The Cydonia Objective by David Sakmyster

In this pulse-pounding, mind-expanding conclusion to the Morpheus Initiative trilogy, psychic Caleb Crowe must locate the ancient Spear of Destiny – the one item with sufficient power to destroy the Emerald Tablet – before those who stole it can unlock its power and use it eradicate all life on the planet. It’s a quest that will lead Caleb and his team through history, even viewing events beyond the Earth, where ancient enemies started a war that has yet to end.

THE CYDONIA OBJECTIVE is available from Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

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“David Sakmyster combines expertly researched historical mysteries with compelling modern characters, intriguing plot twists, and breathless pacing. His archeologist heroes seek not just legendary secrets, but the secrets within themselves.” — William Dietrich, author of The Dakota Cipher and Blood of the Reich.

“…Indiana Jones meets the X-Files — an archaeologist adventurer with psychic powers of remote viewing who can see the past, ancient treasures, historical mysteries, action and adventure that crosses the world, and a damned good story.” — Kevin J. Anderson, #1 international bestselling author of The Edge of the World.

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David Sakmyster is an award-winning author and screenwriter who dwells in and occasionally ventures from upstate NY. His published stories and novels cross a range of genres and include: the horrifying Crescent Lake, the historical epic, Silver and Gold, and The Morpheus Initiative – a series about psychic archaeologists (including The Pharos Objective, The Mongol Objective and The Cydonia Objective). He’s co-writing a thrilling series about Near Death Experiences called The Lazarus Initiative, and coming this fall is a smart supernatural thriller entitled, Blindspots. His screenplay, Nightwatchers, has been optioned, and he’s currently writing another screenplay to begin filming in early 2013.

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