ATLANTIS LA CIUDAD PERDIDA GREG DONEGAN PDF
Libros de Segunda Mano (posteriores a ) – Literatura – Narrativa – Ciencia Ficción y Fantasía: Atlantis: la ciudad perdida – greg donegan. Compra, venta y. Libros sin clasificar: Atlantis. la ciudad perdida – greg donegan. Compra, venta y subastas de Libros sin clasificar en todocoleccion. Lote Atlantis Book Series (2 Books). From Book 1 ATLANTIS, LA CIUDAD PERDIDA (Spanish Edition) by Greg Donegan (). More Buying Choices – Paperback.
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This book started very promising. A power that will overwhelm our science and technology. Jun 05, Baniza rated it really liked pa.
I was looking for a no-brainer novel series to keep my mind fixed on a simple and progressing story in order to break the monotony of my master’s program. I’m looking forward to reading more of Mayer’s craft. Great read The problem is that it needs to be rewritten. I know a lot of books are unedited. Near the end it was a case of not wanting to put it down — having to need what was going to happen next.
Bob Mayer is a professional. Got a bit bored of the word xiudad. There is just something about these books, and this one in particular that makes it hard to get into them. View all 3 comments. Like the Bermuda Triangle, this portion of Cambodian is a triangle of mysterious fog where people and aircraft disappear, a land of strange and deadly monsters the likes of which no one can imagine.
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Interestingly enough, the book was originally published 5 years before the TV show. Each story has a good pace, and he occasionally shows glimpses of how the stories are going to intersect. Just like the first book in the ciucad, the author keeps us engaged with the characters and the action, mixing historical fact with scientific conjecture. Trivia About Bermuda Triangle A flight that Foreman himself was supposed to be a part of.
Bermuda Triangle (Atlantis, #2) by Greg Donegan
geg With all the exotic details, it seems unfortunate that the author focused so much on the increasing nuclear radiation leaking from the various “triangles” across the planet. I hadn’t realized that this is only the first book in a six-book series.
Lots of time wasted on not very creative descriptions. I’m still convinced that Bob Mayer, who can score blurbs from the likes of W. The ending made that clear, though.
I do wish the editors would be more diligent about proofing. The book has several instances of words being inserted where the don’t belong. Bob Mayer can weave a tale that is fresh and compelling. An occasional icudad is one thing, but there are a couple of errors that really interrupt the flow of reading because you have to stop and figure out what the author intended to say.
One stand-out was the geeg from the NSA. I was determined to find this former bestseller and luckily, it Written under one of Bob Mayer’s two pen names: It’s almost impossible to get them all out of a novel-length work. He knows the business and he knows how to do it right. But, four is good. What if the very thing that destroyed Atlantis years ago came back to threaten our world once again? Thus the plot of At,antiswritten by best-selling author Bob Mayer writing under one of his many pen namesunfolds in a series of actions spanning decades, culminating with a taut, action-packed climax that will keep the reader glued to the pages.
I am a fan of books on Atlantis and bought the first part in this series a few days back. I did quite enjoy the giant multi-headed snake monster, and the thing that was like a lion with a crocodile head, or something like that I was hoping for more pay-off in this novel about the Bermuda Triangle and other mysterious “triangles” across the planet, which turn out to be linked to Atlantis, and possibly another dimension. Lists with This Book. I’m a writer, and I know all too well how hard it is to stamp them all out.
Started very promising, too bad it didn’t end that way. There are a lot of similiarities to the hit TV show Lost, espeically the first season.
I liked the past story portion better than the present. There is Foreman, who seems to be grdg more than an obsession with a circulatory system, for one.
Pfrdida did enjoy the premise and adventure though. I mean, it is not an exaggeration to say that there was at least one typo usually several on every page.
The writing was good enough to build imagery and create the characters and locations in my head, and the story was easy to follow, but not boringly so. An uneasy blend of Lovecraftian sci fi and action adventure.
THe suspense tingling and keeping you on the edge of your seat. After reading all six Atlantis books this is another Bob Mayer series that I loved.
Started very prom This book started very promising. In the end, there was actually little that you actually learn. Decades later, Foreman, now with the CIA, sends a group of Army Green Berets into a remote part of Cambodia to retrieve equipment from a crashed spy plane.
The series opens in the Bermuda Triangle and quickly spreads around the globe to other sites marked with similar mysterious disappearances. Less than that, and it’s a book that I really didn’t care for.