Palabras Press, and A Darker Vision eZine.

Ms. Evans can be reached for interviews concerning "The Sixth World" or the Maya culture at info@margaretevans.com. The public can best order from the many online venues such as Barnesandnoble.com, Amazon.com and Borders.com.

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Margaret Evans

301-520-7184

margaret_evans@mindspring.com

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