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The Third Gate: A Novel

4 Ratings: 4.0
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“Lincoln Child’s novels are thrilling and tantalizing.”    —Vince Flynn    "Bestseller Child (Terminal Freeze) more than succeeds in making a mummy's curse terrifying in this superb supernatural … see full wiki

5 reviews about The Third Gate: A Novel
review by . December 28, 2012
The idea of the "paranormal" or the "woo-woo" element is strikingly popular these days. If such books bother you, or you find them offensive, The Third Gate by Lincoln Child is not for you. The paranormal as well as the idea of near death experiences play a major role in this novel.    Professor Jeremy Logan bills himself as an "Enigmologist" and is quite successful at it in addition to being a professor of Medieval History at Yale. What really drives him is explaining the unexplainable---whethe …
review by . December 28, 2012
The idea of the "paranormal" or the "woo-woo" element is strikingly popular these days. If such books bother you, or you find them offensive, The Third Gate by Lincoln Child is not for you. The paranormal as well as the idea of near death experiences play a major role in this novel.    Professor Jeremy Logan bills himself as an "Enigmologist" and is quite successful at it in addition to being a professor of Medieval History at Yale. What really drives him is explaining the unexplainable---whethe …
review by . June 22, 2012
An exciting page-turner with a bit of a limp.
If you are a fan of stories about Egyptology, mummy's tombs or curses, you will definitely enjoy The Third Gate by Lincoln Child. Even if you aren't a fan of those things (and I am not really), it is still an exciting, fast-paced mystery/adventure that I think almost everyone could enjoy.      I am very sensitive to supernatural elements and am not a fan of the horror genre, and this book leaned that way from time to time; however, the strong writing and exotic location …
review by . June 17, 2012
So what do you get when you take a rich archeologist and plenty of technology, and mix it with a search for an Egyptian tomb complete with an ancient curse? You get Lincoln Child with his novel The Third Gate. You also get a novel that has plenty of tense moments, paranormal activity, and a sense of wonder when it comes to imagining things not yet discovered or still buried after thousands of years. This was not a novel that I found easy to put down...      The main twist that …
review by . May 16, 2012
Novelists have had a field day with books about Egyptian tomb curses, ever since the uncovering of King Tut's tomb in the 1920s. Some of these books have been good, and some not so good. There have also been a plethora of mummy movies scaring (or not) the daylights out of viewers. This well written book is the latest entry into the mummy curse field.      The main action takes place in a desolate and dangerous place on the upper Nile called the Sudd, where an archeological …
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