The 34th Degree by Thomas Greanias

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Likely to be the equivalent of an amusement park ride: entertaining in the moment but eminently forgettable afterwards.
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Synopsis

New York Times bestselling author Thomas Greanias continues the thrilling adventure that began with The Promised War, as counterterrorism agent Sam Deker embarks on his most daring and life-altering mission yet.

From New York Times bestselling author Thomas Greanias comes an all-new, reality-altering epic adventure.

Dishonorably discharged from the armed forces and haunted by nightmares of the past, counterterrorism agent Sam Deker is trying to build a new life in Los Angeles. The Pentagon, however, believes only he can endure their top-secret neuro-simulation program known as the 34th Degree, a stunning technological breakthrough that gleans priceless intel from the sliced brain tissues of dead terrorists. Their target: SS general Ludwig von Berg, the legendary Third Reich “Baron of the Black Order.” Deker’s mission is to discover the fate of the ultimate weapon—a supernatural alchemy for a fatal thermodynamic technology—before his counterparts in the Alignment, a twenty-first-century successor to the Nazi SS, beat him to it. Ultimately, Deker discovers that the past, present, and future are not what they seem, as his path leads to a shattering secret that will change everything he knows about the universe.
 

About Thomas Greanias

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Thomas Greanias is the founder of the Atlantis Mapping Project and the New York Times bestselling author of six novels. A former journalist, his works have appeared in newspapers, magazines, and television. He lives in Los Angeles with his family.Visit him at ThomasGreanias.com.
 
Published June 28, 2011 by Atria Books. 482 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime, Horror. Fiction
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All: 6 | Positive: 2 | Negative: 4

Publishers Weekly

Below average
Reviewed by Publishers Weekly on Oct 31 2011

It would have better served the audiobook if Fass had forgone any attempt at accents and simply provided a straightforward, no-frills reading. 

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Blog Critics

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Reviewed by Regis Schilken on Jul 10 2011

The 34th Degree was 34 degrees too far into the realm of the outlandish.

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Mysterious Reviews

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Reviewed by Mysterious Reviews on Jul 01 2011

Likely to be the equivalent of an amusement park ride: entertaining in the moment but eminently forgettable afterwards.

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Night Owl Suspense

Excellent
Reviewed by Mary Lignor on Jul 21 2011

Mythology lovers will certainly flock to this book and will see many similarities that exist in today's world. 

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Minding Spot

Good
Reviewed by Minding Spot on Jul 04 2011

The 34th Degree is a phenomenal thriller! Flipping back between the present day and the past, there is alot going on. Between the Templars taking he Maranatha text to Rome, the espionage and the adventure, there is not a paragraph you will want to miss!

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The Moon is a Dead World

Below average
Reviewed by The Moon is a Dead World on Aug 30 2011

His main character Deker feels a bit underdeveloped and the frame story is given lesser attention than the Nazi threat.

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