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Reviewed by Carol Coetzee for Readers' Favorite
Seed of the Gods by Rod De Bowes is a fascinating, if controversial read. An archaeology professor, Hiram May, and his assistants Tammy and Steven, discover a secret chamber in Peru. This leads them to believe that a race, called the Chimú, lived in the area before the Mayans. The professor is searching for the ruins when he meets Chris Allen, who is an ex police officer on a yachting holiday with some friends. Chris takes an interest in the venture, and he offers some funding. The group, along with several scouts, guides and assistants, find the temple and eagerly begin their explorations. They are unexpectedly attacked by a guerrilla force and some are captured, others killed, whilst the guerrillas attempt to extract information regarding hidden treasures. Tammy and Chris manage to escape and along the way discover an alien cave hidden in a mountain. Here the real story begins! Strange alien objects, dead aliens, possible alien DNA genetic manipulations with humans, and a quest to discover why the aliens died and were abandoned. A fascinating story unravels, which will keep you reading anxiously!
In Seed of the Gods, the author explores human evolution as influenced by the intervention of an alien race. A secret cave of wonders and questions is discovered, revealing mysterious and interesting clues. The characters are interesting, and show us that while many humans are kind and decent, there are many that are cruel and greedy. The book is filled with wonder, intrigue, danger, adventure, fascinating discoveries, love, hate, greed, kindness, to name a few. It is a well woven story of suspense, intrigue and mystery, with a moral of decency. Seed of the Gods explores a subject that has mystified humanity for centuries, rousing curiosity and disbelief. Rod De Bowes has certainly proposed an interesting and also believable theory that will stay with you long after the final pages have been turned. Whether you believe in aliens or not, this book might well change your thinking!