Book Reviews of The Visitant

The Visitant
ISBN-13: 9780312865313
ISBN-10: 0312865317
Publication Date: 8/1/1999
Pages: 164
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 12 ratings
Publisher: Forge
Book Type: Hardcover
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Helpful Score: 3
This first book in the series sets the reader up to experience the magic of the ancients. The authors being archaeologists adds just that much more realizm to the reading of these books.
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An excellent book! I really enjoyed reading it! It had me enthralled until the end. Can't wait to read the rest of them.
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This is an excellent book that goes along with the Gear's other series. I've read all of them that I know of. This seems to be archeologically correct, and the supposition of what happened to the "Anazai" makes a lot of sense. Kokopelli is the trader who goes everywhere - even into South America. I loved the story.
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What a great read, I just finished the 3 in this series and I have to say, they were all three a really great read. If you like native american history, archeology, and suspense tied into one then I would recommend reading this whole series. I couldn't put them down. Highly Recommended!
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A mystical, and often frightning study of theAnsszi in what isnow New Mexico...Thiscraftyweaving of past andpresent, a wonderful journey of learning and adventure.
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Very intersting book if you are into Indian history and good fiction.
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Book on in the series.
This book is a murder mystery taking place on two timelines. The Anasazi period where the murders (a mystery in themselves as to why not just who) take place and the present. The present day is archelogical. The dig, being on Indian land, has to have an Indian agent present to keep with regulations. The agent is an old medicine woman who brings the dig to life (ghostly). Very cool.

2. The Summoning God
3. Bone Walker
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A novel of terrifying power about madness and murder 800 years ago at the dawn of the Age of the Katsinas.
A scant moment ahead in geologic time, Dr. Maureen Cole finds herself excavating a mass grave in NM filled with the brutalized bodies of women and children.
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Loved this book! Great mystery.
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"The Gears have done it again. A mystical, and often frightening study of the Anasazi in what is now New Mexico...This crafty weaving of past and present, a wonderful journey of learning and adventure."From the Romantic Times.

This quote is right on. However it doesn't let you know the feeling of following a story told over the ages. I like books that take me to places and tells of people I haven't been fortunate enough to know meet. However, there are some of the spirits in this book I wouldn't want to know on a bright daylight day. It makes a great read.
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I would highly recomend these books to anyone. Each book gets better. I only wish that there were more than 3 in the series.
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The first in a series, about early american Indians and present day archaeologists and how their lives twist together. Hard to put down. I loved the series.
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Great reading. I was drawn right into each scene.
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Ancient and present day murder/mystery... Great book!!
Book #1 in a series of 3.
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compelling but graphic. i like the history of the culture however the violence leads me to believe that as a species perhaps we are evolving. at any rate I hope so
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Series featuring a seemlessly intergrated blend of ancient history and intriguing mystery that could only come from the international and USA Today bestselling aurthors
















































































































































Searies featuring a seanlessly intergrated blrnd of ancient history and intriguing mystery that ciuld only come from the international and USA Today bestselling aurthors of The First North American Series.
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new and unread, I got 2 copies by mistake