A new novella

In a few hours from now you will be able to purchase your copy of my latest novella via the Amazon outlet near you.

For your edification here is the blurb:

In the world of archaeology, some things are just not meant to be. Only the brave or foolhardy will ever dare to challenge the establishment and its accepted theories. Previously, Dr Nick Palmer had proved himself beyond any reasonable doubt by saving the Earth and the entire Solar system from total destruction on December, 21st, 2012, enabling humanity’s seventh age to begin.
Now it was time to upset the academic world once and for all. He returns to Egypt to find the fabled library of the ancients to disprove the blinkered thinking over who was responsible for sculpting the Sphinx as well as establishing the true purpose of the pyramids. Along the way he is joined once again by most of his old team and a few new recruits. In their bid for proof they are subjected to all manner of obstacles put in their path.
Apart from attempted murder, kidnapping and torture, even the environment is hostile towards Nick and his team in his latest adventure. Will he succeed in his quest for the truth about the Sphinx and the pyramids? Find out when you read β€œThe Forgotten Age”.

5 thoughts on “A new novella

  1. Or, if you wait until next Thursday through Saturday – 22nd-24th November, you will be able to download a free copy for your Kindle, or Kindle for PC/Mac application on your computer. πŸ™‚


  2. The very first review: 4.0 out of 5 stars A Thoroughly Enjoyable Read, November 16, 2012By Derek "Derek Haines" (Switzerland) – See all my reviewsThis review is from: The Forgotten Age (Kindle Edition)I couldn't help thinking about Indiana Jones while I was reading about Nick Palmer's adventures in The Forgotten Age by Jack Eason. A rollicking adventure of caves, tunnels, hidden entrances and unreliable maps leading to …. well, I won't write a spoiler here. Enough to say that this is a very well written adventure tale with plenty of twists and turns along the way. If you have any interest in ancient myths, Egyptology or archaeology, you'll surely enjoy this new Nick Palmer story.


  3. The next review: Just got this review: Forgotten's next review: 4.0 out of 5 stars I WANT MORE ! November 19, 2012By Gordon WulffFormat:Kindle Edition|Amazon Verified PurchaseJack Eason has done it again , I am anxiously awaiting the next novel after just having finished The Forgotten Age in one day . I could not put it down . His portrayal of such realistic characters embroils and invests you in their saga . Notwithstanding , the historical values and storyline combine to enlist you in an expedition with complete suspension of disbelief . He is a rare pleasure to read and I look forward to reading everything he produces . Definitely left me wanting more .


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