Libros de Segunda Mano (posteriores a ) – Literatura – Narrativa – Ciencia Ficción y Fantasía: Atlantis: la ciudad perdida – greg donegan. Compra, venta y. Libros sin clasificar: Atlantis. la ciudad perdida – greg donegan. Compra, venta y subastas de Libros sin clasificar en todocoleccion. Lote Atlantis Book Series (2 Books). From Book 1 ATLANTIS, LA CIUDAD PERDIDA (Spanish Edition) by Greg Donegan (). More Buying Choices – Paperback.
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Too much descriptive writing about half way in.
Atlantis – La Ciudad Perdida
I am led to believe that the entire series will follow suit, which means I have some incredibly great “Reads” I couldn’t wait to begin this second book in the “Atlantis Gate” series. Just a moment while we sign you in ciudav your Goodreads account. I am curious about all the many loose ends in this book, but don’t want to slog through more of this author’s writing.
Return to Book Page. I won’t divulge any spoilers but I found the second half to be icudad uneven and unbelievable, I almost put this one down. In the end, while I enjoyed the story well enough, I had to decide how I was going to rate this one. I feel like I need to explain it a bit. Started very promising, too bad it didn’t end that way.
It was a struggle to get through and I even found myself skimming just to finish. No trivia or quizzes yet. Don’t get atlatis wr I have won this in a giveaway on good reads from first reads.
It’s almost like the author is reciting events rather than trying to tell a story. Granted, in a thriller, it’s hard to make all your characters vast wells atlangis complexity. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Doherty’s military backgrou I read the Kindle version, and I hope the print version was not as poorly edited. People and planes have gone into the areas and never come out and when a millionaire business man send a Hi-Tech survey plane with his daughter in command xiudad the Cambodian triangle only to have it disappear as well things really heat up.
The scenes involving her at work were moving, and some of the more engaging of the book. Inside these realms, planes have disappeared, ships ciuddad vanished, and, in Cambodia, an entire civilization has been lost. Inthe USS Thresher, a nuclear submarine, is lost under unusual circumstances, part of a secret government investigation into mysterious gates.
Jun 07, Paula rated it liked it Shelves: I was determined to find this former bestseller and luckily, it was located in a nearby library. I did quite enjoy the giant multi-headed snake monster, and the thing that was like a lion with a crocodile head, or something like that I was hoping for more pay-off in this novel about the Bermuda Triangle and other mysterious “triangles” across the planet, which turn out to be linked to Atlantis, and possibly another dimension.
It had peaks and valleys to it, and the ending appeared a bit rushed and a little far-fetched as far as the imagination goes.
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Whatever the reason I just found it hard to make it through this book, which is a shame since I like this author, I like Atlantis and I like paranormal stuff. I highly recommend this action perdiad to anyone who enjoys a SF, paranormal, fantasy, military type tale with such realism as to keep you thoroughly entertained. So what the heck is going on here? Long passages about technical aspects of planes, satellites, time travel and different dimensions. I love the way that the writer ties together all of the major mysteries and paranormal events throughout history such as the Bermuda Triangle, Devil’s Gate, Crystal Skulls, Ley Lines, etc.
What Dane learns on this second trip to the area is that it is a threat that once destroyed fabled Atlantis, and now threatens to destroy all life on Earth. Ten millennium has passed since the Shadow’s cataclysmic assault on Atlantis and as the Shadows prepare to invade again; Earth’s hope of survival lies in the hands of Eric Dane, the only man known to have escape from the treacherous foothold of the Shadows in Cambodia.
I found myself wondering if this was edited professionally at all. There are a lot of similiarities to the hit TV show Lost, espeically the first season. Mayers does a wonderful job of character development and plot built up so readers know that they will be learning more about each character throughout the series. I almost quit my reading but decided to skip those parts and stick to the meat of the story.
Ten thousand years ago. What if the the Bermuda Triangle contained a real source of disturbing phenomena, was connected to other sites like it, and all were controlled by aliens bent on invading Earth?
I was hoping for more pay-off in this novel about the Bermuda Triangle and other mysterious “triangles” across the planet, which turn out to be linked to Atlantis, and possibly another dimension. The writing is of atlxntis quality comparable with great science fiction writers in league of Arthur Clarke. What do all of these have in common? If only the author had made the same choice.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. I was percida surprised and am looking forward to reading the rest of the series. Don’t get me wrong if you are into sci-fi this is right up your alley, I usually enjoy a good sci-fi occasionally, but found it difficult for this to move me.