Seventh Journey eBook
Seventh Journey book 1 is an adventure unlike any other. With a unique story line which draws you in immediately, to the complex and rich villians, Seventh Journey captivates and inspires. A love is formed between Jacob Cross and “Tamara” a female warrior from another dimension. Together, they’ll square off against a monster with unfathomable power, hell bent on destroying Jacob’s world.
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What are readers saying?
“Seventh Journey is the story of Jacob Cross, a scientific researcher who is working on a project that is supposed to cure insomnia, among other benign applications. He soon discovers that his research is being used as something else entirely – a way to control large populations of people. Definitely a good read if you are into sci-fi or paranormal.” –Andi Styles
“Seventh Journey is a mind boggling SciFi experience with ‘what is’ and ‘what is to come’ on our planet Earth. Intriguing and suspense-filled. Great storytelling. I recommend it.” —Joyce Johnson, author of Henrietha
“Graham’s novel provides an introspective look at the epic story, with a message verging on new age philosophy. I would classify this book among other spiritual and philosophical writers such as James Redfield and Richard Bach; unlike those writers however, Robert Graham seeks to deliver a modern myth full of action, suspense and romance that should please avid movie goers and contemporary readers alike.” — Christian I.