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This book is the 2nd in the series. I am curious about all the many loose ends in this book, but don’t want to slog through more of this author’s writing. I couldn’t wait to begin this second book in the “Atlantis Gate” series.

Ten millennium has passed since the Shadow’s cataclysmic assault on Atlantis and as the Shadows prepare to invade again; Earth’s hope of survival lies in the hands of Eric Dane, the only man known to have escape from the treacherous foothold of the Shadows in Cambodia. Just like the first book in the series, the author keeps us engaged domegan the characters and the action, mixing historical fact with scientific conjecture. But I wouldn’t mind seeing how things pan out.

It had peaks and valleys to it, and the ending appeared a bit rushed and a little far-fetched as far as the imagination goes. It picked up quickly after that and I was captivated through the book I’d recommend it for anyone who loves science fiction, adventure and a really good read.

May 31, Steve Schlutow rated it liked it Shelves: I’m not a book-about-dogs person, but I wish the book had involved her more. I’m looking forward to reading more of Mayer’s craft. Inside these realms, planes have disappeared, ships have vanished, and, in Cambodia, an entire civilization has been lost. Jul 03, Eric rated it liked it. Oct 25, Odnegan Peterson rated it it was amazing.

Atlantis (Atlantis, #1) by Greg Donegan

There are a lot of similiarities to the hit TV show Lost, espeically the first season. The book has several instances of words being inserted where the don’t belong. Bermuda Triangle I knew I was hooked on the series.


Trivia About Atlantis Atlanti Feb 25, Mark Bond rated it it was amazing. I’m still debating between stars. He’s got 60 or more books under his belt, both traditionally published and indie. There were about half a dozen grammar mistakes.

It’s almost like the author is reciting events rather than trying to tell lx story.

This book pulled a lot of different legends and myths together to form a pretty intellectual adventure. If I could give 3.

Atlantis – La Ciudad Perdida : Greg Donegan :

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Mayer ties together many elements which have puzzled members of various disciplines throughout the centuries, knotting them into a wonderfully entertaining and mystifying phantasmagorical ride! In fact, the nature of the antagonists themselves is really up in grreg air even after the last chapter. I was completely entranced by the first installment, and this second volume followed in it’s footsteps quite admirably.

I think the overall story was good, at least worth 4 stars. I’m still convinced that Bob Mayer, who can score blurbs from the likes of W. However, after giving it careful thought, I came to the conclusion that whatever the reason for the errors in this book, ultimately it aatlantis up to Mr. I read these when they first came out long ago. Atalntis informs us that time is not linear.

I could overlook a few problems, considering the price, free when I got itif the plot were more tightly executed and the characters were more believable and engaging. I did quite enjoy the giant multi-headed snake monster, and the thing that was like a lion with a crocodile head, or something like that.

I won’t spend time rehashing the story line, but let me suffice to say that it involves a mysterious otherworldly force that connects ciudaad Bermuda Triangle with the Devil’s Sea and a Cambodian jungle.

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The writing w I was a little torn about how to rate this one. I am disappointed, as the story outline appeared to be something I could really get into and purchase sequels – in ztlantis case, I won’t.


I don’t know if this was caused by the transfer of the book to Kindle or if the hard copy also contains the same errors. One stand-out was the woman from the NSA. I know a lot of books are unedited. I remain convinced that there’s got to be a good reason for donegann – but that doesn’t excuse an author not checking to make sure his book is the best it can be.

The amount of the technical research that must have follow I am a fan of books on Atlantis and bought the first part in this series a few days back. THe suspense tingling and keeping you on the edge of your seat. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

This was an okay book.

Atlantis has xonegan three. I was pleasantly surprised and am looking forward to reading the rest of the series. The author hits it on some of this criteria. Other books in the series. An uneasy blend of Lovecraftian sci fi and action adventure. I am led to believe that the entire series will follow suit, which means I have some incredibly great “Reads” in my future!

Atlantis – La Ciudad Perdida

I don’t know if you would call this an original story, but it took some unoriginal elements and smooshed them together to make something a bit different to ciufad I’ve read before.

Actually, “Atlantis” is pretty disappointing for a Bob Mayer aka G. Now, if only I had the next instalment! The author manages to yet again blend history, mythology and Sci-fi into a very fast paced and engrossing book.

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