- Paperback: 246 pages
- Publisher: Small Dogma Publishing, Inc.; 1st edition (February 1, 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 098179422X
- ISBN-13: 978-0981794228
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.8 x 8.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,740,940 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Alec Thrace and the Lost Medallion (Atlantis: The Hidden Kingdom Series Book 1) Paperback – February 1, 2009
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Alec Thrace and the Lost Medallion is a thrilling read packed with historical facts about ancient civilizations. A real page-turner, this book is fit for the Gods and anyone else who enjoys taking a literary journey toward great adventure! ----Jo Ann M. Colton, Author of Pieces of the Puzzle<br /><br />Alec Thrace captures the reader with imagination flirting with science and ancient history. Author Griffith provides an escape from the troubled 21st Century into delightful mystery. -- --Carole Lomond, Publisher & Editor
Alec Thrace captures the reader with imagination flirting with science and ancient history. Author Griffith provides an escape from the troubled 21st Century into delightful mystery. ---- Carole Lomond, Publisher & Editor
About the Author
M.D. Griffith is a freelance writer who has enjoyed and studied ancient civilizations as well as other cultures both at home and abroad. Griffith, a financial manager for an organization in Colorado, takes real joy in putting fictional stories together with historical fact, resulting in the creation of something very entertaining for the reader. Additionally, he attends a local writer's meeting group, both critiquing and having his work critiqued by other writer's. His stories propel the reader through a fast paced adventure, enlisting the mind in imagination and learning.
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The author has built a fantastic and realistic Atlantis hidden and protected from the rest of the world with abilities and science beyond the rest of the world's capabilities. At a time during the Roman invasions, Atlantis was thriving.
M.D. Griffith writes with such vivid description that I couldn't help but be able to vision what the characters looked like. There have been times that I have read books that were OVERLY descriptive and this was not the case. Just enough to create extra visualizations in yourimagination. The weaving of major historical characters (Phillip of Macedonia, Ptolemy, etc) worked beautifully, the dialog was excellent and the action was spot on.
I also really liked that instead of each chapter being by number, for example, Chapter 1, instead this book's chapter 1 is "Return of The Medallion. Summer of 323 BC). This is throughout the book!
If you want to read some a fun journey packed with history, action, and mythology, "Alec Thrace and The Lost Medallion" will do the trick! This is the first book of "The Hidden Kingdom Series" and I can't wait for more!