New book titled: Pharaohs of the Sky by: Author Robert L. Ballantyne

Robert L. Ballantyne Intertwines a Modern Day Story with Extraterrestrial Life in Pharaohs of the Sky Originally believing the Great Pyramids of Egypt were in fact power generating facilities, hooked the author to continue his quest for knowledge.
Pacific Book Review
Pacific Book Review
LOS ANGELES - April 25, 2016 - PRLog -- Appropriately recently published by iUniverse, a science fiction/suspense genre of writing brings a contemporary baseball fan into the realm of ancient aliens and unexplained power generating properties from the days of the Egyptian Pharaohs.

"I think it's a bit naïve to look up at the stars and presume we are the only intelligent life out there," quoted Robert L. Ballantyne, author of the book Pharaohs of the Sky during a recent interview with Pacific Book Review.  "I think the universe is smaller than it looks, in that everything is connected."

Ballantyne takes the discrepancies of historical evidence which cannot be easily explained, and wrote a story about a young protagonist after he's hit in the head at a baseball game.

In his book, the author's most valuable talent lies in the way information and adventure intertwine, educating the reader but never giving him a chance to be bored. The mystery unfolds slowly, complex in its locations and characters, teasing the reader with information.

For a complete review of the book along with supporting information, please visit

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Rob Ballantyne lives with his family in Innisfil, Ontario. Pharaohs of the Sky is his first novel. Born in Stratford, Ontario in 1974, I studied English and Film with a minor in history at the University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, from 1995-1999. From there, I left for a year in South Korea to teach ESL, then returned to enter teachers' college, again at Western. I teach English and history. Tonia (my wife) and I have two young children: Charlotte and Henry.

Title: Pharaohs of the Sky
Author: Robert L. Ballantyne
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 9781491765272
Pages: 288
Genre: Science Fiction/Suspense

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