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Don’t get me wr I have atlanits this in a giveaway on good reads from first reads. Ciusad writing was good enough to build imagery and create the characters and locations in my head, and the story was easy to follow, but not boringly so.

However, the editing on this was just terrible. This is a very fast paced, well thought out, and conceptually unique story. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

But, it quickly got to the point that the conflict was almost too vague to be odnegan. With all the exotic details, it seems unfortunate that the author focused so much on the increasing nuclear radiation leaking from the various “triangles” across the planet.

I feel like I need to explain it a bit. Lists with This Book. Aug 02, Fred rated it really liked it Shelves: Not terribly pleased that it’s a series – I don’t really like having to commit to multiple books these days. Story kept building with suspense until almost the last page which showed that the author wished the reader to know that he is certainly not done this novel and th This novel is the beginning of a series about the many gates around the world similar to the Bermuda Triangle and how an Alien race is using them to try and take over Earth.

THe suspense tingling and keeping you on the edge of your donnegan. The Atlantis series is similar in style and approach as the Area 51 series where the author blends history with fiction seamlessly. At some point, Atlantis must figure into this triumvirate, but that’s not apparent in this, the first book, of the series. I’d read the entire “Area 51” series and really enjoyed it.


The initial plot is exciting, the it becomes bogged down in too much technical information and explanation, then suddenly the ending is there and wrapping up the story. No trivia or quizzes yet. I really couldn’t bridge the gap from a technology standpoint as there really wasn’t a plausible explanation out there for Joe Accountant to understand or even rationalize.

The ending made that clear, though. I was disappointed to find that there is a ‘next’ book although the story did end, it didn’t finish and now I must read the next book which I have discovered leads to book 3 which then leads to book 4.

Five is something I reserve for the absolute best, something that I know I’ll go back to and read again someday. A merciless enemy that will lead Dane—and the whole planet—into the final desperate battle for survival. So what the heck is going on here?

Atlantis – La Ciudad Perdida : Greg Donegan :

Mayer ties together many elements which have puzzled members of various disciplines throughout the centuries, Picked this book up for free a couple of weeks back; so very glad that I did. The focus is on military characters, which also bums me out.

Lists with This Book. Sep 17, Michael rated it liked it.

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I loved the Area 51 series by this author and that’s why I started reading the Atlantis series. Just like the first book in the series, the author keeps us engaged with the characters and the action, mixing historical fact with scientific conjecture.

Then there is Dane, the main action character, who has some ESP ability, which I could accept at first in the furtherance of a good yarn. I am led to believe that the entire series will follow suit, which means I have some incredibly great “Reads” I couldn’t wait to begin this second book in the “Atlantis Gate” series. Dec 16, D. Dogs are great solicitors of empathy.

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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.


But I have to mark it down because it also has plenty of typographical errors, a jumble of character viewpoints and confusing settings, and occasional c A good thriller has to have interesting characters, a good threat and plot that doesn’t let up.

The protagonists spend most of their time spinning their wheels, knowing nothing but that the antagonists exist, where they are, and that they’re up to no good. Bob Mayer is a professional. Can’t wait to read more in this series! Pen name for Bob Mayer.

Bob Mayer glues you to the story that is fast action adrenalin pumping and you would not want to stop reading. After I read Psychic Warrior this book then made sense. What if the very thing that destroyed Atlantis years ago came back to threaten our world once again?

Usual story, big corporate industrialist trying to get an edge on an industry, aircrafts and hires a mercenary well trained in these types of maneuvers, who had experienced wanting to see a buddy who died on a mis After I read Psychic Warrior this book then made sense.

I’m not a book-about-dogs person, but I wish the book had involved her more. The concept behind this book is interesting. 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. There is just something about these books, and this one in particular that makes it hard to get into them.

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.