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Atlantis Bermuda Triangle (Volume 2) Paperback – July 9, 2012
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Viking warriors, Green Berets, priestesses and CIA agents populate this second installment of the Atlantis series. The evil forces that legend says destroyed Atlantis have returned to wreak havoc on the modern world; their first assault: consists of firing a nuclear missile from the waters of the Bermuda Triangle into a major fault in the Atlantic Ocean. America reacts by sending ex-Green Beret Eric Dane and a team of experts on an underwater mission to confront the Dark Ones. Meanwhile, Ragnarok, a first-century Viking, helps the priestess Tam Nok search for a powerful weapon to defeat the wicked Valkyries and is drawn into a parallel universe with Dane. Told in alternating chapters, the two stories converge for an unsatisfying conclusion in an underwater graveyard for ships, planes and other craft that have disappeared into the depths of the Bermuda Triangle over the centuries. The contemporary side of this militaristic SF tale is packed with long, technical digressions that slow the novel's pace, but the chapters on Ragnarok and Tam Nok's quest contain solid dialogue and evocative descriptions of fantastical enemies and ancient lands. Donegan's battle scenes will keep action readers happy, but those who prefer more well-rounded characters will be disappointed. (June)
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About the Author
Bob Mayer is a NY Times Bestselling author, graduate of West Point, former Green Beret (including commanding an A-Team) and the feeder of two Yellow Labs, most famously Cool Gus. He's had over 60 books published including the #1 series Area 51, Atlantis and The Green Berets. Born in the Bronx, having traveled the world (usually not tourist spots), he now lives peacefully with his wife, and said labs, at Write on the River, TN.
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However, still giving a 5 because of the excellent story line.
Here's the problem - it is unbelievable how many spelling errors there are in the Kindle version of this novel. I'm not exaggerating when I say that you can hardly get through 3 pages on-screen without finding one. Now, I'm no professional proofreader (maybe I should be), but that many errors is inexcusable. It completely disrupts the flow of the book, your brain having to decipher what in the world you just read.
And twice, believe it or not, the book had the wrong character talking! In a conversation between Dane and Sin Fen, all of a sudden Ariana was speaking, even though she wasn't in the "scene." Then it reverted back to Sin Fen. The second had a recently-dead captain speaking (about himself, I might add), then reverted back to the one that the reader KNEW to be alive and in the current conversation. I mean, c'mon, proofreaders...seriously?
I'd recommend this book to Doherty fans, but be prepared to jump through some mental hoops as you navigate the ungodly amount of errors.
His knowledge of history and grasp of science fiction and military procedures and tactics all come together to create a wonderful and Fresh retelling of "old and at times, seem like worn out, beat you over the head, I'm tired of hearing about it", different perspective on these legends that we have all heard in some worn out form, with a new way of looking at it.
I have read The Nightstalkers Series, Area 51 Series, (all 9 books), and now I am getting ready to start the third installment of the Atlantis Series.
I have read each series from start to finish, and simply could not put them down.
The characters are intriguing, the stories are somewhat familiar, at first...but, soon, the familiar changes, like it should.
The continual exposition is annoying, but I guess you have to allow for that - the story is more of the same, continuing on from 'Atlantis' by about a week (from what I could infer)
It's Boy's Own Adventure - Vikings, Submarines, Time Travel and Aliens - presses all the buttons - a Ripping Yarn!
However, the errors - spelling, grammatical, geographic and scientific - do become tiresome, and really begin to detract from the flow - unlikely I'll invest in the third unless the reviews are glowing