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Following in the tradition of Clive Cussler and Matthew Reilly, Andy McDermott takes us on a rollercoaster ride in search of the legendary Atlantis. 

Archaeologist Nina Wilde believes she has found the location of the lost city of Atlantis, and now she wants the opportunity to prove her theory. Someone else though wants her dead! 

With the help of ex-SAS bodyguard Eddie Chase and beautiful heiress Kari Frost, Nina faces a breakneck race against time around the world, pursued at every step by agents of the mysterious and murderous Brotherhood of Selasphoros. From the jungles of Brazil to the mountains of Tibet, from the streets of Manhattan to the depths of the Atlantic Ocean, the hunt for Atlantis leads to a secret hidden for 11,000 years which in the wrong hands could destroy civilization as we know it....

©2009 Andy McDermott (P)2020 Headline Publishing Group Ltd

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Reader is great, story is a bit dull

I thought it lacked imagination. Atlantis was barely described in the book despite visiting near three times. Characters seemed to be used as plot devices in some parts. I thought the Kari development and end didn’t really match up. There were plot holes everywhere. Chase and stockman - was kind of a massive let down. I actually found myself rooting a bit for the frost foundation as the whole holier than thou routine from the hero’s was a bit bloody dull. How many times does that routine need to be done? It basically ripped on Dan browns novel which was a superior text in that regard. Some of it was a bit cringe. The narrator was excellent. I pushed myself to listen to the end of the book but it was a real effort as the story seemed to drag and was predictable. I think the author gave it a really good shot though and wasn’t the worst - I did, after all, listen to the end.

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good stuff.

narrator was too notch. accents on point. could've been multiple people talking. book was super exciting, a blast from start to finish.

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