The Mars Key is an action packed Sci-fi thriller that mirrors the real-life Mars One mission to colonize the Red Planet within the next few years. It's a mind boggling blend of The Martian, Raiders of the Lost Ark and 2001, a Space Odyssey with Surprises, Surprises, Surprises--plus a stunning conclusion that will leave you Spellbound! Check it out, andwatch the Video Trailer!
The horses shot north up the royal highway at breakneck speed. Thousands of Akhetaten’s thrilled citizens lined the road intently watching as the two chariots whizzed past them.
It was an exhilarating spectacle—two of Egypt’s finest charioteers, Ay and Ramose, competing feverishly for both pride and a solid gold victory cup to the winner.
The race had begun at Akhetaten’s southern suburb of Maru-Aten. The frenzied pace at which the charioteers were traveling had them within two furlongs of the city’s central temple and palace complex and they were fast closing in on the most treacherous part of the course. The road at this point was curved inward, arcing to the left, which meant the chariots had to reduce their speed or risk the likely consequence of crashing into an adjacent building.
Wow! A thrilling roller coaster ride with a surprise at every turn! The story’s ending completely got me! More please!
- Andrew Shelby
God and Kings is an exciting romp through the previously undiscovered country of the ancient Egyptian psyche. Hats off to Richard Allan Wagner for delivering a tale that still has me clinging to the walls trying to regain my equilibrium and catch my breath.
- Cassandra McFadden
At last, a story that fills in the blanks and connects all the dots about the mysterious life of the pharaoh Akhenaten. Now I feel like I really know the man. Ditto for Tutankhamun and the whole cast of fascinating characters.
- David Karski
Wagner’s God and Kings is a fast paced mind blowing story that winds up bridging the gap between the beliefs of the ancient Egyptians and the modern Judeo-Christian tradition. Hold on to your seats for an exhilarating adventure. The ending will astound you!
- Mark Bauer
A brilliant study of the broad spectrum of human behavior!
- Sheryl Bernstein