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With humanity's back against the wall... A signal from space could be the key to saving the human race... As the clock ticks down, a team of scientists will risk it all to unravel the secrets of the Atlantis World. _________________________________________________________ Northern Morocco: Dr. Kate Warner cured a global pandemic, and she thought she could cure herself. She With humanity's back against the wall... A signal from space could be the key to saving the human race... As the clock ticks down, a team of scientists will risk it all to unravel the secrets of the Atlantis World. _________________________________________________________ Northern Morocco: Dr. Kate Warner cured a global pandemic, and she thought she could cure herself. She was wrong. And she was wrong about the scope of the Atlantis conspiracy. Humanity faces a new threat, an enemy beyond imagination. With her own time running out and the utter collapse of human civilization looming, a new hope arrives: a signal from a potential ally. Arecibo Observatory: Mary Caldwell has spent her life waiting, watching the stars, looking for signs of intelligent life beyond our world. When that day comes, Mary finds herself in the middle of a struggle older than the human race, with far greater stakes. She must decide who to trust, because there's nowhere to hide. Antarctica: In the wake of the Atlantis Plague, Dorian Sloane finds himself a puppet to Ares' mysterious agenda. As Dorian prepares to take control of the situation, Ares unleashes a cataclysm that changes everything. As the catastrophe circles the globe, Ares reveals the true nature of the threat to humanity, and Dorian agrees to one last mission: find and kill David Vale and Kate Warner. There will be no prisoners this time. The orders are seek and destroy, and Dorian has been promised that his own answers and salvation lie on the other side. With Dorian in pursuit, Kate, David, and their team race through the ruins of the Atlantean ship left on Earth, across Atlantean science stations throughout the galaxy, and into the past of a mysterious culture whose secrets could save humanity in its darkest hour. With their own lives on the line and time slipping away, Kate, David and Dorian are put to the ultimate test. ABOUT The Atlantis World is the third and final book in A.G. Riddle's Origin Mystery trilogy. This adventure across space and time explores the history of the Atlantean homeworld and culture, a topic readers have asked about since the first novel in the series, The Atlantis Gene.

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With humanity's back against the wall... A signal from space could be the key to saving the human race... As the clock ticks down, a team of scientists will risk it all to unravel the secrets of the Atlantis World. _________________________________________________________ Northern Morocco: Dr. Kate Warner cured a global pandemic, and she thought she could cure herself. She With humanity's back against the wall... A signal from space could be the key to saving the human race... As the clock ticks down, a team of scientists will risk it all to unravel the secrets of the Atlantis World. _________________________________________________________ Northern Morocco: Dr. Kate Warner cured a global pandemic, and she thought she could cure herself. She was wrong. And she was wrong about the scope of the Atlantis conspiracy. Humanity faces a new threat, an enemy beyond imagination. With her own time running out and the utter collapse of human civilization looming, a new hope arrives: a signal from a potential ally. Arecibo Observatory: Mary Caldwell has spent her life waiting, watching the stars, looking for signs of intelligent life beyond our world. When that day comes, Mary finds herself in the middle of a struggle older than the human race, with far greater stakes. She must decide who to trust, because there's nowhere to hide. Antarctica: In the wake of the Atlantis Plague, Dorian Sloane finds himself a puppet to Ares' mysterious agenda. As Dorian prepares to take control of the situation, Ares unleashes a cataclysm that changes everything. As the catastrophe circles the globe, Ares reveals the true nature of the threat to humanity, and Dorian agrees to one last mission: find and kill David Vale and Kate Warner. There will be no prisoners this time. The orders are seek and destroy, and Dorian has been promised that his own answers and salvation lie on the other side. With Dorian in pursuit, Kate, David, and their team race through the ruins of the Atlantean ship left on Earth, across Atlantean science stations throughout the galaxy, and into the past of a mysterious culture whose secrets could save humanity in its darkest hour. With their own lives on the line and time slipping away, Kate, David and Dorian are put to the ultimate test. ABOUT The Atlantis World is the third and final book in A.G. Riddle's Origin Mystery trilogy. This adventure across space and time explores the history of the Atlantean homeworld and culture, a topic readers have asked about since the first novel in the series, The Atlantis Gene.

30 review for The Atlantis World

  1. 4 out of 5

    Shayna Sumner

    Far out.. no really, way too far out there Far out.. no really, way too far out there By the time I started this third book in the trilogy, I was already lost. each book had gotten more and more complicated, and what annoyed me the most, was that this book wasn't really even about earth, or humans at all, if I had known, I probably wouldn't have started the series at all. and with each chapter, the author added more and more point of views, more and more pieces to an already unfinished and confusi Far out.. no really, way too far out there Far out.. no really, way too far out there By the time I started this third book in the trilogy, I was already lost. each book had gotten more and more complicated, and what annoyed me the most, was that this book wasn't really even about earth, or humans at all, if I had known, I probably wouldn't have started the series at all. and with each chapter, the author added more and more point of views, more and more pieces to an already unfinished and confusing puzzle, and more storylines, characters, and environments. it was just all too much, and it's a shame because I really enjoyed the first book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Timothy Miyahara

    The Atlantis World is the climactic finale of The Origin Trilogy. In his debut books, A.G. Riddle created a fresh, diverse and complex story tying together multiple fields of science and history that would make the head spin on a conspiracy theorist. The Atlantis Gene introduced our protagonists, Dr. Kate Warner and MacGyver wannabee David Vale, as they fought an unseen organization while running for their lives. Together, they and their allies raced for a cure to The Atlantis Plague, a global The Atlantis World is the climactic finale of The Origin Trilogy. In his debut books, A.G. Riddle created a fresh, diverse and complex story tying together multiple fields of science and history that would make the head spin on a conspiracy theorist. The Atlantis Gene introduced our protagonists, Dr. Kate Warner and MacGyver wannabee David Vale, as they fought an unseen organization while running for their lives. Together, they and their allies raced for a cure to The Atlantis Plague, a global pandemic threatening an end or alteration to humanity, while unraveling a knotted skein of mysteries surrounding the origin of homo sapiens. The Atlantis World is the final battle for the fate of humankind, revealing the purposes of various factions through millennia of history. The ending is unexpected, but is more traditional science-fiction than the first two books. When the trilogy started, I really didn’t know whether I was dealing with a medical thriller, an espionage story or a conspiracy theory mystery. The conclusion isn’t perfect and the story has its flaws, but Riddle is to be congratulated for an imaginative debut packed with breathtaking adventure, intense suspense and a complex plot spanning eons and the stars. If you are deciding whether to read The Origin Trilogy I would recommend it to people who enjoy complex plots, adventure and science-fiction, but read reviews of the first two books before deciding, and read the books in sequential order. If you are contemplating reading The Atlantis World after reading the first two books, I would encourage it. The complete story makes it more than worthwhile for a fan of the genre. You’ll be able to say you read A.G. Riddle’s freshman work when it was first published. After he gains more experience and his writing matures, A.G. Riddle will be a creator and writer every fan of thrillers and speculative fiction knows.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Hiren Patel

    SPOILER ALERT ***Last of the trilogy. Still a lot of action and some funny scenes, but the scale is too large. At one point he writes of billions of ships... Really? Billions? And Dorian kills Ares with a single punch, repeatedly... Does that really happen, especially since throughout the series Dorian never mentions his special ninja skills. It felt like there was a sprint to the finish and that it was rushed. But still it's an easy read.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lupe Dominguez

    Holy. Moly. This was it. The ending of all endings. Yet also, a beginning. So dramatic was the ending that I literally read it in about 3 hours. I could not wait to find out what the overall end game was going to be. Kate and David, Dorian and Ares. What great characters A.G. Riddle created. I was able to hate, yet have overwhelming compassion for both Dorian and Ares and yet still want the ending to be in Kate and David's favor. They deserved it. And I LOVED Milo. He was the light in the dark ti Holy. Moly. This was it. The ending of all endings. Yet also, a beginning. So dramatic was the ending that I literally read it in about 3 hours. I could not wait to find out what the overall end game was going to be. Kate and David, Dorian and Ares. What great characters A.G. Riddle created. I was able to hate, yet have overwhelming compassion for both Dorian and Ares and yet still want the ending to be in Kate and David's favor. They deserved it. And I LOVED Milo. He was the light in the dark times of this whole journey. The scenes he had he totally stole. Definitely glad I stuck with it, especially with the abysmal first book. However, the big warning I will give about this book is that it is VASTLY different from the others and it is something that the author admits to in his notes at the end. I definitely applaud him for taking the risk that he did. I think it paid off. He probably could have a whole new series with this one, to be honest. I definitely rate the series as a whole as a 5 star simply because the last two books in the set were written to beautifully and really kind of made up for the not so great first one.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Heath

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Honestly, I wish I had just stopped reading at the end of the first book - but I wanted to know how it all ended and what the overall meaning was for it all. I think the author wasn't sure either and just threw a bunch of storylines together and hoped it would work. I loved the overall premise and how the science is a general accurate idea of theoretical physics. I also enjoyed the theme of history repeating itself throughout millennia and how it all leads to the same conclusion. However, the aut Honestly, I wish I had just stopped reading at the end of the first book - but I wanted to know how it all ended and what the overall meaning was for it all. I think the author wasn't sure either and just threw a bunch of storylines together and hoped it would work. I loved the overall premise and how the science is a general accurate idea of theoretical physics. I also enjoyed the theme of history repeating itself throughout millennia and how it all leads to the same conclusion. However, the author had far too many storylines and plot points. I felt extremely letdown after a huge three book arc to build an antagonist duo and they both die so simply. Ares would never just die from being punched a few times and then give up. I had to read that section a few times to make sure I understood it correctly. This was a person who had repeatedly worked through hundreds of thousands of years toward a goal - and he can't handle dying a few hundred times? Why didn't he use his neural link to disable Dorian's resurrection? I'm still scratching my head about that one.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Bryce Fields

    The fact that this series is so highly rated makes me sad for humanity. The first book was okay. The second blah. But this one...this one sucked the very joy out of my soul. If I can do anything to be remembered as being of any worth to the rest of mankind, it would be if my review could prevent at least one of you from wasting your precious seconds reading these books. If just one of you continues your life unscathed by the words of a writer who has never heard the phrase "show don't tell", the The fact that this series is so highly rated makes me sad for humanity. The first book was okay. The second blah. But this one...this one sucked the very joy out of my soul. If I can do anything to be remembered as being of any worth to the rest of mankind, it would be if my review could prevent at least one of you from wasting your precious seconds reading these books. If just one of you continues your life unscathed by the words of a writer who has never heard the phrase "show don't tell", then I would consider my lost damned soul redeemed.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Luca Rossi

    A.G. Riddle is my favorite indie author and all his books are absolutely great!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kayla Williams

    Thank god I finally finished this series. All I can say at this point is that it really showed little improvement to me. Again just like in the first two books it kept repeating "brain wiring" and I swear every time I saw it I wanted to rip my hair out. About halfway into the first book I was irritated with it. By the second book I pretty much had a scowl on my face the entire read. This book was thankfully a quick read but provided no relief. I hated it about as much as the other two. My only i Thank god I finally finished this series. All I can say at this point is that it really showed little improvement to me. Again just like in the first two books it kept repeating "brain wiring" and I swear every time I saw it I wanted to rip my hair out. About halfway into the first book I was irritated with it. By the second book I pretty much had a scowl on my face the entire read. This book was thankfully a quick read but provided no relief. I hated it about as much as the other two. My only interest was to see how it ended and to finally get it out of the way so I can start something else that won't make me go bald. This series sounded good on the outside but as soon as you start getting into it and see what its really like it was just... Blah. Boring and irritating. Sorry but I just couldn't get into it at all.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Russell Quinton

    This series has something for everyone. I especially liked the technology. I don't think the author wrote about anything that is not possible if we survive the challenges to our civilization at this time. His characters were real, his many faceted plots were good. He kept my interest through the entire series. Most also important to me the author is honorable. He did not gain interest in a free book and increase prices on the follow-up. books in the series. Thank you.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Paul

    Excellent end to the trilogy this was a great ending to the trilogy that tied everything up on a grand scale. if you have read the first book, you owe it to yourself to complete the set. you won't be disappointed.

  11. 5 out of 5

    JCUZZ

    Yeah I'm not sure how I feel about this series, the plot seemed pretty unique and I really enjoyed book 1 but I think this series sunk like the space ship🚀 in Antarctica 🇦🇶

  12. 5 out of 5

    Cindy

    This book was not good. I slogged through it and if it was not the third book in the series, I would have pitched it. I read the first book, Atlantis Gene and it was OK, but the second and third book went downhill. The storyline became muddled and confusing. Almost like a mix of stories going back and forth. I thought the climax was building into a good versus evil battle, but that fizzled into a bland ending. Some Star Trek fans of Star Trek Voyager claim this story is copied from an episode of This book was not good. I slogged through it and if it was not the third book in the series, I would have pitched it. I read the first book, Atlantis Gene and it was OK, but the second and third book went downhill. The storyline became muddled and confusing. Almost like a mix of stories going back and forth. I thought the climax was building into a good versus evil battle, but that fizzled into a bland ending. Some Star Trek fans of Star Trek Voyager claim this story is copied from an episode of Star Trek Voyager. The Serpentines are just another name for the Borg. The author did not even change the assimilation numbers used in the episode. I don't know if this is a true fact. I would not recommend this book or the series, especially if it is a copy of a TV episode.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Amber Germann

    A perfect end to an amazing journey The last book in the Atlantis gene trilogy exceeded all my expectations. A.G. Riddle does not fail to give adventure and thrilling excitement to the conclusion of this story. I was pleased with the ending and thoroughly enjoyed this book. The Atlantis World continues the story line of Dr. Kate Warner and David Vale as they try to unravel the missing memories of the fallen Atlanteans. As you journey with Kate and her enemy Dorian Sloane through both time and spac A perfect end to an amazing journey The last book in the Atlantis gene trilogy exceeded all my expectations. A.G. Riddle does not fail to give adventure and thrilling excitement to the conclusion of this story. I was pleased with the ending and thoroughly enjoyed this book. The Atlantis World continues the story line of Dr. Kate Warner and David Vale as they try to unravel the missing memories of the fallen Atlanteans. As you journey with Kate and her enemy Dorian Sloane through both time and space, you finally get all the answers to all the questions. This trilogy was amazing and I would definitely recommend it!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kayz

    3 words- A May Zing!!! I wanted to read the trilogy before writing the review. A. G. Riddle is an inventive, creative author. From the first book, "Atlantis Gene", I was hooked. But as with most series, I was certain the story would lose steam. It never did! I hope this series gets a movie deal. What a great movie this would make, in fact, I want my son to read it,(he is a filmmaker) ! I recommend that this series is a must read to anyone who likes science fiction, futuristic drama, or a really g 3 words- A May Zing!!! I wanted to read the trilogy before writing the review. A. G. Riddle is an inventive, creative author. From the first book, "Atlantis Gene", I was hooked. But as with most series, I was certain the story would lose steam. It never did! I hope this series gets a movie deal. What a great movie this would make, in fact, I want my son to read it,(he is a filmmaker) ! I recommend that this series is a must read to anyone who likes science fiction, futuristic drama, or a really good story. The characters are well defined and the story lines are clear, as well as exciting. 5 stars!!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Mandapanda

    3.75 stars

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jakichan

    Meh. Derivative. There wasn't an original idea in here. It's like a SyFy greatest hits album. You've got Stargate Atlantis + BSG Cylons + Borg.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Mieke Schepens

    De eerste twee delen spelen zich voor het grootste gedeelte op aarde af, maar deel drie De wereld speelt zich grotendeels af in de ruimte. Dat is een heel andere benadering om verder te lezen over deze ontwikkelingen. De wereld start na de proloog in het noorden van Marokko. Het verhaal leest wederom lekker vlot, en hier en daar is een terugblik naar wat eerder gebeurde in de andere delen. Het is raadzaam om alle drie delen te lezen om een optimaal leesplezier te ervaren. De verwarring en spannin De eerste twee delen spelen zich voor het grootste gedeelte op aarde af, maar deel drie De wereld speelt zich grotendeels af in de ruimte. Dat is een heel andere benadering om verder te lezen over deze ontwikkelingen. De wereld start na de proloog in het noorden van Marokko. Het verhaal leest wederom lekker vlot, en hier en daar is een terugblik naar wat eerder gebeurde in de andere delen. Het is raadzaam om alle drie delen te lezen om een optimaal leesplezier te ervaren. De verwarring en spanning na de eerste twee delen van deze trilogie is groot en wordt nog groter in dit laatste deel De wereld. Het avontuur gaat verder dan we hadden kunnen denken. Lees mijn recensie verder op https://graaggelezen.blogspot.nl/2017...

  18. 5 out of 5

    Robtheslob

    On the first read I would give this book 3 stars the first books four stars for it's interesting and creative twisting storyline. However returning to the series a second time a year later it's hard to avoid noticing inconsistencies in plot, character development, and the world the author's built as the intertwined stories are brought to close with a bit of a struggle.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jen | Jen Talks Audiobooks

    There were so many plot twists and turns in this final book that my head was spinning. It was hard to keep up with all the characters and science and general story. So while the trilogy in general was good, I think A. G. Riddle has come a long way in his writing.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Alright, so this is the final book in the trilogy. Up until now, the books have been focused on good humans vs. bad humans, both influenced by an alien race. In the beginning of this installment, the author does a good job of making you question who the good guys really are. This whole time we've been led to believe that David and Kate are the good guys because their motives are purer, but are they really doing the wrong thing for the right reasons? Likewise, Dorian and the bad guys might be doi Alright, so this is the final book in the trilogy. Up until now, the books have been focused on good humans vs. bad humans, both influenced by an alien race. In the beginning of this installment, the author does a good job of making you question who the good guys really are. This whole time we've been led to believe that David and Kate are the good guys because their motives are purer, but are they really doing the wrong thing for the right reasons? Likewise, Dorian and the bad guys might be doing the right thing, just going about it in a terrible way?? We also get a lot more background on the alien race in this book and their motivations. And of course, there is a happy ending for some, even though most of the humans on Earth are dead. Yeah. I was still a little annoyed by the over explaining of all the science, and the repetition of it. It is one thing to recap a few key points from previous books, but this was a lot more than that.

  21. 4 out of 5

    matteo

    This book concludes a wild and crazy series that was by no means bad, but not exactly something I'm going to reread. When I started, I thought it was going to be a Clive Cussler-y story about Atlantis. Instead, it was a science fiction space opera. It still had to do with Atlantis, but not in any way I saw coming. Book three takes things fully into outer space. A lot of the book takes place in flashback memories, finally giving some context to what did not make much sense in book two (and which This book concludes a wild and crazy series that was by no means bad, but not exactly something I'm going to reread. When I started, I thought it was going to be a Clive Cussler-y story about Atlantis. Instead, it was a science fiction space opera. It still had to do with Atlantis, but not in any way I saw coming. Book three takes things fully into outer space. A lot of the book takes place in flashback memories, finally giving some context to what did not make much sense in book two (and which was not really covered at all in book one). The flashbacks take up the majority of this book, which draws away from the immediacy of the current characters' situations... long portions of the book are spent with two of the main characters essentially dreaming and showing the reader what happened millennia before. Meanwhile, the current cast just kind of sits around and waits for the dreamers to wake up so that they can figure out the missing pieces to the story. The reveals in this book were interesting, but a lot could have been better included and introduced periodically through books one and two. Instead, book one is essentially a standalone, book two relies on a lot of information not included until book three, and book three gets bogged down because it has to include so many flashbacks.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Celeste

    Adored this ending. I found it alot easier to understand than the first two (I think). Sure there were some parts that were a little too unbelievable. I did not for one realise that Dorian was stronger than Ares for example. Apart from that am I the only one who noticed that the 3 Atlanteans in the story were not only named after Gods (which is brilliant if you think about it since people in the book treated them as such and the author paid attention to such a teensy detail like this. Brava!), b Adored this ending. I found it alot easier to understand than the first two (I think). Sure there were some parts that were a little too unbelievable. I did not for one realise that Dorian was stronger than Ares for example. Apart from that am I the only one who noticed that the 3 Atlanteans in the story were not only named after Gods (which is brilliant if you think about it since people in the book treated them as such and the author paid attention to such a teensy detail like this. Brava!), but that their names relate to what the gods were supposed to do. For example, In ancient Roman religion and mythology, Janus is the god of beginnings and transitions, thence also of gates, doors, doorways, endings and time. He is usually a two-faced god since he looks to the future and the past.Isis was a protective goddess,she used powerful magic spells to help people in need. And Ares is the god of war. Coincidence? I'm starting to sound like the host on Ripley's. Ok, done now.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Edwin Priest

    With The Atlantis World, A.G. Riddle brings his Origin Mystery to a conclusion, of sorts. In his defense, he does tie it all together. To do so, he takes us out into space and back in time to meet the Atlanteans and their Borg-like enemies. The first and second books blended Greg Bear, Dan Brown, and Michael Crichton, with a dash of the Bourne Identity thrown in. Now we mix in some Star Trek and the Matrix. Quite a mish-mash. Unfortunately, although I suppose everything fits together in the end, With The Atlantis World, A.G. Riddle brings his Origin Mystery to a conclusion, of sorts. In his defense, he does tie it all together. To do so, he takes us out into space and back in time to meet the Atlanteans and their Borg-like enemies. The first and second books blended Greg Bear, Dan Brown, and Michael Crichton, with a dash of the Bourne Identity thrown in. Now we mix in some Star Trek and the Matrix. Quite a mish-mash. Unfortunately, although I suppose everything fits together in the end, all of this wrapping up was all a little disorienting, leaving me feeling confused and not very satisfied.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Michael Flanagan

    The Atlantis World sees the conclusion of A.G Riddles Origins trilogy and it delivers a fitting end to a great series. But be warned this book requires a lot of concentration as it weaves a even more intricate narrative than the other books combined. The author manages to deliver a book that while keeping the feel of the other two books still deliver a completely different experience. As mentioned before this book requires a lot of concentration and can leave you feeling exhausted at times. This The Atlantis World sees the conclusion of A.G Riddles Origins trilogy and it delivers a fitting end to a great series. But be warned this book requires a lot of concentration as it weaves a even more intricate narrative than the other books combined. The author manages to deliver a book that while keeping the feel of the other two books still deliver a completely different experience. As mentioned before this book requires a lot of concentration and can leave you feeling exhausted at times. This for me was an excellent experience as it made me feel like I was working for my entertainment.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Pelosi

    Spelling and grammar errors distracting. While this trilogy was interesting, I kept tripping over spelling and grammar errors. "Alright" is TWO WORDS: all right. Grammar and punctuation errors abounded. Has the author ever heard of the subjunctive case? Also, the pages and pages and pages of history in book two went on for so long, I practically forgot the story line. It was as though the author needed to pad the book in order to meet a quota. Didn't anyone edit or proofread the manuscript?

  26. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Garcelon

    Fantastic!! Loved it!! This trilogy is so great. It was fantastic because it had characters that I really hated, and I wanted them dead, and I wanted them to stay dead. But it also had characters that I loved, and I was practically cheering them on. Since this is the third book in the series, I would recommend reading the first and second book before reading this book. The science is amazing and the sci-fi is terrific too. This is a great book for any age group.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Marla

    The second of this trilogy was a bit slow, normal for a second book & the first was hard to follow up on, but this one doesn't disappoint. I loved the Arc 1701-D, it was pretty much gratuitous but oh, so cool. Everything is finally explained, dolled out over the book and in a satisfactory manner. The fates of Dorian and Ares were kind of what I expected, yet somewhat anti-climatic too. I'm definitely interested in checking out the author's next series.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Anthony Miller

    My least favorite This was my least favorite of the ATLANTIS series books. It was difficult trying to follow time lines and "WHO" was jumping back/ forward in "WHO'S" memories. The characters were OK, but how many times do you have to KILL someone before they stay dead? I was disappointed, since I enjoyed the other books in this series.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    I really enjoyed the culmination of the story about Kate & David. I have read all three books and this gave the story a terrific and incredible ending. I think that the futuristic events needed to be there to bring the book to its conclusion. This trilogy is one that I will be reading again and again. A great read.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sheila

    This last book in the Atlantis trilogy was such a disappointment. The author rushed the telling and did not let the reader experience the events in the story. This became even worse near the end, when plot points were more or less just listed rather than revealed by the interactions of the characters.

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