Tsubute Seeds of Civilization Book two The team from NWIDI is at it again This time a trip to southern Japan to investigate a mysterious underwater pyramid off the coast of Yonaguni Island involves the four friends in a case of murder and

  • Title: Tsubute (Seeds of Civilization, Book two)
  • Author: R.J. Archer
  • ISBN: 9780977910915
  • Page: 221
  • Format: Paperback
  • The team from NWIDI is at it again This time, a trip to southern Japan to investigate a mysterious underwater pyramid off the coast of Yonaguni Island involves the four friends in a case of murder and international kidnapping The maiden voyage of the team s newly acquired Learjet begins with a dramatic landing in Alaska s Aleutian Islands and, after a run in with the DepThe team from NWIDI is at it again This time, a trip to southern Japan to investigate a mysterious underwater pyramid off the coast of Yonaguni Island involves the four friends in a case of murder and international kidnapping The maiden voyage of the team s newly acquired Learjet begins with a dramatic landing in Alaska s Aleutian Islands and, after a run in with the Department of Justice in Tokyo, the team begins to think they should never have left home When they finally touch down on Yonaguni, a Japanese American exchange student befriends them and helps them get to know the tiny island of 1,200 people and the dark secret being protected there A tsubute discovered outside the NWIDI headquarters in Seattle reappears on Yonaguni and leads the team to a startling discovery about the true nature of the island and its original inhabitants A tsubute is an ancient Ninja throwing weapon.

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    1. This review originally appeared on my website.Continues the Adventure where Tractrix left offTsubute continues the adventures of the NWIDI team where Tractrix left off. Frank Morton and his collegues this time journey to Japan, with the initial intent to investigate a mysterious pyramid off the island of Yonaguni, the westernmost island of Japan.As with his last novel, Archer interweaves facts with his fiction: in the late 1980’s, divers found underwater archeological ruins similar to the pyra [...]

    2. “The long anticipated sequel to Tractrix is finally here, and once again, R.J. Archer lays a foundation of rich detail that subtly builds into a runaway train of action, treachery and discovery. Tractrix offered a glimpse at a vision of history ignored by contemporary scholars; Tsubute rips down the curtain and sets it on fire.” Sean Ellis, Author of Magic Mirror and The Clive Cussler Code “Settle in and fasten your seat belt. You’re about to take off on an adventure of action and intern [...]

    3. Book 2 of the Seeds of Civilization series. (back cover text posted by the author)The team from NWIDI is at it again! This time, a trip to southern Japan to investigate the mysterious underwater pyramid off the coast of Yonaguni Island involves the four friends in a case of murder and international kidnapping.The maiden voyage of the team's newly acquired Learjet begins with a dramatic landing in the Aleutian Islands of Alaska and, after a run-in with Department of Justice agents in Tokyo, the t [...]

    4. This book is good but it is 98% murder mystery and only about 2% science fiction. You could write all of the science fiction in this book on one or two pages. First someone is murdered at their hq offices. Then someone is murdered when they get to the Japanese island. Then another murder and still only conjectures about any science fiction. It's not until the end of the book that we find out who is behind the murders. Then we hear the theories about the sci fi part of the story, but no real reve [...]

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