Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Amazon ( The Vril Codex Review

Amazon Review: A phobic Mantra...You may be confused by my review title but don't be, it is a well thought out novel with references to some real and truthful relics. This is Ben Manning's first novel and like all newcomers he has drawn upon his own life experience to put at least part of the story on the page, the rest is a detective story much like Alice through the looking Glass meets the Famous Five. I am not refering to it as a children's story but more as to the solution is brought to light in the number of people trying to solve the problem. If you are a subscriber to the Ancient Aliens story or are a historical fan looking for a bit of sci-fi escape this is the book for you. It is an easy read. The multimedia version gives a lot of distraction for those into gadgets but if you like a story look no further than the page.  (Mr J Andrews)

Monday, 12 September 2011

Vril Codex at London's biggest prestigous Libraries..

The Vril Codex has hit the shelves and is available to the public at the capitals 2 biggest libraries - London's Southwark and Paddington - Westminster central London Libraries...

Tuesday, 6 September 2011

THE VRIL CODEX - Slideshow + music (Most images are included in the enhanced EBOOK)
(right click to open images in new window if you want to stay on this page to hear the music - or click simply for the images)
Some music from the enhanced book - click on the three links which can play as you watch the evocative images........(right click on link to open music in new window)
from Charles Gounod's "Faust" opera - this piece from the 19th century is about the mythical "Thule" land featured in my novel.
Wagner conducted by Sir Henry Wood in 1932.
Beethoven recorded in the very early 20th century.