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Ben Mezrich ñ 0 characters free read È PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ñ Ben Mezrich Seven Wonders review É PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook To his estranged brother Jack to find out why His search leads him on a far flung journey from Brazil India Peru and beyond as he unravels the mystery that links the Seven Wonders of the World and discovers that Jeremy may have hit upon something that’s been concealed for centurie. Imagine this your genius mathematician twin brother has just died a brutal death He was murdered in cold blood after he made a mathematical discovery about the seven ancient wonders of the world and stumbled across the secret to unimaginable treasures His murderers well you have no idea who they are You ll most definitely go and seek revenge right Here s the thing you haven t seen or talked to him in who knows how long it could even be years Knowing that would you still search for answers Jack Grady did The main protagonist for the book Seven Wonders by Ben Mezrich the Indiana Jones like anthropologist undergoes a life changing journey that is filled with action adventure and mythology that gives detail than many movies of the same genre What are your strengthsI never really get hurt often I m smart and I know the way humans function and think because I m an anthropologist Because of this I gain an advantage over most of my opponents and get out of many hairy situations Once I find out something even just a sliver of information I will relentlessly try and figure out the answer I am also an archaeologist so I know my way around many places around the world because I have been to those places many times in my lifetime You will never encounter me slouching around especially now that my adventure has to do with my brother s death and the Seven Wonders of both the ancient and modern world What are your weaknesses Weaknesses are never really an issue for me although there are definitely a few flaws that I posses Starting off I never really knew my brother and I was usually a loner Knowing this one can infer that I don t work well on a team particularly in intense and suspenseful situations I had said one of my strengths was relentlessly working to discover answers which I am but that sometimes is one of my greatest flaws Because of that trait I sometimes try way too hard on things This leads to me getting way too deep into things that I could not handle almost getting me killed on multiple occasionsWhat started your journey I didn t know at the time but my brother and I separately stumbled onto clues that could unravel secrets about the seven wonders of the world We had no idea that the other found what they had found which was a deadly coincidence We also had no idea that these secrets were supposed to be kept secret and uncovering them could mean death for us Unfortunately it did and I was the lucky one Jeremy Grady my twin and a genius at MIT was murdered and I wanted to find out why while also finding out what we had both discoveredWhy do you act the way you do I feel like I am a normal human being with normal ideas habits and tendencies but many might disagree with me I act the way I do because of my professions I have encountered many different landscapes and memorized them as an archaeologist so I can move far ahead of the pack because I already know what to do where to do it and why Also I have been a very hard worker since childhood which is where I started to memorize the many things that surrounded me This memorization includes my work and environment that envelops meWhat is your relationship with your companioncompanions Usually I m a lone wolf I try my hardest to do be the best but also do it by myself This tactic has worked throughout my entire life so far so well that I had distanced myself from my family and especially my brother On my campaign though I uickly realized that it wouldn t work so I teamed up with Dr Sloane Costa a fellow scientist and found many secrets while traveling from Brazil to Peru most of Europe and even India Our relationship was not that great starting out but we found many times where we saw a piece of ourselves in the other From then on our relationship grew and we turned out to be a great teamWhat do you want that you are working towardsI wanted to find out many things during this span of time For example I really wanted to find out who had killed my brother Would any rational person kill for the sake of a secret but before even that could be answered I needed to know Are they even human Although I already know why he was killed I wanted to physically see the reason he was killed The treasure that was at the bottom of this complex labyrinth of dead ends or if there was even a treasure at all All in all I wanted to find out the secret or secrets that the seven wonders of the world held This was no easy task because of course there were many roadblocks along the way Whatwho is trying to stop youThroughout this adventure many people and things were in my way For example ancient warriors who are essentially a tall and ripped tribe made up of women are somehow hired by a greedy billionaire There were also many natural roadblocks Traversing the dense rainforests and arid deserts are usually berly a hassle for me but the seven huge wonders of the ancient world are very hard to navigate which gave me disadvantages when I had to fight the s In the end though I prevailed and all my hardships paid off with all my enemies either parishes or giving up and running awayWhat is driving you to not give up There are many factors that are driving me not to give up One is the overall fascination of the topic I m an archaeologist so the fact that I could investigate the Seven Wonders of both the Ancient and modern world truly makes me happy I could see and make discoveries that no one has ever made before and I would be go down in history as an amazing adventurer who found the most important discovery probably ever Most importantly though the thing that kept me going the most was the thought of my brother and his own legacy I didn t want people to look at him as someone who died without a cause so I finished my journey in memory of himHow would you describe yourself Well as an archaeologist and an anthropologist I feel like I m a very smart man I along with my deceased brother found the beginnings of secrets that have been kept for millennia I also after a grueling pilgrimage found the answers to those secrets as well Also not to brag but I am a very strong man I never break a sweat unless in a life or death situation and even in that situation it s minimal I know the way people think and that gives me the upper hand in many occasions even when the aggressor isn t technically human I never give up which is a blessing and a curse but turned out well in the end Although I m not particularly nice I can build up very good relationships with the right conditionsWhat did you do before your journey Like I have said many times before I am a scientist My preferred fields are anthropology and archaeology which I have worked very hard on to master I was studying the ians at Princeton University when I was called to action The studying that I did though helped me plentifully in the end and I m glad that I did Other than that my life was uneventful because I liked being alone I didn t have many relationships and I was just focusing on me at the time

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Ben Mezrich ñ 0 characters free read È PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ñ Ben Mezrich Seven Wonders review É PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook S With the help of scientist Sloane Costa they discover a conspiracy to hide a roadmap to the Garden of Eden and the truth behind a mythological ancient cultureWith a heart pounding pace and panoramic backdrops Seven Wonders is an electrifying read and will be the first in a trilogy. This book promised so much but failed to deliver in so many ways It was gripping in places but there was a severe lack of building tension when certain scenes demanded it The whole journey seemed far too easy to be credible though I did enjoy visiting the locations and found myself Googling to discover By far the biggest let down however was the ending It was as if the author began this book without having one in mind and ended up with something that I found totally unsatisfactory I had several better endings in mind before even reaching the final chapter It could not have been any empty and disappointing had the author scrapped the conclusion the whole reason for the adventure and instead gave us a few blank pages A journey such as the one in this book should have some sort of pay off for the characters and for the reader275 stars for the journey and for pushing me to explore the history of everything mentioned in the book

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Ben Mezrich ñ 0 characters free read È PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ñ Ben Mezrich Seven Wonders review É PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Written by the New York Times bestselling author Ben Mezrich Seven Wonders is a globe trotting thriller in the vein of The DaVinci Code rife with historic secrets conspiracies intrigue and a whole lot of adventure When the reclusive mathematician Jeremy Grady goes missing it’s up. I love a good conspiracy thriller especially those featuring secret societies and ancient civilizations However the characters were flat the book was overly descriptive in the wrong areas and I uickly lost interest No one else has mentioned in their comments that I ve seen anyway that there are some odd errors that irritated me In a better book I would have ignored them Examples ice floe not ice flowBorneo is an island of the Malay Archipelago and is not in Africa I m not an anthropologist but I m pretty sure those who are don t use the term Eskimo anySherpas live in the Himalayas not the Andes People living at high altitude may have physiological similarities but they are not Sherpas unless they are part of that distinct ethnic groupThere probably would have been things that bugged me had I read further but I gave up just after they destroyed part of the Taj Mahal without feeling guilty or getting caught


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    EBOOK Seven Wonders Awful book An interesting though cliche concept was totally ruined by horrible executionIssuesDescriptions of characters and scenes that were often jumbled and all over the place Awful punsjokes to end some chapters led to me literall

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    free read È PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ñ Ben Mezrich EBOOK Seven Wonders Ben Mezrich ñ 0 characters I love a good conspiracy thriller especially those featuring secret societies and ancient civilizations However the characters were flat the book was overly descriptive in the wrong areas and I uickly lost interest No one e

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    EBOOK Seven Wonders Imagine this your genius mathematician twin brother has just died a brutal death He was murdered in cold blood after he made a mathematical discovery about the seven ancient wonders of the world and stumbled across the secret to unimaginable treasures His murderers well you have no idea who they are You’ll m

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    read Seven Wonders Ben Mezrich ñ 0 characters EBOOK Seven Wonders This is a decidedly light National Treasure esue thrillah starring adventurous handsome dude Jack Grady who starts connecting some dots between the seven wonders of the ancient world and the all new seven wonders of the world note Machu Piccu was recently and definitively dropped in favor of my girlfriend's ass Jack meets up with a “bookish and beautiful” fellow adventurer botanist Sloane Costa and the two of them start trotting the gl

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    free read È PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ñ Ben Mezrich EBOOK Seven Wonders This book promised so much but failed to deliver in so many ways It was gripping in places but there was a severe lack of building tension when certain scenes demanded it The whole journey seemed far too easy to be credible though I did enjoy visiting the locations and found myself Googling to discover By far the biggest let down however was the ending It was as if the author began this book without having one in mind

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    read Seven Wonders EBOOK Seven Wonders Ben Mezrich ñ 0 characters I was in the mood for a thriller and had recently heard the author talk about this book at the Boston Book Festival so picked it up The premise sounded good archaeological thriller with murder secrets history and the seven wonders ancient and modern And oh yes s those women warriors of mythology Sounds great right? Unfortunately not The writing is so dang bad that after 60 pages I've decided to return it to th

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  • Hardcover
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  • Seven Wonders
  • Ben Mezrich
  • en
  • 11 August 2020
  • 9780762453825