Reader Reviews of the Third Eye Trilogy
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Note:  Background image is an ancient Tibetan painting depicting natural healing sub-theme of the Third Eye Trilogy.
          Images are similar to the Voynich Manuscript at Yale University - Google it.
Book Review Snippets (see Amazon for full reviews)
Joanne: Ireland
Through the Third Eye is a fast-paced, action packed but also a very intelligent story. I enjoyed the characters of Clay and Shali. I thought that the book was very well-written and well-researched. I think it would make an excellent movie and I could definitely imagine it on the big screen. I didn’t want the book to end, which is always a sign of a good story.

Dr. Roger N: Princeton, NJ, USA
Powerfully engaging.  Took a look to see what it was about, and got hooked by the story. Recommend it to people who want a fast-moving gripper with a very unusual structural core.

Anjalee: UK
If you enjoyed the pace of ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’ and the unfolding mystery in ‘The Da Vinci Code’, this is one not to miss.

Tana, Canada
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.

Linda: USA
This was a compelling book with an original concept. I was intrigued and captivated from the first page.  I highly recommend this book and if you liked the Da Vinci Code, then you will love Through the Third Eye.

Magellan: Queensland, Australia
The research was exemplary and the majority of the characters depicted as though one could consider them intimate friends. This was indeed another 'couldn't put downer' which kept me awake until the wee small hours.

Belinda: South Africa

Thoroughly enjoyed the book could not put it down.

Leslie: Colorado, USA
A very interesting mix of sci-fi and spiritual lessons. I learned some new things, and was reminded of other lessons I knew but needed to be reminded of their importance.

Mohana: Doha, Qatar
Here's the thing: what if the western world's religious figures were all intertwined? What if the Judea-Christian worldview was the result of a few souls being reincarnated over and over for centuries? That's the premise of this excellently researched story about two new age scientists who interview people trying to find the secrets to unfathomable treasure and knowledge.
... the stories that the characters bring to life will keep you swiping pages for the next big discovery.
... learned new things about Islam as well as the ancient Greeks.
Is it the right book for me?
A fictional work built on concept of reincarnation and hypno-therapeutic regressions, readily appeals to open-minded thinkers and those of Eastern philosophies. If you do not believe in reincarnation, then simply read the Trilogy as you would an enjoyable piece of science fiction: time-travel, zombies, vampires or Harry Potter. Either way, it is fiction, so please lean back, sip on a cup of tea and enjoy the adventure.

Background on the Third Eye Trilogy:
Nearly six years of research went into the Third Eye Trilogy, gathering details on historical figures. These details were interconnected between prominent people across thousands of years of documented history.
Extensive research was also conducted on hypnotic regression techniques used by psychologists, psychiatrists and therapists. The  techniques and protocols used by Clay and Shali are accurate, precise and consistent with contemporary psychology practices.
One therapist commented, "this is exactly what I see in my sessions."
"Entertaining, yet provocative to challenge the reader"