After giving up trying to enjoy the book I tried to find another use for it and started reading it at night instead of taking a sleepin. An ID in a nearby purse reads “Atlantis Black.” since author notes tell you what they are based on. I liken this book to getting punched in the stomach repeatedly. Thrilling!!

This book would be good for anyone interested in. is reveal the secret that her sister never found: it's not physical separation from the small town that gets you out of it, it's the mental/maturing separation that allows you to move beyond the town.

The author himself is a professor of archeology at Cambridge for crying out loud and has led numerous underwater excavations and written extensively on the topic. The experience of reading the edition that I read was ruined by the editor, Egerton Sykes, and his constant interjections and corrections.

The precision and economy of the words and structure of the work was perfectly suited to the episodic nature of the story with memories planted throughout for reflection and context.

I wanted to like this book so much!

I liked the way he showed similarity between various language types and how they could evolve from one to the other. His many publications on ancient shipwreck sites have appeared in scientific journals, books and popular magazines. i've got the soft copy but it's really annoying reading on the screen, i'd love to own the original thou i know it may cost a fortune. The plot is too complicated and there are too many characters to keep track of who are eventually revealed to have other identities.

Not the story for me. It was avidly supported by publications of Helena Blavatsky and the Theosophical Society as well as by Rudolf Steiner.

This book was right up my street and provides a very convincing argument that most of the modern wider world, with its myths, religions and customs stem from a common ancestry in an ante-diluvian world. Atlantis: The Antediluvian World is a pseudoarchaeological book published in 1882 by Minnesota populist politician Ignatius L. Donnelly, who was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1831. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness.
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I NEED the sequel. The trilogy is now in development to be a major motion picture. . The sinking continent in every culture's flood myths. Probably more 100 pages than it really deserves. But, I still like the idea of Atlantis. Start by marking “Atlantis: The Antediluvian World” as Want to Read: Error rating book. [citation needed], Donnelly discusses many aspects of his proposed theory in extreme detail.

The name is not only feared, but shunned and reviled. The great classic of Atlantis, this book more than any other established the existence of this lost continent for the modern world. Lots of characters and story goes from one perspective to another. I've been a big fan of the little mermaid ever since I was a little girl and now reading this adult version makes me swoon big time! The word “probably” doesn’t mean “definitive proof” like this guy seems to think it does. I mean look how vampires were once just scary one dimensional characters but now they are the passionate undying bad boys we love to read about.

For over 500 years he ruled fairly and well until someone framed him for the sinking of the island and the resulting deaths of many Atlanteans. After giving up trying to enjoy the book I tried to find another use for it and started reading it at night instead of taking a sleeping pill, but it couldn't even put me to sleep because it just made me angry at how bad it was and the fact that I paid money for it.

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If you love the fantasy genre, this is the season for you! Unable to add item to List. If others would like Mari and the whirlwind romance between her and Ambrose, then I'm not certainly not one of them.

.orange-text-color {color: #FE971E;} Discover additional details about the events, people, and places in your book, with Wikipedia integration. The way the book is written though -IN MY OPINION- is... Callow. Luckily, these 32 novels are ready to sweep you away to vastly different eras and... From an extraordinary discovery in a remote desert oasis to a desperate race against time in the ocean depths, a team of adventurers is about to find the truth behind the most baffling legend in history. The h's in words like head, hear, etc where in fact read as b's making them bead, bear, and so forth. No, really. I gave up.

This book would be good for anyone interested in Poetry, Literature, Astronomy, the Ancient world, Egyptology, Native American studies, Evolution of Language, and Cartography.

What this book is billed as: a punk-rock-true-crime memoir. Why leave a loose end that makes it feel like a rush job with all the unanswered questions about the other characters? I wasn't sure whose book I was reading.

I am so freaking in love with this book and DK Combs' writing.

I read the whole thing in one sitting.

Usually this's the kind of book I could truly love. Refresh and try again.

I LOVE THIS BOOK! But I just found myself cringing at so much of the dialogue and character 'development'. I anticipated a smart thriller and found a lot of interesting information and theories. I found this book quite interesting and convincing. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. The Atlantis Gene: A Thriller (The Origin Mystery, Book 1), Legion Books; 1st Edition (March 27, 2013), Reviewed in the United States on August 13, 2017. Some interesting fiction facts indeed about Atlantis. Suspenseful and poetic, it's hard to summarize. That Little Mermaid/Disney Princess/Damsel in Distress culture is so central to pop culture it's hard to alter mermaid theme novels into the same fan base as other mystical creatures. Refresh and try again. The Book of Atlantis Black: The Search for a Sister Gone Missing will have you questioning facts, rooting for secrets, and asking what it means to know the truth. Normally I am intrigued by books about mental illness in families but the way this author wrote about her sister and mother was never fleshed out.

I love just about EVERYTHING I just read.

Donnelly presupposes and favors the transmission hypothesis and sees such correspondences between early cultures as evidence of a common source which he associates with Plato's Atlantis. I love this book so much. ―New York Times, "A mixture of biography and true crime, this narrative .

I mean look how vampires were once just scary one dimensional characters b. I loved this book. Beautifully written, haunting tale of a troubled, attractive sister.

The guy knows his stuff, but a bit of a waste of time.

Everything moved way to fast. I have always been fascinated by the ancient world, the mystery of forgotten ages and crumbling ruins. Top subscription boxes – right to your door, © 1996-2020,, Inc. or its affiliates.

The pace is fast throughout and is so exciting, if it was a film I would've been on the edge of my seat. Attracting hundreds of thousands of readers and stimulating vast debate, it influenced generations of people including countless scientists who went on to do serious work in their fields, and numerous science-fiction writers. Plus, the main Character Mari was an airhead. I could not put it down.

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What a book!! A book I read many years ago when researching Atlantis - the myths, the legends and the theories.

I intially picked it because I am obsessed with all things mythical and Atlantis is at the top of the list (with dragons). Even if the content needed to be updated, I think it would have been much better to leave the original text intact and add the corrections in footnotes and/or endnotes. I could merely bear this until page 100. I have chosen to review two titles together primarily because they represent the foundation of modern thought on that mystic island in the sea, Atlantis.

[1], Many of its theories are the source of many modern-day concepts about Atlantis, including these: the civilization and technology beyond its time, the origins of all present races and civilizations, and a civil war between good and evil.

Lets talk about race. I have no desire to read the sequels and feel disappointed in the lost potential. It was like Batman - you know, the “Good thing I brought my Alphabet Soup decoder!” Batman. I almost quit on this book because it was just awful. Ambrose Katariglos was forced into the role of king of Atlantis when he was basically a teenager due to the deaths of his parents. The Atlantis: The King's Return starts with a good beginning. Nevertheless, the good guys appear in the next chapter with only minor injuries, and the reader has no inkling as to how they got there.

The characters, the story, everything. A backstory first: my fiance and I used to get each other romance novels and use a bright yellow highlighter on the really gross, terrible parts.

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I had high hopes for this book since it was advertised as a techno thriller about human origins and evolution.

All ancient cultures (North and South American, Egyption, European, African, Indian, Asian) have the Deluge/Flood mythology. One night, authorities raided Ming's village and brutally took her to a remote children’s house for re-education.

I read about 50 books a year and it's pretty rare that I would give up on a book after the first 20 pages or so.

He actually does a fairly good job for a writer of his time.

The Atlantis Plague (The origin Mystery Book 2), Three books for the price of one! This turned out to quite different than I expected. For over 500 years he ruled fairly and well until someone framed him for the sinking of the island and the resulting deaths of many Atlanteans. Maybe a younger brain will do better. Start by marking “Atlantis (Jack Howard, #1)” as Want to Read: Error rating book. This was a surprisingly quick read. There are a lot of facts that support some of his ideas, but some of his ideas are real stretches.

With help from Katya, a mysterious Kazakh woman who helped translate the message, and someone that Jack falls for, they put together the puzzle and go deep-sea diving into their submersibles to search for clues under the sea.

Let’s face it, 2020 is making us long for other timelines.

This book is so spectacularly terrible you might want to read it to just wallow in the terribleness.

I really loved the premise of this book.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Some cool illustrations. A great compilation of evidence favoring Atlantis as a real place.

It's a bit difficult to read since it was written about a hundred years ago... but the amount of info and theories in this book are astounding, and well worth the read!

A "non-fiction" scientific investigation into the existence and history of Atlantis. The real problem is that who ever transferred the book to digital did not read the book or read the finished product to make sure that the words match up. There's lots to discover here in terms of books, magicware, events and advice.

O.M.G. This is the only novel I've rated withing finishing it. But who knows, it could have bean an asteroid that caused the Deluge/Flood. A great compilation of evidence favoring Atlantis as a real place. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Fingerprints of the Gods: The Evidence of Earth's Lost Civilization by Graham Hancock (Goodreads …

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