In “Fingerprints of the Gods”, Graham Hancock sets out to prove that an advanced civilization once flourished on Earth but was destroyed by a cataclysmic event. Using evidence from archeology, history, and astronomy, he makes a compelling case for a lost civilization that may have been responsible for many of the world’s greatest mysteries. This riveting follow-up to his international bestseller delves even deeper into Hancock’s theories about who built Stonehenge, why Egyptian pyramids were constructed, and how signs of this long-lost culture are reflected in our own world today.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for people who are interested in history, archeology, and astronomy. Graham Hancock weaves together a compelling case for a lost civilization that may have been responsible for many of the world’s greatest mysteries. Anyone fascinated by these topics will enjoy reading this book.
- Graham Hancock’s writing is engaging and makes for a compelling read.
- He has a gift for tying in big historical moments with smaller, more mysterious occurrences that may or may not be related.
- The book offers a new perspective on world history and urges readers to rethink the way they see it.
- The author’s theories are not supported by evidence
- The book is dense and difficult to read
- Hancock’s hypotheses have been debunked by experts
Learn more about the author
Graham Hancock is the author of Fingerprints of the Gods, which has been translated into 27 languages and remains in print 17 years after its first publication. His books have sold more than five million copies worldwide. Hancock’s articles have appeared in magazines such as New Internationalist, Prospect, Le Monde diplomatique, Atlantis Rising and The Ecologist. He lives in London with his wife and son.
“Graham Hancock has done it again! In Fingerprints of the Gods – The Quest Continues, he brings together an astonishing amount of evidence to support his theory that a lost civilization was once responsible for many of the world’s greatest mysteries. With new discoveries and insights gleaned from recent findings in astronomy, archeology, and history, Hancock makes a compelling case that we need to rethink our understanding of human origins.”
“Graham Hancock has single-handedly altered the way we look at history and, once again, with this sequel to “
“If you’re the sort of person who likes to think about big ideas, read this book. If you like to be entertained and enlightened at the same time, read this book.”
“Hancock does an amazing job of pulling together compelling evidence that a lost civilization did, in fact, exist.”