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The Real Atlantis

In the Eye of the Sahara
Narrated by: Martin K. Ettington
Length: 1 hr and 27 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (27 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

There have been many books and movies about whether Atlantis really existed and where it was located. Now we have a new candidate location which meets the criteria established by Plato much better than any of the other candidates. 

A location which is the exact same size as the fabled city and is located by more than one ancient source. 

The story of the Eye of the Sahara is truly amazing and once you hear it you will become convinced like I am of this logically being the real location of the mythical city of Atlantis. 

Lots of history and related information in this study of where Atlantis was really located. 

©2018 Martin K. Ettington (P)2018 Martin K. Ettington

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A good, fun read. I didn't enjoy it quite as much. Occasionally some fairly cliche character actions and I felt that character development had essentially stalled.

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The story line is interesting and well developed. The story well makes you wonder about are where we came from and where we are going. Happy listening.

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A realistic understanding of genetics and genetic possibility. Great research on human development and an excellent understanding of the role of RNA in gene modification. So, science aside, interesting arguments. I will read more by this author.

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It started strong but fell flat in the middle. So much of the middle felt almost like it wasn't the same author and was just filler.

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the story is well written with great imagination. The ideas lend to many "what if" musings. I have given it 5 stars for the quality of content.

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Once you start listening to, you'll find it is difficult to put down. The author writing is intriguing and characters realistic. Enjoyable reading. And highly recommend reading.

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Kudos to the author!

The whole trilogy has to be read to understand what is going on and I would not wait too long between books as it would be easy to forget how some of the characters are related and developed. Complex story line. Kudos to the author. Very imaginative.

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There's a reason this book is selling so well. If you haven't had a chance to read this series, pick it up. This is a clean, tense read. I enjoyed how the subject matter was handled, and I enjoyed learning all sorts of historical tidbits.

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This is not a light read, but if you enjoyed the first in this series, I strongly suggest you read this second installment. I am very much looking forward to the third book in this series.

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This book is even more fast paced and full of action than its predecessor, so be sure to have drinks and food close at hand, because you won't be leaving your chair for quite some time. I absolutely loved this book.