As a thriller novel this book was an excellent page turner, however as the final book in a series it was a sorry disappointment. The story line independent of the other two books would have been interesting but as part of the series it provided zero character development and took the easy way out at every opportunity. This is the third book of this set, the most recent that I have read. I just couldnt suspend disbelief which is something that the writer should be able to facilitate for the reader. The plot around Judas' coins and the Dei was crazy but it was another thing that seemed lacking in information.
E' una brutta copia di Rollins che a sua volta è una brutta copia di Brown e Cooper, quindi già non partiamo bene. This debut novel of the series was followed by The Atlantis Prophecy, which came out in 2008. Actually, I'm more done with Serena. Archaeologist Conrad Yeats discovers in the ruins of the Third Reich the key to an ancient conspiracy that reaches the highest levels of every major government. This story follows him and Serena Serghetti as they investigate the Third Reich's investigation of Antarctica-looking for Atlantis.
Un hombre sin escrúpulos, arrogante y decidido a todo con tal de tener más y más dinero para él. When a very old organization that is even more powerful than the government sets Washington in its sights, the nation is in trouble. It tries hard to be a Clive Cussler type novel but it tries too hard. I so wanted to love it and was certain that I would, but it just fell flat in too many aspects. I liked this book a lot, mostly because it involves an alternate-history style story. In the process, it also exposes a monument that may be older than the Earth— if that is even possible.
Rai Aren, co-author of Secret of the Sands Thomas Greanias- The Atlantis Revelation Pocket Star Books 2010 4 Stars Conrad Yeats is exploring the inside of a destroyed Nazi submarine following clues that have led him to what could be a deadly discovery. Far from being in trouble, they want Yeats to help them to unlock a key that might hold the answers to the origin of the human race itself. Best of all, it is pure fun! From the New York Times bestselling author of Raising Atlantis and The Atlantis Prophecy comes an explosive new international thriller jam-packed with political and prophetic intrigue. It is a sore spot. He could have let her squirm a bit more though. You can rest assured when you pick up any of the books in the Atlantis trilogy that you will be turning pages super fast. The adventure begins with the wreckage of a sunken Nazi submarine and a shocking legacy of Hitler's quest for Atlantis.
I found it interesting to see what Yeats uncovers and how he deals with the situations he is dealt. Es necesario para ubicar mejor la historia, aunque si algo le ha fallado gravemente al autor, es la ausencia de fechas al inicio de los capítulos, porque en un capítulo Conrad está en Corfú y al siguiente está en Suiza bueno, algo así, ustedes me entienden y uno no sabe ni cuántos días han pasado, además de todos los rollos legales de entrada o salida de un país y más aún si se tienen líos con la justicia. The book has a lot of parts and complexity put it is a fairly simple story where the good guys and bad guys are easy to see, and you know from the beginning that everything will work out for our hero. Shop Worldwide: » » Order of Thomas Greanias Books. Conrad again miraculously defends the forces of the Alignment saving the world and winning the girl. Praised by the biggest names in thrillers, The Atlantis Revelation is an unforgettable blockbuster. Reminds me of a 007 movie.
But not everyone wants them to succeed. In spite of the obviousness of the plot and unrealistic, unexplained ability of the hero to escape certain death and outwit them all, I did enjoy the story which contained some interesting scenes, information and dialog. As the third book in a mediocre trilogy, I didn't expect much from The Atlantis Revelation, and yet it still managed to disappoint. His books in print have been translated into multiple languages and sold in 200 nations around the globe. Jam-packed with political and prophetic intrigue and praised by the biggest names in thrillers, The Atlantis Revelation is an unforgettable blockbuster. Hawke discovers that the victims are connected through one man: Spider Payne, a rogue intelligence officer.
The story takes us over Europe, the Meditarian, and Israel. This lures Conrad into another conflict with the Alignment that draws him deeper into the Alignment than ever before. Hoping this author will write more exploring Yeats' background. I am more interested in the previous books in this series; although I did enjoy the read. The series stars main character Conrad Yeats. It was so ridiculous it seemed as if the writer was literally making it all up as he went along, like a nine year old writing a story in a hurry for a class assignment.
The adventure begins with the wreckage of a sunken Nazi submarine and a shocking legacy of Hitler's quest for Atlantis. Conrad again miraculously defends the forces of the Alignment saving the world and winning the girl. I don't like how callous she is, and how she's a liar and cheat in certain ways. Fue encontrado en la antártida, congelado en el hielo por el Griffter Griffin Yeats, quien lo adopta como su hijo y lo lleva de regreso a América. I loved the introduction to this book.
Es un tipo pagado de sí mismo, un poco divertido, demasiado inteligente, intuitivo y con unas excéntricas amistades. La historia está dividida en cuatro partes: Corfú isla griega en el Mar Jónico , que es en donde se desarrolla la primera parte, con un capítulo situado en el Círculo Ártico. A definite page turner although I listened to the book. It answers no questions, just creates new ones, and doesn't deliver what I think the reader deserves. I enjoyed this book and the precedeing books but I really hate the ending and the set up for a fourth book as well as the introduction of the new character for the Book that is a spin off. These were well-written but it is the stories that I found lacking.
Summary: Great read but do not expect any answers. The adventure begins with the wreckage of a sunken Nazi submarine and a shocking legacy of Hitler's quest for Atlantis. I classify it as forgettable, and yet I did read it all the way through. What those objects were, where they came from, and who - or what - might be inside them is the subject of fierce debate and equally fierce mockery, so that most who glimpsed them came to wish they hadn't. Si disfrutan de los libros de Dan Brown, creo que esto les puede gustar. The only person willing to take them in is a man named Mulberry, but his home isn't the safest place for two innocent children. The author has potential but I had a hard time liking this book and had to make myself finish it.