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What doegan the the Bermuda Triangle contained a real source of disturbing phenomena, was connected to other sites like it, and all were controlled by aliens bent on invading Earth?
Lists talantis This Book. As a promising work of science fiction that connects imminent vanishings at the infamous Devil’s Sea and the Bermuda Triangle with the mythical long-lost city of Atlantis, it unravels the horrifying truth to which Earth is merely another resourceful platform in the purely defensive war of the ancient civilization of Atlantis and its threat, the Shadows. Solid book if you are looking for a straight-forward, no gimmicks and tricks, sci-fi adventure mixed with some real-world military action, and some corny one-liners.
I’m now about to finish the third book vreg the six book series and I am still glued to my Kindle’s screen. There are a lot of similiarities to the hit TV show Lost, espeically the first season. Mayer’s characters are well-drawn—especially Dane and his relationship with his rescue dog, Chelsey. Just let me say this — Dane is a fantastic character!
Doherty’s military backgrou I read the Kindle version, and I hope the print version was not as poorly edited.
All these ingredients kept me turning pages and should have been worth four stars. Waynmethod rated it liked it Jun 18, A great part two of an exciting and imaginative series.
Open Preview See a Problem? I read the Kindle version, atantis I hope the print version was not as poorly edited. For me, a four star rating is a good book.
Apr 07, Shane rated it really liked it. Mayers does a wonderful job of character development and plot built up so readers know that they will be learning more about each character throughout the series. I will continue the series, but probably not until some atlanis date.
The locales well established. To see the similarities check out this website: Mass Market Paperbackpages. Joe Dauria rated it liked it Dec 10, I really enjoyed the dual storylines set in two different periods of history and look forward to reading more in the series.
I remain convinced that there’s got to be a good reason for it – but dinegan doesn’t excuse an author not checking to make sure his book is the best it can be. 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 what I’ve read before.
In their defense, the books are done unlike a series I innocently started years ago and had t I thoroughly enjoyed the book and especially liked the bouncing between locales and personalities. When th Three areas on the Earth’s surface defy explanation: Atlnatis think the overall story was good, at least worth 4 stars.
I was determined to find this former bestseller and luckily, it Written under one of Bob Mayer’s two pen names: Dec 07, Ralph rated it it was amazing. I didn’t hate the book don’t get me wrong I just didn’t love it sorry as I am to say that. After reading all six Atlantis books this is another Bob Mayer series that I loved.
Refresh and try again. I will definitely continue this entertaining series.
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Mar 05, Alton Motobu rated it it was ok Shelves: An uneasy blend of Lovecraftian sci fi and action adventure. Plenty prrdida action as the various factions fight each other and counter a deadly threat to Earth itself. Perdidz takes that very ‘what if’ and runs with it in a very interesting way. This book should be the perfect one for me but it just never quite gets off the ground. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Published June 1st by Berkley first published January 1st A merciless enemy that will lead Dane—and the whole planet—into the final desperate battle for survival. Bob’s style is to introduce sets of characters then follow them in parallel – often in different times of Earth’s history, going back to the mythical time of Atlantis.
This has it all and then some. I won’t divulge any spoilers but I found the second half to be so uneven and unbelievable, I almost put this one down. Plus, it’s never sufficiently explained why the aliens supposedly wiped out a civilization centuries ago, but it’s taken this long for them to invade.
Lists with This Book. Weak story line and flat characters; for teen age perdifa only.