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- Print Length: 308 pages
- Publication Date: September 18, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075R7PBKK
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #88,183 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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(ASCENDANT CHRONICLES BOOK 1)
Thrillers need to start with a strong reader's hook; PROJECT ATLANTIS zooms into space with powerful impact, riveting readers to the page. As a born conspiracy theorist, I reveled in the multiple layers of conspiracy riddled throughout the plot, cheering on several characters, wishing others would just disappear. PROJECT ATLANTIS is meta-sci fi thriller--so much is delved into: astrophysics, space travel, space battle, the Solar System, aliens, geology, Atlantis, Pyramids...The author has a wide-ranging imagination and a thirst for research and knowledge (rather like protagonist Kaden Jaxx) and he delights to share it with readers. Now, on to Book 2!
I'm not sure of the author's targeted demographic regarding readers, but it doesn't seem as though it's written for adults experienced with personal interactions, or who have learned to control their emotions to any reasonable degree. Much more often than not the reactions and emotions described for the characters are what I'd expect a young teen to perceive and describe. This might be better written for teens who haven't yet acquired much worldly experience. Maybe it was, I dunno.
I came very close to stopping reading it at any number of points, and I've been a voracious Sci-fi/fantasy reader since I bought my first sci-fi paperback for 25 cents in elementary school.
For the moment I'm reluctant to order the next in the series, even if it were a 99 cent book.
Imagine being privy to the discovery of life on a distant moon, try to get the info out to the public, & nobody believes you. Imagine knowing that another Great Flood is coming, & you know how to save people, but nobody believes you. Imagine uncovering memories from your own brain of serving in, not just the military, but the Secret Space Service!
This book has all of the elements that keep your fingers flipping pages quickly...the only disappointment was that the book's end left you wishing the author had already released books 2 and 3 already.
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