King Solomon may have built a mighty Temple, but he could never do so without his Seal. With it, he could command demons to do his bidding. The King is long dead, but what happened to his Seal? An inquiring and utterly unscrupulous alchemist wants to know. If he gets the Seal, he could do a lot of things. He could become a king, an emperor and perhaps even save himself from a fate worse than death. To get the Seal, he gets a helper. His name is Alex Khyan his adventures were related in the 'Tales of The Van Senmut College', in 'Spear of Seth' and 'The Last Secret Of Nikola Tesla'.
"If readers have ever wondered what happened before Alex went to seek the Spear of Seth," Daniel stated, "and how he got his adventure-avoiding attitude, they will find out by reading 'Homunculus And The Seal Of Solomon'".
In 'Spear of Seth', college sophomore Alex Khyan experienced a summer session unlike one any other college student has ever known. Entering the Egyptian underworld to seek the Spear of Seth, a legendary cure for a mystical poison that nearly claimed the life of his friend and mentor, Alex and his friends fought monsters, demons, and not-so-benevolent gods. They pulled it off, but, after his summer of Indiana Jones-like adventures, Alex hoped never again to do anything more exciting than accidentally blowing something up in his chemistry lab. But Fate was not done with Alex yet.
In 'The Last Secret of Nikola Tesla', a devastating tragedy in Alex's personal life pulls him back into the whirlwind of international intrigue, strange creatures that pre-date pyramids, and religious missions whose converts are not quite what they seem. And so Alex and friends ride again in the stand-alone sequel to ‘Spear of Seth’, from New York to Alexandria, from Florida to the White Desert and back again, following a trail that links a legendary civilization to the work of that mysterious genius, Nikola Tesla.
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About René Daniel:
In his other life, René Daniel is a physician and a researcher in the fields of gene therapy, HIV and aging. Writing is his great love. He refers to his genre as FALENTURE - a mix of fantasy, legends and adventure.
Unlike a classical fantasy, FALENTURE builds on and sticks close to epic legends of human history, and asks a question: what if they are/were real? Is there really an Egypt Underworld? Was there really a Lost City of Z? What if the mysterious late inventions of Nikola Tesla worked? A FALENTURE could be compared to a combination of ‘Lord Of The Rings’, ‘The DaVinci Code’ and ‘Indiana Jones’.