Centerville, Ga. (PRWEB) April 21, 2014
The knowledge of archeology and linguistics will unfold the massive mystery that clings to the Stonehenge in “Hengestone!” written by author Ron F. Collins. Readers will visit the site of these gigantic monuments along thoughts of horrifying narrations and the eye-opening plausibility that humans are not the lone inhabitants of the Earth.
“Hengestone!” starts off with the scroll from the missing library of Alexandria and is discovered under Parthenon by amateur archeologist Troy Talon. Together with linguist expert Carol Remington who deciphers the ancient text, they have opened an inter-dimensional doorway to Sklynonica – a world which teems with strange and deadly creature that will unleash hell on Earth. What they are about to discover will either make or break the future predestined for mankind. However, in the presence of Abrams – a wicked arms dealer and psychotic – the fate of Sklynonica continues to be out of the question.
Historical, nerve-wracking and engaging, Collins bridges the earlier coined theories of the building of Stonehenge to the recent discoveries and disappearances that have been linked to these erected stones. “Hengestone!” will induce in the readers a comprehensive plot, haunting string of events and an entertainment that would take them to the edge of their seats, if not to the edge of the known world.
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About the Author
Author Ron F. Collins has retired from the United States Air Force. He has lived in Europe for nine years and travelled extensively. He wrote other books entitled “A Gift of Time” and “Quest for the White Jaguar.”
Hengestones! * by Ron F. Collins
Hell on Earth
Publication Date: April 2, 2014
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