Undisclosed (Undisclosed Trilogy, Book 1)

Undisclosed (Undisclosed Trilogy, Book 1) Summary

Read the breakout novel in the bestselling Undisclosed trilogy by Jon Mills 
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Legends -- myths and religions -- called them by many names. One group was our protector, the other an enemy. Both knew the secret of human origins. Both had different agendas. Both remained undisclosed until now. 
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Living in Los Alamos, New Mexico, a small town already shrouded in secrecy, disappearances and the unusual, Travis Marshall's life spirals out of control after a sudden and horrendous tragedy. 

One year later, when tragedy strikes again and this time his father, a molecular biologist at the illustrious Los Alamos Laboratories mysteriously vanishes and his own life is put in jeopardy, Travis discovers more than the truth behind his disappearance. 

In a race against time and aided by an unusual band of outsiders, he finds himself thrust into a dangerous game of cat and mouse in which the outcome could change everything. Beneath a blanket of ancient lies, global cover-ups and genetic tampering he's about to uncover not only the origins of mankind, but also come face to face with those who threaten the fate of the human race. 

The answers to the greatest questions of all time have never been as terrifying, exciting or troubling.



Book Reviews

Ladytattoo7

Undisclosed5 star

Fun read! Fast paced, well written.55

vespi600

Absolutely amazing!!5 star

I can’t even begin to tell you how amazing this book is. The author can really pull you in and not let you go. By the end of this book you will be a different person and you will truly feel like you were right there with everybody and you’ve known these people your entire lives.55

safedo

Enjoyable read5 star

Good book55

Nightman789

Fun read5 star

Fun sci-fi thriller that manages to wrap all the alien related conspiracy theories into one.55

Dontreadmuch

Good Book4 star

The book has a great Sci-Fi storyline that somehow found a way to be different but interesting. Great job on the book Mr. Mills. This one was free and I appreciate that. I will be purchasing the other 2 after this review and will be searching your other books.45

Mrs.Darcy is fine.

Undisclosed4 star

Action packed and full of suspense! A page- turner that will keep you reading. With like-able characters and a hint of romance, undisclosed is purely entertaining!45

SnorkelJack

Excellent title for this trilogy!15 star

As both a religious person and one who believes in extraterrestrial phenomena I loved this book as it weaves Genesis into the story of the chariots of the Gods. Jon is an excellent story teller who allows your reading of his story to create a vivid world of his characters in your imagination. I have completed the Trilogy and would recommend this series to all those who enjoy science fiction novels that skirt possible reality.55

Mac bible

Solid read4 star

I thought that the plot was very good and weaving religious and spiritual undertones into the story gave it a fictional “chariots of the Gods” feel. There were times where the pacing seemed sluggish but overall it finished very strong and I think the characters were introduced well; I expect that their character arcs will become more pronounced as I read the second and third book of the trilogy. Overall it’s an enjoyable yarn and certainly worth a lazy Sunday afternoon curled up on the easy chair reading about Travis and his Guardian friends...45

ethanapplefan

Great book4 star

Really an attention grabber. I was extremely shocked that this book was free, and still managed to get me to read for a hour. 🤯45

dyvobklyn

Not that great2 star

The book wasn’t very well written. It didn’t capture my attention and I struggled to get through it. While the story line isn’t bad, the characters didn’t have real depth and I often felt like the descriptions of Travis’s attitude were rather forced and weak. The author’s impression of teenagers and high school are pretty faulty. All in all, I do not recommend this book if you are looking for a Good Book. If you are sliming for a less than mediocre read, then by all means, go ahead.25





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