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Atlantis Gate❴Reading❵ ➸ Atlantis Gate Author Greg Donegan – Varanus.us Former Green Beret Eric Dane has a cataclysmic dream that the earth was engulfed in flames years ago Is it a warning of things to come If the world s end came in , then where is the world now Dane and Former Green Beret Eric Dane has a cataclysmic dream that the earth was engulfed in flames years ago Is it a warning of things to come If the world s end came in , then where is the world now Dane and his team must find the answers before mankind becomes history at the hands of its oldest enemy The Shadow, which invaded ten centuries ago and destroyed Atlantis August.

Paperback  ¶ Atlantis Gate MOBI µ
  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • Atlantis Gate
  • Greg Donegan
  • English
  • 05 October 2017
  • 0425185729

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  1. says:

    Darn if I can explain why I like this series Good ole sci fi action might be one thing This particular book was so fun to read because part of the story dealt with in 480 BC King Leonidas and his 300 Spartans to Thermopylae as they try to delay the massive Persian Army Could not help but think of the Frank Miller comic series and the 300 movies I just recently picked up the last two books for free in this series and plan to knock this out soon.I am also returning to the Mission 51 series Darn if I can explain why I like this series Good ole sci fi action might be one thing This particular book was so fun to read because part of the story dealt with in 480 BC King Leonidas and his 300 Spartans to Thermopylae as they try to delay the massive Persian Army Could not help but think of the Frank Miller comic series and the 300 movies I just recently picked up the last two books for free in this series and plan to knock this out soon.I am also returning to the Mission 51 series as well, just starting the 3rd book in that series


  2. says:

    The world is about to end The multi dimensional enemy known as the Shadow is about to devour the vary essence of earth unless two warriors can reach each other across the ages One is Eric Dane, former Green Beret, and the hero of author Bob Mayer s Atlantis series The other is King Leonidas, best known for leading 300 Spartans and other Greeks against a Persian army ofthan one hundred thousand during the battle of Thermopylae in 480 BC Leonidas must hold back the Persians to allow Dane The world is about to end The multi dimensional enemy known as the Shadow is about to devour the vary essence of earth unless two warriors can reach each other across the ages One is Eric Dane, former Green Beret, and the hero of author Bob Mayer s Atlantis series The other is King Leonidas, best known for leading 300 Spartans and other Greeks against a Persian army ofthan one hundred thousand during the battle of Thermopylae in 480 BC Leonidas must hold back the Persians to allow Dane time to battle his way through the Space Between dimensions and time and retrieve the only device that can stop the Shadow.As improbable as this plot sounds, the author makes it work Mayer has a particular talent for mixing historic fact with fiction in this case science fiction A multi genre writer, all of Mayer s works are rooted in history, the kind of writing that sends readers like myself back to the history books to readabout the events he describes His description of the battle of Thermopylae, though fictionalized, provides a realistic view of Spartan life and tactics Atlantis Gate is Mayer s fourth entry in his Atlantis series There are at least twobooks in the series So the earth isn t safe yet


  3. says:

    Another good, light read from the author of the Area 51 series Action packed Though I am not a big fan of the back and forth chapters between past and present I feel he is just using the past chapters as fillers That s just my opinion But, I do look forward to Assault on Atlantis.


  4. says:

    This has to be the best so far in the series Simply because of the description of the Spartans and their fighting tactics They completely gave me chills


  5. says:

    Answers, andmystery Deeper into the rabbit hole with Mayer leading the way Can t wait to read the next book in this series


  6. says:

    A fascinating blend of history and fiction Well done.


  7. says:

    Continues the shifting between a past time and modern time scenes, but now brings in other universes Interesting and fascinating


  8. says:

    Poet Robert Frost who also hears the voices, tries to warn the president of the dangers of the Shadow before going on a top secret mission.In 480 BC, King Leonidas leads his 300 Spartans on a dangerous mission to hold against the Persian army Accompanying him is a Priestess who has another agenda, to save the world from the Shadow.In present time, the Shadow is once again threatening the world and Eric Dane must travel to the space between and work with Amelia Earhart to discover how all of the Poet Robert Frost who also hears the voices, tries to warn the president of the dangers of the Shadow before going on a top secret mission.In 480 BC, King Leonidas leads his 300 Spartans on a dangerous mission to hold against the Persian army Accompanying him is a Priestess who has another agenda, to save the world from the Shadow.In present time, the Shadow is once again threatening the world and Eric Dane must travel to the space between and work with Amelia Earhart to discover how all of these time lines matter to stop the attack.Somehow this author takes all of these time lines and manages to converge them together in a highly engrossing story Surprisingly, even with all the times, the book is easy to follow and makes one interested in the actual history of these times Although a bit far fetched Sci fi what Sci fi isn t , it still manages to hold my interest four books into the series I m looking forward to the next book


  9. says:

    Atlantis Gate is the third book in a five part series by Greg Donegan a pen name for Bob Mayer As it is so far along in the series there is little time given for back story or character development Gates start opening all around the world in the present and past and the Shadow start making their move.I believe books should stand on their own even if they are part of a series It isn t always possible to start at the beginning Atlantis Gate doesn t live up to that standard It may very well Atlantis Gate is the third book in a five part series by Greg Donegan a pen name for Bob Mayer As it is so far along in the series there is little time given for back story or character development Gates start opening all around the world in the present and past and the Shadow start making their move.I believe books should stand on their own even if they are part of a series It isn t always possible to start at the beginning Atlantis Gate doesn t live up to that standard It may very well be good book having arrived at it after having read the previous two books By itself, though, it is a choppy, disjointed narrative that is somewhere between mystery thriller and science fiction.The five part series is Atlantis Bermuda Triangle 2000 Atlantis Devil s Sea 2001 Atlantis Gate 2002 Assault on Atlantis 2003 Battle for Atlantis 2004


  10. says:

    A good and exciting novel like its predecessors The plot is set at different times and places as usual What I liked best this time is the character of the Spartan King Leonidas who the author developed with care and understanding Of course, again it is a fight between good and bad, of bad superpowers and weak men who can only defend themselves against an anonymous timeless enemy by using extraordinary ingenuity, which makes them stronger than they think they are On the time level of 480 B A good and exciting novel like its predecessors The plot is set at different times and places as usual What I liked best this time is the character of the Spartan King Leonidas who the author developed with care and understanding Of course, again it is a fight between good and bad, of bad superpowers and weak men who can only defend themselves against an anonymous timeless enemy by using extraordinary ingenuity, which makes them stronger than they think they are On the time level of 480 B.C this is mirrored by Leonidas self denying bravery and the absolute wickedness of Xerxes.I, myself, this novel has a finale that could be a worthy ending to the series Sure, this ending is in no way final

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