Fascinating takes on how an ancient Egyptian would estimate the modern world.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) September 26, 2013
Ancient Egypt and present-day Chicago become intimately intertwined the moment that two Chicago Museum archeologists witness the reawakening of a man mummified 3,500 years ago by a unique process.
Tonemcadu, a wise man from the ancient time of the Pharaohs, awakens with a purpose. He has a crucial mission to accomplish, entrusted to him by his people's great leader. To do so, Tonemcadu must find his way back to the Great Pyramid despite the daunting roadblocks of the modern world that stand in his way.
Alone and without resources after a miscommunication with the two archeologists who befriended and sheltered him in their home, Tonemcadu embarks on a solo mission to Egypt. During his unique odyssey through time and space, Tonemcadu teaches as much as he learns, discovering along the way that the one constant presence throughout the centuries is love.
Many startling plot twists engage the reader in this fast-paced novel. “The Orion Project” offers a unique look at today's society from the perspective of a man from a different time and a very different world.
Kirkus Reviews (AKA The World's Toughest Book Critics Since 1933) praises the novel for “maintaining suspense,” and offering “fascinating takes on how an ancient Egyptian would estimate the modern world.” The novel, Kirkus concludes, is an “entertaining, tautly executed adventure through time.”
“The Orion Project” is available as an eBook and paperback on Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com. For more information, visit http://www.theorionproject.com, or contact the author, Edward Marin, directly at edmarin8(at)aol(dot)com.
“The Orion Project” was inspired by Edward Marin’s lifelong interest in ancient Egypt. The novel is the first in a projected series featuring the protagonist, Tonemcadu. Edward Marin currently resides in Miami, Florida.