The Forgotten Age Reviews

Despite a slow start, my latest novella The Forgotten Age is already gaining favourable reviews:


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.


Jack Eason is a master storyteller of this historic-cum-science fiction genre. His latest book Forgotten Age is a riveting page-turner it!


 I don’t often give out five stars on a review but Jack Eason’s The Forgotten Age deserves all five. This book that follows on from The Seventh Age, enthralled me from Prologue to Epilogue and all chapters between. I have to declare an interest here, as I’ve always been fascinated with Egyptology and archaeology so it was no hardship for me to read this new Nick Palmer adventure that kept rolling along like a runaway roller coaster – and with such credible characters for first-rate company along the way. I can say definitely worth adding to your wish list or better still buy it today.


With the Author’s flair for memorable characters and ancient knowledge, this is another page turner in the Nick Palmer chronicles.
The story twists, turns and teaches as it unfolds before you. I find myself instantly relating to the characters, with all their complex human imperfections.
Jack Eason has a unique way of unveiling the unseen and changing your perspective on things at his whim.
All in all, a well written story that cannot fail to impress anyone with a spirit for imagination.


In this sequel to his book, The Seventh Age, Jack brings back Nick Palmer once again for a new adventure. I was lucky enough to buy the very first Amazon US copy. Another great read by a great author. I highly recommend this book. Keep an eye on Jack Eason, he is a rising star.


 Jack 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 .


So what is time? A measure of man’s experience? A slice of eternity? Atlantis has held Man’s imagination for millennia and would probably continue for as long as Man in his present form continues to wonder and explore. But the True Man will meet up with the Atlantean prince on a different plain and he will understand the meaning of that smile. The Atlantean was the eternal guard against the enthusiast like Nick who searches for knowledge without considering the dangers of the many tunnels he leads man into. He ceases to exist when he finds himself by default in the middle of the library of All Knowledge and he ceases to be. He becomes one with the knowledge and is lost within it, losing persona. He enters into Time.
Phew! Jack, those words held me spellbound for the time it took for me to read The Forgotten Age. I must congratulate you for a beautifully crafted story. I could not sleep until I had read and finished the reading the story. It chased my dreams and tantalized me with images and longings to have a final answer on Atlantis for it will open the door for me to peep into the dawn of the age of Homo Sapiens, on this almost timeless Earth. Infinity has her door firmly shut.
I am happy I was given an opportunity to read Jack Eason’s book The Forgotten Age. I am a simple elderly lady and as the clock ticks relentlessly bringing me into reconciliation with my origin and starting point I wish to commend Jack for this story. He has written a story that I found very appealing. It was not science fiction nor did I have to contend with strange human beings.. Ithis stayed well in the background. I had no reason to be worried that the awful fellow from his historical fantasies were about to gobble up my dreams. I was just teased about a past that Jack held up to me as a tantalizing future.
A concept was thus confirmed, Man can only understand his future when he returns to his past. The beginning always flows into the end or vice versa. Infinity is thus defined and explained and it becomes a journey a lot of us will find very difficult to make.It is the only way Life can be explained and the rationale of Man’s journey here on Terra Firma.

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3 thoughts on “The Forgotten Age Reviews

  1. 29th Nov 2012 – Despite the glowing reviews, The Forgotten Age is currently inhabiting #105,644 Paid in Kindle Store at and #164,745 Paid in Kindle Store at – go figure!!!!


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