Assault on Atlantis PDF/EPUB Ö Assault on Kindle -

Assault on Atlantis❮Reading❯ ➵ Assault on Atlantis ➭ Author Greg Donegan – Varanus.us In , BC, the Shadow approaches and destroys the mighty empire of Atlantis, leaving not trace of it other than vague legend Only a handful of survivors, priestesses and warriors survive, knowing they m In , BC, the Shadow approaches and destroys the mighty empire of Atlantis, leaving not trace of it other than vague legend Only a handful of survivors, priestesses and warriors survive, knowing they must pass their legacy down, so that the next time the Shadow comes, mankind will be better preparedNow it has come back But it wants Assault on Kindle - the entire planet Across parallel dimensions, the Shadow has consumed Earth after Earth, but one Earth has repeatedly stopped it oursNow it s not a question of just stopping the Shadow Green Beret Eric Dane, aided by Amelia Earhart, and from the past by the daughter of Crazy Horse must lead an assault into the Space Between and go to the very home of the Shadow and destroy them once and for allA war beyond time An enemy beyond space A thriller beyond your wildest dreams Three areas on the Earth s surface defy explanation the Bermuda Triangle, the Devil s Sea of Japan, and a small region of Cambodia Inside these realms, planes have disappeared, ships have vanished, and, in Cambodia, an entire civilization has been lost leaving behind Angkor WatThe book brings to a close the riveting Atlantis series of books Battles across time and space Massacres and noble sacrifices Creatures and events mankind considered legends come to life All in one terrifying climax with the fate of the world hanging in the balanceIf you enjoyed LOST, you ll love this book and be amazed at the similarities in concept although this book was published before Lost.

Assault on Atlantis PDF/EPUB Ö Assault on  Kindle -
    Assault on Atlantis PDF/EPUB Ö Assault on Kindle - vanished, and, in Cambodia, an entire civilization has been lost leaving behind Angkor WatThe book brings to a close the riveting Atlantis series of books Battles across time and space Massacres and noble sacrifices Creatures and events mankind considered legends come to life All in one terrifying climax with the fate of the world hanging in the balanceIf you enjoyed LOST, you ll love this book and be amazed at the similarities in concept although this book was published before Lost."/>
  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • Assault on Atlantis
  • Greg Donegan
  • English
  • 05 April 2018
  • 0515136301

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    Assault on Atlantis PDF/EPUB Ö Assault on Kindle - vanished, and, in Cambodia, an entire civilization has been lost leaving behind Angkor WatThe book brings to a close the riveting Atlantis series of books Battles across time and space Massacres and noble sacrifices Creatures and events mankind considered legends come to life All in one terrifying climax with the fate of the world hanging in the balanceIf you enjoyed LOST, you ll love this book and be amazed at the similarities in concept although this book was published before Lost."/>
  1. says:

    After reading all six Atlantis books this is another Bob Mayer series that I loved The Atlantis series is similar in style and approach as the Area 51 series where the author blends history with fiction seamlessly The story line is great fun with the unknowns being slowly revealed over the course of the series into a conclusion that wraps up the series.


  2. says:

    The story continues to grow just one book left in this 6 book saga I really hope we find out who The Others and The Shadow are


  3. says:

    After learning that the Shadow has consumed multiple parallel earths, Eric Dane must figure out a way to stop the Shadow and the effects of the Shadow s last attack Millions are dead, the ozone layer is compromised and radioactive gas is spreading like wild fire If the Shadow can t be stopped and the effects reversed, this will be yet another earth consumed.The author manages to combine historical events from the past and combine them with the world he s created to put together another enjoyab After learning that the Shadow has consumed multiple parallel earths, Eric Dane must figure out a way to stop the Shadow and the effects of the Shadow s last attack Millions are dead, the ozone layer is compromised and radioactive gas is spreading like wild fire If the Shadow can t be stopped and the effects reversed, this will be yet another earth consumed.The author manages to combine historical events from the past and combine them with the world he s created to put together another enjoyable read While I have enjoyed the series overall, I m finding the endings a bit rushed with little resolution as it leads to the next book Still good, but a bit redundant


  4. says:

    InterestingAs with much in this series, an end of the world mentality is prevalent History mixed with fiction in an entertaining way, though it may be offensive to some, war is brutal and freedom, indeed our very existence requires many to make the ultimate sacrifice This author is skilled at weaving tales of the past with other timelines in an unusual way I look forward to the next


  5. says:

    Fun read continues.


  6. says:

    As noted before there are errors in the books that need to be cleaned up.


  7. says:

    I love the entire series for a variety of reasons As another reader commented, each of the sequential installments serve as History Lessons, however, contrary to his negative assessment of this fact, I find it to be quite a positive element The strength and inherent quality of a work of Science Fiction lies, in my opinion, in not just the so called, Hard Science composing the core nucleus of whatever Science Fictional embellishments the Author builds his her story around, but also the pe I love the entire series for a variety of reasons As another reader commented, each of the sequential installments serve as History Lessons, however, contrary to his negative assessment of this fact, I find it to be quite a positive element The strength and inherent quality of a work of Science Fiction lies, in my opinion, in not just the so called, Hard Science composing the core nucleus of whatever Science Fictional embellishments the Author builds his her story around, but also the period history either past or future describing the when or the might be component of the Author s World Building ability Bob Mayer establishes himself in most all of his writings, as not just a Science Fiction Author well versed in the core Science used as a platform from which he extrapolates his Science Fictional theoretical embellishments, but also as an exceptionally well read and well researched historian In addition to the fact that I thoroughly enjoy both his writing style and his incredibly imaginative themes, I also look forward to the refresher courses in period history which come free of charge in virtually all of Mayer s novels


  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Assault On Atlantis is the fifth book in the series and it is just as good as the first four Millions are dead and still could die as radioactive gas moves across Russia, towards Europe, while a huge hole in the ozone layer is getting bigger and bigger Dane has to find a way to repair the atmosphere and he has to do it with Shadow technology Otherwise his Earth, a long with others, will fall to the Shadows.Can our Earth survive with help from the past Or will we get help from another Earth w Assault On Atlantis is the fifth book in the series and it is just as good as the first four Millions are dead and still could die as radioactive gas moves across Russia, towards Europe, while a huge hole in the ozone layer is getting bigger and bigger Dane has to find a way to repair the atmosphere and he has to do it with Shadow technology Otherwise his Earth, a long with others, will fall to the Shadows.Can our Earth survive with help from the past Or will we get help from another Earth which is already doomed but wishes to lash back at the enemy Amelia Earhart, Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse, Robert Frost and George Armstrong Custer will all have their parts to play in this struggle.In conclusion, I am hooked on the Atlantis series, but now I want answers Assault on Atlantis earns a conditional recommendation from me if you re an Atlantis series reader, pick it up, but do so knowing that, IMO, plot advancement is limited and that the novel appears to be a big build up to a finale of sorts in the next novel


  9. says:

    I believe this is the 3rd book in a 5 book series and this was the first book that I read Even with me starting reading in the middle of a series..this book was FANTASTIC I literally devoured this book read it in about a day and immediately downloaded this series was on Kindle the other 4 books.Even with the jumps from the past to the present to the Space Between , it was pretty easy to follow the book Plus, the author tied everything together at the end of the book Having past meet I believe this is the 3rd book in a 5 book series and this was the first book that I read Even with me starting reading in the middle of a series..this book was FANTASTIC I literally devoured this book read it in about a day and immediately downloaded this series was on Kindle the other 4 books.Even with the jumps from the past to the present to the Space Between , it was pretty easy to follow the book Plus, the author tied everything together at the end of the book Having past meet present.so to speak.I gave this book a 5 star review on Shelfari.Would I reccomend this book to friends and relatives Absolutely Even though it is the 3rd book in a series, it is also a stand alone book The author does cover what happens the previous books in the first couple of pages.so you don t get lost


  10. says:

    I d enjoyed the previous books in this series, but I had trouble getting through this one Part of my problem might have been the frequent shifting between timelines, though this was a feature of the previous books as well There were also a lot of scientific details, which I had trouble suspending disbelief for, after the assertion that Earth s atmosphere was mostly oxygen I also took issue with the fact that all left handed people and only left handed people were creative and non logical, I d enjoyed the previous books in this series, but I had trouble getting through this one Part of my problem might have been the frequent shifting between timelines, though this was a feature of the previous books as well There were also a lot of scientific details, which I had trouble suspending disbelief for, after the assertion that Earth s atmosphere was mostly oxygen I also took issue with the fact that all left handed people and only left handed people were creative and non logical, while all and only right handed people were logical and non creative Nonsense like this made it hard for me to take the rest of the book seriously

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