Beneath the city of God,
A centuries-old secret awaits.
And every power on earth wants it.
The adventure begins with the wreckage of a sunken Nazi submarine and a shocking legacy of Hitler's quest for Atlantis. Archaeologist Conrad Yeats discovers in the ruins of the Third Reich the key to an ancient conspiracy that reaches the highest levels of every major government. Suddenly Yeats is plunged into a deadly race across the Mediterranean, hunted by the assassins of an international organization that will stop at nothing to ignite global Armageddon and revive an empire. And only Serena Serghetti, the beautiful Vatican linguist he loved and lost, can help him save the world from the Atlantis Revelation.
©2009 Thomas Greanias; (P)2009 Simon & Schuster
"Lightning-paced, dagger-sharp, and brilliantly executed." (The Atlantis Revelation)
"Made me gasp out loud." (James Rollins, New York Times bestselling author of The Doomsday Key)
"A giddily-paced, rollicking, globe-spanning tale of adventure, discovery and derring-do that pulled me in from the very first page. It's rare to find a tale as well researched as it is entertaining, and this is it. Best of all, it is pure fun!" (Christopher Reich, New York Times bestselling author of Rules of Deception)
This book had so many complex and improbable threads woven through the story at high speed that I became numb to trying to keep it all straight after a while. It tries hard to be a Clive Cussler type novel but it tries too hard. The author has potential but I had a hard time liking this book and had to make myself finish it.
The story comes to an incredible end. I listened late into the night to see what happened. This will definately be a series that I re-listen to and I hope that down the line we will be able to meet up with the main characters.
A real treat.
I will re-listen to the same book. Narrators can make or break a book. I will follow the same characters writers and narrators.
Rewriting it, slowing it down, un-complicating it
Conrad Yeats, barely
As the book came to an end (thankfully) I thought my head was going to spin off my neck.
I'm soory but I just didn't enjoy this book. I liked the first two, but this third didn't capture me. I loved the plot and structure of the first two and just hated this one. I felt a bit dissappointed.
I didn't have high expectations, but I certainly expected more based on ratings. I got through 2 hours and had to shut it off. Just terrible.
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