The Arkana series is a seven book treasure hunt that spans 12,000 years of lost human history. What’s it all about? Take one secret organization trying to reconstruct humanity’s cultural roots and mix with a fanatical cult intent on destroying civilization altogether. Both believe the solution to their problem is a lost relic known as the sage stone.
Part history lesson, part mystery, the books tell the story of our forgotten past. Spanning every continent for the last dozen millennia, they reveal cultures most people never knew existed. Prepare to be amazed. Technologically-advanced, peace-loving, gender-balanced. Who were those people? More importantly, why and when did we stop being like them? Those mysteries and many others will be solved if you’re ready to enter the world of the Arkana.
Picking up right where The Granite Key left off, The Mountain Mother Cipher carries the relic quest from Greece to Turkey as the Arkana team struggles to stay one step ahead of its rivals. Trouble on the home front threatens both organizations when Faye and Abraham are each forced to deal with some unwelcome developments.
From the reviewers:
Thoroughly enjoyed this one too. A couple of added characters who were good and learning more about the Nephilim ways. Scary! Also the Memory Guardian, Faye, and her Grandson will make for some good mysteries to solve coming up. Cassie had her work cut out for her in more ways than one this time. Kept me reading to the very last page!!! Looking forward to #3! - Laurie Steffan
Excellent second book in the arkana series. I loved this second book. Cassie’s character is maturing and showing how smart she is. It was a great journey to retrieve the first relic and can’t wait for the next journey. Nancy is a fabulous writer and I could not put the book down. I was reading it every night and finished it in a week again. Way to go Nancy! I am anxiously waiting for the next one. – D in Alameda
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