An ancient device that tells the future, a mysterious kidnapping, and a plot that will bring Europe to its knees.
What would you do if the person you loved the most vanished?
When the Secret Service show up to escort Sean Wyatt to a private meeting with the president of the United States, Sean has to ask himself that very question.
Sean's girlfriend, the mysterious Adriana Villa, has disappeared while in Italy, searching for the fabled Eye of Zeus, an ancient device that is rumored to have the power to tell the future. Sean and his best friend, Tommy Schultz, team up to retrace Adriana's steps in hopes of finding the relic and tracking down the kidnappers.
Along the way they uncover more than they bargained for as new information comes to light that superwealthy Greek businessman Dimitris Gikas has his sights set on more than just money. If Sean and Tommy can't stop the Grecian, the very foundations of Europe and the rest of the world will fall beneath the evil man's plot.
This story is the first in the continuing saga of Sean Wyatt and friends after their historic discoveries in The Lost Chambers Trilogy.
©2014 Ernest Walter Dempsey III (P)2015 Ernest Walter Dempsey III
63 Retired from the NHS. I love books, eyesight a bit of a problem so audible is a god send.
The book was for me as I've read lots of Ernest Dempsey's book and always enjoyed them. When I saw they were now on audible I thought I would try them. I was deeply disappointed as the narration is the worst I have ever heard.
NO, simply for the bad narration
In every way
I have let Ernest Dempsey Know.
"Good story, horrible performance."
The story was good but the performance by the reader was awful. His tone and cadence nearly drove me to stop listening.
"The Eye of Zeus"
This was one of the better audiobooks out of hundreds that I've listened to over the years.
My favorite character was The President. He was portrayed very differently than I always pictured The President of the United States.
My favorite scene was the scene in the underwater cave.
Searching for the lost Eye of Zeus.
A great Sean Wyatt thriller. This book is full of action, adventure, and suspense and the author does an excellent job of developing the characters. I found it difficult to turn off once I started listening.
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