David Korban, a young aspiring archaeologist working on his PhD, and a skilled mountain climber, accompanies his father and an international team of scientists to Mount Ararat in Turkey. Their objective: to remove the Ark of Noah and bring it back to the United States. But the mountain has other ideas--it threatens to take the Ark away, after dangling it like a carrot before the world. And, it gives David a gift--a gift that holds the power to change the world. It even bestows love upon the young archeologist. Still, sinister forces are determined to sweep the gift away, and to leave David a broken man.This is the inspiring story of hope, love, intrigue and the conquering of evil. It is the story of overcoming mountainous obstacles to achieve happiness.
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John Benjamin Sciarra is the former Curator of the Mystic Aquarium and currently retired from Pfizer Global Research and Development's Comparative Medicine Department as the Zebrafish Expert. He has written another novel, Beachmaster; a novella, The Most Tragic Love Story Ever Told, and a four- part, award-winning, YA series called Shoestrings. He has won several awards for his short stories, published scientific articles, ghostwritten several projects for other authors, been a columnist and produced numerous technical papers in his long career. Sciarra lives in Groton, CT with his wife and rescue dog named Mozzi.
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Descripción iUniverse, 2003. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0595291384