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Atlantis (Volume 1)
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Top Customer Reviews
I'm glad I did. It's probably one of the most well-written books I've read within the past decade. Robert Doherty (pseudonym for Bob Mayer) provides the reader with excellent character development from the main protagonist, Eric Dane, to the more enigmatic characters such as Foreman. He also weaves a fast-paced reading experience from page one until you close the book. When I sat down and began reading, I became so engrossed that I found myself 75 pages deep in almost no time at all. The action scenes feature diverse details and punchy pacing, but not so much that it becomes difficult to understand. I also enjoyed how Mr. Mayer seamlessly incorporated various "history lessons" into the book regarding the mythical city of Atlantis and other paranormal topics.
Overall this book comes together as a great piece of writing and a compelling, fast-paced read. To this day, it remains one of my favorite novels.
With the Atlantis series, Mayer weaves a story of how the deadly elements of what was once thought to be ancient mythology collide with our modern militarized world, bringing to bear a frighteningly realistic, gruesome battle for world domination. A centuries-old war being fought between interdimensional foes has resurfaced in three of the Earth's most mysterious regions. A ship missing since WWII and a covert group of soldiers missing since the Vietnam War, both of which vanished in such regions, suddenly re-emerge from them as though not a day has passed. Only one man has been successful at returning from any of these mystical regions alive and after learning what really happened to Atlantis, he may be the only man who can save the world from a similar fate at the hands of the most deadly evil that has ever threatened it.
The Atlantis series is truly some of the most inspired and imaginative fiction in recent history and masterfully mixes the sci-fi genre with modern age fiction, providing enough action to keep fans of even Tom Clancy glued. Mayer has truly authored some of the best page-turners in recent history.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you have kindle unlimited, know that the next books following this one are not "free". I feel shafted. This underhanded tactic works with Cocaine and Heroin. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Amazon Customer
I enjoyed the story, but this edition has many typing errors in it.Published 1 month ago by Milvain34
It was interesting enough to read through but not enough for me to go farther in this series. It seems a bit misnamed since, according the plot, Atlantis is said to have been... Read morePublished 2 months ago by D. Cox
This is excellent science fiction. I have read sci fi since I was a kid. This is very very well written. The characters stay true, and the story line is true to science fiction. Read morePublished 2 months ago by elizabeth
This is the first in a series about Atlantis and a war going on between two groups. The characters are believable. The plot and the research behind it are simply amazing. Read morePublished 3 months ago by J. K. Stecker
The story is fun and kept me turning the pages. I have read the second book, and will probably read the others, although I keep getting annoyed by the author's inability to use an... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Andy Smith Physics