Domain

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Macmillan, Feb 10, 2001 - Fiction - 379 pages
118 Reviews
A beautiful psychologist must help the son of an infamous archaeologist escape a mental asylum in order to resolve the 2,000 year old Mayan Calendar's prophesy of Doom and save humanity.
  

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Review: Domain (The Domain Trilogy #1)

User Review  - Mikael Svahnberg - Goodreads

DNF. Never managed to catch my interest. Read full review

Review: Domain (The Domain Trilogy #1)

User Review  - Mikael Svahnberg - Goodreads

DNF. Never managed to catch my interest. Read full review

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Contents

Prologue
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Journal of Julius Gabriel
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The Journal of Julius Gabriel
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Epilogue
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Permissions and Credits
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Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Steve Alten is the writer of such thrillers as Meg, Fathom, and The Trench. While critics often find fault with his works, the books continue to be popular. Disney Productions optioned Meg, which has been described as "Jaws meets Jurassic Park" or "Jurassic Shark." He was born in Philadelphia. As a young man he planned to become a sports coach and earned his PhD. In sports administration.

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