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The Traveler: An Event Group Thriller | David Golemon
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267,000 BCE. The continent was its own world, untouched by the planet-wide catastrophe that ended the reign of the dinosaurs over sixty-five million years before. A traveler arrives in the jungles of this ancient world who will fight to survive carnivorous creatures in a land never meant for human kind. In another time and in a land far distant, men and women struggle to recover from the loss of so many of their own in a battle. Inside of this Group, Colonel Jack Collins has summoned the best of the best from the most secretive organization in the United States government, The Event Group, to help him in his quest. The new mission is to recover one of their own: to bring home a lost soldier from a world that existed in the distant past. To accomplish the impossible, Department 5656, the Event Group, will have to travel to a place and time far removed from their own world - almost 300,000 years in the past. The trail to find the technology to accomplish time travel will be ripe with treachery and murder as the Group fights to bring home their friend, Captain Carl Everett, a man that was lost in a battle to save the world. This will be a fight that if lost, will change the very history of the planet and thus our present.
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Missed a few books between this one and the last Event Group Thriller but not to worry...you can pick up any of them and get right into the action. TIME TRAVEL! NAZI‘s! Weird RAPTOR-BIRDS! Go read it! 👍🏽📚📚📚📚

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I'm off on holiday for a week from Monday and need some good book recommendations 💕📚📓

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Hello Litsy Friends! 🙋🏻 It‘s been a few weeks since I logged on and it seems I missed many exciting reviews and updates. 🤷🏻‍♀️ I‘ve been occupied and haven‘t actually read any books since August 🤦🏻‍♀️ but I noticed one of my auto-buy authors had a new one so I snatched it up along with Dan Brown‘s new novel. 💁🏻 I‘m nearly done with this one so look for a review soon (hopefully) 🙃

Megabooks Welcome back!! 2y
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I want to visit The Traveler Restaurant in Union, Connecticut. They give you a free book with your food. And there is a bookstore downstairs!

Suzze Sounds like perfection! 3y
Graciouswarriorprincess @Suzze Doesn't it? 😃. On my literary bucket list! 3y
DeborahSmall I would base a holiday around this fact !! Heaven. Food and books 3y
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Jess_Read_This Road trip!!! 3y
LeahBergen Ooo! 3y
LauraBrook Omg, adding this to my road trip to Maine from the Midwest!!!! 3y
melrailey Just added this to my travel list. 3y
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All packed and ready to go for the weekend. I wish this trip was for fun, but unfortunately it's for a memorial service for my uncle, so it's probably going to be emotional. But, I have my Kindle to keep me company in the hotel room, so that something. I'm sure going to miss my hubs and my dogs, though. 😕

Gayan I'm sorry for your loss. 3y
Hollie Safe travels 💜 3y
rohit-sawant So sorry to hear. 3y
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FictionFox 💐 3y
Mommamanzi So sorry for your loss. 3y
DGRachel I'm sorry for your loss. Safe travels! 3y
DenaM.Battistone ❤️️ 3y
GabrielleDubois The time spent thinking of a person we loved, is not easy, but finally, remembering the good things this person did or even one word she told us that was good for us, isn't a time lost. And above this, sometimes a time of silence that we don't manage to have during our days always too short, allows us to think about us. Best thoughts, Gabrielle. 3y
daena Hugs to you. 3y
tpixie Hugs 🤗 love your kindle cover. Sorry for your loss. 3y
tpixie @GabrielleDubois how lovely! Well said! ❤️💕❤️ 3y
IamIamIam My condolonces to you and yours. Safe travels! 3y
Cinfhen Safe travels 3y
CouronneDhiver 💔🙏🏾 3y
Nat_Reads Thinking of you and your family! I hope you have a safe trip! 3y
Jas16 So sorry for your loss 3y
CocoReads I'm sorry for your loss. Safe travels. 3y
Graciouswarriorprincess So sorry for your loss. Hugs! 3y
Dragon Sorry for your loss. 3y
AJBowers Sorry love :( 3y
wordslinger42 I'm so sorry for your loss ❤ 3y
[DELETED] 206653737 Sorry for your loss. Safe travels 3y
Redjewel_7734 So sorry for your loss 3y
kylienoele Sending hugs your way💘 3y
GypsyKat @Mommamanzi @DGRachel @DenaM.Battistone @GabrielleDubois @daena @tpixie @IamIamIam @Cinfhen @CouronneDhiver @Nat_Reads @Jas16 @CocoReads @Graciouswarriorprincess @Dragon @AJBowers @wordslinger42 @bookish22 @Redjewel_7734 @kylienoele You all brought tears to my eyes. Thank you all, so much! I swear, Litsy is the kindest, most supportive online community I have ever been a part of. I love you guys! 💗💗💗 3y
JessClark78 I'm so sorry for your loss. 🌹 3y
LeahBergen Hugs! 💗💗 3y
CherylDeFranceschi So sorry for your loss! 3y
GypsyKat @JessClark78 @LeahBergen @CherylDeFranceschi Thank you all, it really means a lot. 💗💗💗 3y
cobwebmoth *hugs* 3y
GypsyKat @cobwebmoth Thank you 💗 3y
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In may Ryan and I will be #traveling to Marco island for my best friends wedding and I honestly can't wait to just be at the beach. Please send book recommendations at that time!!!! #marchmadness #day30

susanw Nice! (edited) 3y
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Please and thank you! 😊

Seshat The Hare With Amber Eyes. It is nonfiction, though. 3y
Seshat The World Of Yesterday by Stefan Zweig 3y
bookdrunkard78 The Miniaturist has been on my TBR forever and takes place in Amsterdam 3y
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Bookish_B @Seshat Nonfiction is ok. I'll check them both out. Thank you! 3y
Seshat Ooooh! The Coffee Trader by Davis Lisa for Amsterdam. 3y
Bookish_B @bookdrunkard78 I have read that one 😊 I was hoping for more like that 👍🏼 3y
janeycanuck No book recommendations but I had the best eggs Benedict of my life at a tiny little restaurant in Amsterdam called Gartine. Reservation highly recommended. And if you're a foodie, look up Hungry Birds food tours. We loved ours. (edited) 3y
janeycanuck Oh, and if you're able to rent a car, consider adding Melk Abbey and the town of Durnstein to your itinerary. The abbey has the most amazing library and Durnstein is rumoured to be the inspiration for the Grimm brothers' "kingdom far far away" 3y
Bookish_B @Seshat The Coffee Trader looks great. I've added all three suggestions to my TBR list. Thank you! 3y
Bookish_B @janeycanuck thank you so much! I am making note of all the suggestions and will investigate further. If you think of anything else I am all ears (or eyes!) 3y
janeycanuck @Bookish_B if you really want to bore yourself, I blog my travels at janeycanuck.com - there's a "travels" page with links to the posts. 3y
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