The other day we met Sonador Snow and his book Quest For Babylon’s Soul. Today, we get to meet one of the main characters.
So, who are you?
Archaeologist Diane Ryan
Are you a fictional or historical character?
What should we know about you?
I’m a US professor that speaks frankly, has the looks and is not afraid to kick ass when it’s needed. My boyfriend, professor Geoff Symons, describes me as gunpowder stuffed with intellect, beauty, bitter tongue, and limitless desire to unravel mysteries. He also thinks that this gunpowder has a very short fuse so watch out for me!!!
Tell us about your story: When and where is your tale set?
My tale is set in modern days, although as an archeologist I deal with matters that happened way back in the past. As it should be for an active adventure-seeker like me I travel all the way from Syria, through London, to New York and back to the Middle East. All this just to conclude the first part of my journey.
What is your personal goal? I mean, what do you ultimately want?
Ultimately I want to discover Alexander the Great’s library and all the knowledge that was locked in it when the earthquake took it in the bottom of the sea. However, I would be partially satisfied if I find a twenty-four ton gold statue of a god, Atlantis, Babylon’s Hanging Gardens and several other bits and bots on the way J
What is standing in your way? What conflict(s) do you face?
You name it – NATO, CIA, British Intelligence, my all-too-reasonable partner, Geoff Symons.
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