Friday, May 18, 2012

Like the DaVinci Code? Check out Asgard Park


With the same page-turning excitement of Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code and Neil Gaiman’s American Gods, Simonar takes us on an explosive, international journey.

The paths of three strangers cross in Asgard Park and it becomes a race between two continents to uncover the oldest story on Earth and the best kept secret of all times.

 On a rainy day in late June 1991, Dr. Wallenberg, a Swedish neurologist passes through customs at Kennedy Airport. He has come to take over the Directorship at Asgard Park, an old mental institution in upstate New York. The young academic has no way of knowing that his new position is only a piece of the puzzle in a sinister game. He is about to uncover a misguided conspiracy run from the asylum. His predecessor at the helm, a man obsessed with Intelligent Design, is using vast resources to protect the “chosen children.”
In a broken communist state, a teenage widow witnesses the inexplicable when her hardscrabble life takes a nasty turn.


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