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I’ve tried and tried to come up with a rational reason for why this book is so riddled with errors. 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 do wish the editors would be more diligent about proofing.
I attlantis recommend this novel to all those who love fast paced, well written Science Fiction. The story narrative is in the past and the present. Other books in the series. I have received the entire series donegaan good reads and after the difficulty reading the first book, It may take me a while before I can start the second: I couldn’t wait to begin this second book in the “Atlantis Ciudwd series.
Atlantis – La Ciudad Perdida : Greg Donegan :
Jun 07, Paula rated it liked it Shelves: In their defense, the books are done unlike a series I innocently started years ago and had to wait — after the 3rd book — almost a year for book 4 to come out. Decades later, Foreman, now with the CIA, sends a group of Army Green Berets into a remote part of Cambodia to retrieve equipment from a crashed spy plane. Other books in the series. Mayer, a West Point graduate and retired Green Beret himself, is especially adept at writing action scenes. I did finish the book, though, which says something about the concept.
Don’t get me wrong if you are into sci-fi this is right up your alley, I usually enjoy a good sci-fi occasionally, but found it difficult for this to move me.
Atlantis (Atlantis, #1) by Greg Donegan
What if the the Bermuda Treg contained a real source of disturbing phenomena, was connected to other sites like it, and all were controlled by aliens bent on invading Earth? Picked this book up for free a couple of weeks back; so very glad that I did. After reading all six Atlantis cludad this is another Bob Mayer series that I loved. I know a lot of books are unedited. I am led to believe that the entire series will follow suit, which means I have some incredibly great “Reads” Cciudad couldn’t wait to begin this second book in the “Atlantis Gate” series.
People and planes have gone into the areas and never come out and when a millionaire business man send a Hi-Tech survey plane with his daughter in command over the Cambodian triangle only to have it disappear as well things really heat up. Greg Donegan, this is the first novel in R. I feel like I need to explain it a bit. I didn’t hate the book don’t get me wrong I just didn’t love it sorry as I am to say that. Doherty’s military background is evident in the detail of that ciuad of the characters and their actions, but his lack of depth of knowledge of history and language made some of the storyline ring hollow for me.
To see the similarities check out this website: At some point, Atlantis must figure into this triumvirate, but that’s not apparent ciuadd this, hreg first book, of the series. I was hoping for more pay-off in this novel about the Bermuda Triangle and other mysterious “triangles” across the planet, which turn out to be linked to Atlantis, and possibly another dimension.
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. A flight that Foreman himself was supposed to be a part of. If i wanted atlantiis know physics I would get a textbook.
I aylantis quit my reading but decided to skip those parts and stick to the meat of the story. Also, there was one page where the main character’s name was replaced on two occasions with what I later learned was the name of the main character of Doherty’s Area 51 series.
Inthe USS Thresher, a nuclear submarine, is lost under unusual circumstances, part of a secret government investigation into mysterious gates. I’m looking forward to reading more of Mayer’s craft. I did enjoy the twist in the book, however kinda took a little long to get to the point. I’m a writer, and I know all too well how hard it is to stamp them all out. Actually, “Atlantis” is pretty disappointing for a Bob Mayer aka G.
Not sure if they were organic, or alien mechanisms. Could use more character development.
I did enjoy the particle physics incorporated into atlqntis story and the explanation of the gates. I think this series of books could end up being quite epic. I can’t recall reading another story built around a similar idea, and that’s quite a statement regarding a Science Fiction novel. I’m still debating between stars.
Atlantis – La Ciudad Perdida
It is quite interesting reading Atlantis after Area What if the very thing that destroyed Atlantis years ago came back to threaten our world once again? A fairly exciting sequel. 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. Jul 03, Eric rated it liked it. I want a book where my enjoyment is maintained at close to the same level from beginning to end.
There are also errors of continuity–the “Bermuda Triangle,” we are told, is called the “Devil’s Triangle” by the Japanese, yet later, the “Devil’s Triangle” is treated as a separate geographic location from the “Bermuda Triangle. The author manages to yet again blend history, mythology and Sci-fi into a very fast paced and engrossing book. The errors continued beyond the atlnatis into the “also by this author” part, where a blurb from W.
A very good read. Even one ciurad a military person should have known was off: I like when military, natural phenomena, history, and science fiction come together and this book accomplished that in spades.