Once thought of as myth, the legendary sword of King Arthur is now a fiercely pursued reality--the most important artifact in a worldwide chess game for control of mans destiny.
Two rival factions have made their move for domination of the planet. And now former Green Beret Mike Turcotte and his elite team must answer the call of duty. Their dilemma: Which army to align with? Choose wrong and evil holds domination
over whats left of humanity.
Only by tracking down the mythic artifact can Turcotte hope to resolve the crisis. His search will take him to the top of the world, to the summit of Mount Everest. But he has more to fear than bone-chilling cold and the thin air of the Death Zone, for he is not alone in the search for Excalibur.
From the Great Wall of China to a fortress on Easter Island, the players span the globe in this ultimate high-stakes game. Theyll have to decipher complex clues from deceptive sources to find the key that unlocks Excaliburs power --a secret that has been carefully, meticulously hidden for five millennia. But one thing is clear: Excalibur is more than a myth. It may be the key to our survival --a powerful and sophisticated weapon that, if mastered, will determine the fate of humanity.
I had a ball reading this book. It reminds me of a young dog running circles in the yard just because he likes it.
Excalibur is science fiction, alternate history, military thriller, and action/adventure all rolled into one. World-spanning non-stop action is combined with an interesting plot and a good host of characters for a book that is simply fun and entertaining.
This is the second Area 51 book I've read and I plan on reading all the others.
Bear in mind, this is not a serious book. It's just a lot of fun.