• The Demon City

  • Atlantis Rising Trilogy, Book 2
  • By: Evan Currie
  • Narrated by: Cassandra Campbell
  • Length: 11 hrs and 43 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (195 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Born in flame and flood, the newly born community of Atlantis has begun to rebuild from being forced from their homes by the Demonic hordes. For Elanthielle however, the war is still out there. Plagued by dreams that may mean more than they seem - as well as her own burning urge to strike back at the demons that took everything from her - Elan becomes convinced that something vital is about to happen to alter the course of humanity’s fate; something far deadlier than anything Earth has faced thus far.

As the demons prepare their endgame, and Elan sets herself against a demon horde of immeasurable strength, higher powers are watching...and with all else now lost, the watchers make a play of their own.

From the Devil’s Triangle to the Demon Sea, the war for Earth has just begun.

©2018 Evan Currie (P)2018 Podium Publishing

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Excellent Continuation

Excellent continuation of Book 1. Not what I would consider to be a deep or thought provoking story, the story moves forward briskly, personalities develop and entertaining new characters are introduced.

Cassandra Campbell's narration is superb. While this story line is very good, I get the impression that she could read a Latin funeral dirge and somehow make it feel like a gripping story. The voices and inflections realistic, emotional and entertaining. No surprise that she is the narrator of choice for so many authors.

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Dumb people

As you listen to this story you keep wondering how did we lose why were we so blind then you watch the news and you wonder

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Another Evan Currie smash

loved the book. keep on writing Evan. I will go to book #3 now. I'm sure I won't be disappointed

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Anxiously awaiting book 3

As one of the latest releases from Evan Curry, it exceeds all expectations, great work.

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Currie continues to impress us with his marvelous world building.

Evan Currie has a fabulous imagination. His talent for world building— whether sci-fi or fantasy— is exceptional. The settings and characters are vividly portrayed and his action and battle sequences are thrilling. I’m sure we’ll remember them for years to come. I’d rate this a four and a half if it were possible, leaving a half star’s room for putting his space series (On Warrior’s Wings and Odyssey) at a perfect five. Sadly, after the sequel to this book we’ve read almost everything Currie has written. We’ve never been been disappointed with any of his books and recommend all of them wholeheartedly. I think they would appeal to a wide range of readers, since my husband’s taste and mine differ quite a bit, but we both really enjoyed all Currie’s work. Give him a try; you won’t be disappointed!

The reader for this series (Cassandra Campbell) does a wonderful job on the characters, both male and female, making this series all the more entertaining. Her villainess in this story I is particularly delicious! Bravo! We will definitely seek out other audiobooks read by her.

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Reminds me of Horizon Zero Dawn. But with demons I wonder what kind of galactic terror these things really are.

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following from book one

Didn't seem to quite mesh with book one as it went from more scfi to more fantasy but not bad though

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Very good

(I don't understand why it says this is optional but won't let me go on without it.) The characters are sometimes a bit squirrely but the rest is great.

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Currie delivers another excellent story

Yet another Currie novel I have through enjoyed. I find his writing style well paced and the performance Campbell delivered the story perfectly. Anxiously awaiting their next effort!

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  • 07-17-22

interesting concept, poor execution

Monologuing villains, combat at superhuman speeds leaving time for conversation between blows and a Mary-Sue