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The last two books deal with how to defeat the threat being made. These books have two or even three stories going at once and are a bit confusing at times. I think the biggest issues is that sometimes the concurrent stories are given to much precedence in comparison with the main story. There is great detail given to some aspect of these stories that could be better used progressing the main story line.
I found the ending to the entire conflict to be a little short. It's pretty clear what happens to most of the main characters but nothing is really mentioned about the conflict as a whole other than it is finished.
The series as a whole is quite interesting though. There wasn't as much in respect to Atlantis as I figured there would be when I started the series but it still works. If you like a story that takes place over different times, deals with places like the Bermuda Triangle and the Nazca Lines, and maybe even takes you to other worlds then this is a series that would probably interest you.
I know that an author has to assume that some readers may not have read the other books prior to reading this one but did they have to refer so much of the book's text to previous books?
I ended up skipping the recircled bits from previous books which were repeated in every book before hand.
It seemed that each book reviewed a large part of what had happened in the previous book - including the review in that part. This caused the last book to contain a large amount of information about what had happened previously.
It was good - but I was glad in a way that it finished the series.
Can our Earth survive with help from the past? Or will we get help from another Earth which is already doomed but wishes to lash back at the enemy? Amelia Earhart, Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse, Robert Frost and George Armstrong Custer will all have their parts to play in this struggle.
The ending was just that a sudden cessation of the narrative. The bad guys died boom the end.