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Atlantis God: A Novel

Post Office - Charles Bukowski, Marisa Caramella When I first picked up Atlantis God, I had no idea this was part of a much larger series. What caught my attention was the word “Atlantis” and it was an immediate reaction to hit “Request”. Anything on this subject has always caught my attention and I was thrilled when I found this.

Jack Howard is a world renowned diver, adventurer and underwater archaeologist. His discovery of Atlantis (in a previous book) changed everything and it keeps coming. When a volcano erupted blocking the way into the underwater city, he hopes he can get one last look before it’s lost forever. Can he find the information he’s hoping for or will it all be lost forever?

This book had so many twists and turns, story lines that diverged and intersected and action jumping off the page I couldn’t put it down. I had to know what Jack would find and how the story would unfold. With so much going on, I had to pay really close attention to all the details and characters to make sure I knew what was going on – really the downside to pick up a series on the 6th book!

How the lost city of Atlantis ties in with a secret bunker in the middle of a forest is quite interesting. The events leading up to what actually happens in that bunker and what they uncover is fantastic and I don’t to give anything away that might spoil the story line!

Will I recommend this book? Yes! I would recommend starting with the first book in the series – which I’m in the process of hunting down myself. For those who love Clive Cussler, Andy McDermott and the like – this is definitely something you should check out. Will I read more by this author? Most definitely. I want to start the Jack Howard series from the beginning and see how he finds Atlantis to begin with!