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The plot is good and there is plenty of action. Yet, while the plot pulls from many different legends and is jammed packed with action, it’s not a frivolous book. The series opens in the Bermuda Triangle and quickly spreads around the globe to other sites marked with similar mysterious disappearances.
I have forgotten them enough that is is just as good reading them again.
Atlantis – La Ciudad Perdida
They range from incorrect spelling to grammatical errors, oddball prrdida, repeated words and phrases – the whole gamut of things a beta reader would find, much less an actual editor. Bob Mayer glues you to the story that is fast action adrenalin pumping and you would not want to stop reading.
The amount of the technical research that must have followed to write a book like this is duly outstanding. I’d share facts of the story but there is no reason to toss in spoilers. The story narrative is in the past and the present. 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.
I have received the entire series from good reads and after the difficulty reading the first book, It may take me a while before I can start the second: Bob Mayer is a professional. Trivia About Bermuda Triangle What if the very thing that destroyed Atlantis years ago came back to threaten our world once again? Lists with This Book. Feb 18, Tyler rated it liked it. As I read page after page I realized the mastery of the writer. Yeah, that Robert Doherty guy– can’t review my own book, though one time my editor put a quote from Robert Doherty on a book that was under my own name, or vice versa.
Having read this book before, I came across the need to find the novel that so awed me many countless years ago. Want to Read saving…. I have read each series from start to finish, and simply could not put them down. 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. An uneasy blend of Lovecraftian sci fi and action adventure.
I did enjoy the twist in the book, however kinda took a little long to get to the point. 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.
Good book even though it needed a good editor in the worst kind of way. Granted, in a thriller, it’s hard to make all your characters vast wells of complexity. The second half devolved into a wtf storyline. May 19, Arlene Biddulph added it.
That being said, the writing style is rather sophomoric. Paperbackpages. Part archeological thriller, part apocalyptic thriller Thus the plot of Atlantiswritten by best-selling author Bob Mayer writing under one of his many pen namesunfolds in a series of actions spanning decades, culminating with a taut, action-packed climax that will keep the reader glued to the pages.
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. So much so that I read both Atlantis and this the second part in one go.
Bermuda Triangle (Atlantis, #2) by Greg Donegan
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. The mysterious ‘Shadow’ is coming through their gates to try and destroy our world once and for all.
I think its a fun and cool series, and I look forward to reading part three. That was enough to draw me in. 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. A fairly exciting sequel.
Trivia About Atlantis Atlanti Started very promising, too bad it didn’t end that way. Jun 07, Paula rated it liked it Shelves: But I wouldn’t mind seeing how things pan out. To see the similarities check out this website: It gave me enough to keep me interested, yet it was simple enough to be able to read a few pages here and there. What if the Shadow that destroyed Atlantis 10, years ago, comes donegzn to threaten our present world?
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!
Oct 13, Robert Mills rated it liked it. However, after giving it careful thought, I came to the conclusion that whatever the reason for the errors in this book, ultimately it is up to Ciuxad.
I didn’t hate the book don’t get me wrong I just didn’t love it sorry as I am to say that. I cannot wait to read the other books in the series.
I highly recommend this action adventure to anyone who enjoys a Prrdida, paranormal, fantasy, military type tale with such realism as to keep you thoroughly entertained. 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.