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Description: In this fast-moving mystery/thriller, Clay Barton and Shali Faisal seek ancient documents hidden since the beginning of recorded time--documents that could forever change the course of human history. By using secret CIA parapsychology techniques for reincarnation based past life regression, they finally locate this treasure trove of ancient knowledge. But thiDescription:In this fast-moving mystery/thriller, Clay Barton and Shali Faisal seek ancient documents hidden since the beginning of recorded time--documents that could forever change the course of human history. By using secret CIA parapsychology techniques for reincarnation based past life regression, they finally locate this treasure trove of ancient knowledge. But this is not before a harrowing journey that takes them around the world. Now is the time to reveal the secrets, but a dangerous and unknown force is trying to stop their efforts. This thought-provoking and suspenseful reincarnation thriller may make you think about the world and events in a new and perhaps disturbing way. Book 2 of the Trilogy, The Eye's Revelation, is available on Amazon as an ebook or paperback.Why Buy This Book:5 Star Reviews on 5 ContinentsThought provoking as well as action packed readingUnique in merging multiple genres; mystery, thriller, suspense, literary, historical and religiousSubmitted by publisher for the 2012 Pulitzer Prize; pending final decisionSubmitted by publisher in multiple categories of the 2012 Independent Publisher Book AwardsIs it Right for Me?A mystery/ thriller built on the principles of reincarnation and hypnotherapeutic regressions appeal to those of most Eastern philosophies because of their view toward those concepts. If you question or do not believe in the possibility of reincarnation, then simply read the Trilogy as an enjoyable book of science fiction, time-travel, zombies or Harry Potter. Either way, it is fiction, so please sit back, sip on a cup of tea and enjoy the adventure..Readers Compare Through the Third Eye to:Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code & Angels and DemonsThe Indiana Jones adventure series The Torah Codes and the Bible CodesBackground on the Third Eye Trilogy:Nearly six years of research went into Book 1 of Third Eye Trilogy. Much of that was garnering details on the historical characters portrayed through the possibility of reincarnation. The author scoured documented historical details to make interconnections between historical figures across thousands of years. He also conducted extensive research on hypnotic regression techniques used by psychologists, psychiatrists and therapist in their practices. This laid a foundation for the techniques used by Clay and Shali to find their secrets. The author personally visited many of the geographical settings portrayed in the story to ensure a high degree of accuracy for the reader's benefit.. Please get your copy today. ...

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ISBN : 12403465
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Number of Pages : 316 Pages
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  • Books-treasureortrash
    2019-03-20 01:37

    Book Review: 3 Treasure boxesA new talent has been discovered, how to find famous historical souls who are incarnated today and regress them to discover their secrets. Part of the process is to stimulate the third eye to aid in obtaining information. But someone does not want this hidden knowledge to be revealed and will stop at nothing to keep the world in ignorance.Through the Third Eye is the first book published by Lynn Boston, it is also the first book in the Third Eye Trilogy and it is a thriller. The story is told in a third person narrative primarily from the point of view of the two main characters: Shali and Clay.This was a compelling book with an original concept. I was intrigued and captivated from the first page. I really liked how Mr. Boston reflected the historical souls. He relived the lives of people such as: Abraham and Mohammad, just to mention a few, showing what their lives were really like, opposed to what history said they were like. Of course this is all fiction, but still fascinating, using plenty of imagination. The regression process has been well thought out and is well explained in the book.There was plenty of action and a number of shocking scenes, but the story did not really come to any kind of conclusion at the end of the book. I am anxiously waiting for the next book in the series to see where the story is going and what is going to happen next. I highly recommend this book and if you liked the Da Vinci Code, then you will love Through the Third Eye.My favourite quote from the book: "The objective of the session is hypnosis and regression of the subject to previous lives. This will be followed by attempted transition to the life between lives realm for interaction with the soul."Question to Ponder: Do we reincarnate after death, do we go onto a different dimension or do we just turn into dust?For more of my reviews go to: http://books-treasureortrash.com

  • Maureen
    2019-02-27 03:41

    I must say at the outset that I have never read a better researched book.That’s in my life folks. I’ve read quite a few dusty old tomes and the like and this book not only introduced new texts that I plan on picking up very soon, it used the knowledge from those books to interlace a plot with paths towards the ending the author had in sight from the beginning.The premise of this book is to interview souls and soul-guides through past-life regression sessions with the subjects that the protagonists seek out specifically through a database based on clues from other regression interviews. They are looking for secret documents that are thought to have been destroyed in the many wars in the past two thousand years. It is an interesting concept to watch unfold, the book heavy in dialogue of the two main characters. I found myself learning while I was reading and for this I thank the author since this is the happiest gift someone could give anyone.Whether or not you believe in reincarnation or religious texts, this book transcends such systems of dogma and brings to light ideas while delivering yet more titles to search through at your leisure.Very well done and I am highly impressed with the level of research Mr. Boston had to sort through to even outline this novel.

  • Tana
    2019-03-16 21:52

    Through the Third Eye by Lynn BostonThis is the first book in the Third Eye Trilogy; I would say this would be classified as Mystery/thriller/Suspense. The story is told in the third person but the main points of view are by the two main characters Shali and Clay. The writing is good, I typically don’t read too many books in this genre as the historical part is not one of my favourites, but it sure did open my eyes to new possibilities.There is a lot going on in this book, past life regression, treasure hunters, mystery, suspense and the historical part of the book ends up fascinating to me. Even though you know this book is fiction the amount of work the author had to research for this book is amazing. Not to write any spoilers I would say briefly this is a book about two people searching for ancient documents and using any means they can to find them. As Treasure Hunters Clay believes this is The Big One....but they are people out there who do not want these ancient documents found, as it could change the world.The book is interesting and a new concept to me I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a well thought out suspense/thriller /mystery novel. If you were a fan of books like the Da Vinci Code this book is right up your alley.

  • Bob Frank
    2019-03-01 01:58

    Gotta read book.

  • Jenn Czep
    2019-03-16 21:07

    Must have book two!

  • Home. Love. Books.
    2019-03-17 02:38

    To see this review and more like it please check out my site www.ufreviews.com I've been interested in this book and books like it because I have always been interested in the way the human mind works. I mean seriously the things people can come up with in their brains or actions people take part in always boggle the mind when you break it down to the psychology. Even with my fascination with psychology I know very little about the idea of past life regression, and I find the idea intriguing and really an interesting twist to write a story about. I think one of the main things I appreciated about the book was that I learned a lot about things just throughout the course of reading the book. I think the author spent a lot of time with research, or worked in some kind of field similar to the subject matter in the book in order to be able to so eloquently "talk" to the reader in a way that was both easy to understand as well as easy to pick up and learn. I think the premise of the book over all is a fairly interesting one, I mean they are looking for specific documents and the way they go about looking for them is through sessions about people's past lives. It's not a common theme in books, so you have to give the author a lot of props for the originality alone. If you think about all the books you have read where people are looking for an object or for something in general it reads more like a cop novel, and to me this did not have this feel. I also want to mention the skill in the writing itself. I find books with a lot of dialogue in it often doesn't give the reader enough information. There is something to be said for being able to read a book that is primarily coming from within a character's head, it not only gives you insight into the character but as well as the surroundings. Of course dialogue is always important, especially in progressing the plot, but when it's too dialogue heavy sometimes as a reader you don't feel like you are getting enough information. This is certainly not the case with this book, and I appreciate the skill level that took on the authors part. Although I was not entirely sure what to expect when I started this book it was really a quality book. I was impressed by not only the level of knowledge and research, but also in the skill of the writing. Another thing that impressed me is how I could easily see how this book would appeal to people who like all different kinds of genres. I could see a person who enjoyed thrillers, sci-fi, fantasy, crime books, and a lot of others kinds enjoying this book. So basically if you are someone who visits my site regularly I think this book would be appealing to you based on that fact alone.

  • Aisley
    2019-02-27 20:07

    First a confession: I don't believe in "third eyes", never had, never will. With that being said. this book is worth it from beginning to end. Mr. Frank posses an ability that not every writer has. That rare ability with words where he doesn't need that many to convey his ideas. He's even capable of making you see the places he describes if you just close your eyes for a second. A very satisfying book, with attention to details, and in depth research on the people and characters in it.

  • Sreedhar Saraswathi
    2019-03-07 03:55

    Really interesting if you believe in Previous lives.

  • L.E.Olteano
    2019-03-04 03:37

    Originally posted on Jan 13 2013 at Butterfly-o-Meter BooksFluttering Thoughts:World Building: This is one of those fiction-spin on historical events/personalities that you'd be tempted to call historical fiction, but it presents more as historical reveal.Characters: Though I found the concept of them interesting, I can't say I really got emotionally involved with any of them. Perhaps it was the heavy emphasis on larger then a person events that distracted me, but as you know for me the thing that will make me love something is character. Here though Shali and Clay had potential, for me they just didn't come out of the page.Plot: The historical spin was interesting, the ideas and theories the book advances were intellectually titillating, but for me these sort of stories work better as a documentary, and with that presentation of say 45 minutes of facts. I'm a fan of documentaries, but this story just didn't engage me all the way, I'm afraid.Writing: Solid third person narrative. Considering the story, the tone of the narrative is very adequate - this is not a 'playful' book. Keep in mind though, I'm a very big fan of narratives that have a solid sense of humor. That's why I enjoy first person the most, and also go with third person as long as it's a character's POV.Curb Appeal: The cover and blurb present the book very well, in my opinion. So I believe it will appeal to those that like this genre immediately; I'm not exactly one of them, though. So based on the vibe of the cover and blurb, this wouldn't be an impulse buy. If it'd catch me in one of my very rare 'food for thought' reading moods, I might, but those are rare and going rarer for some reason - nowadays I want food for entertainment. :) So, all in all this is a good book, but I feel it's addressed to a specific niche. If you're in it, you'll love it, if you're not, you might be better off looking for something else to read. I'm labeling it as adult because of the nature of the story and the themes it contains, but there's nothing 'mature', it could be of interest to younger audiences.I'm not saying it's like that exactly, but to give you an idea of what I'd compare it to, this is somewhat similar to Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code: historical facts with an interesting spin and some mystery adventure revolving around it. If you think you'd be into that, give it a shot.

  • Victor Smith
    2019-02-28 21:47

    Lynn Boston's Through the Third Eye is a well-paced and well-researched example of good visionary fiction. It centers on discovering the secrets of human history through the use of past life regression, the use of which is credible. Lynn's pairing of current life personality with past life counterparts is particularly creative, although I wonder about a few of them being so many well-known folks in successive lives. That said, this is only the first book in a trilogy, so I guess I'll just have to read further to reach the final denouement. Recommended for those who don't mind being teased to think differently about the history they were taught "in school."