The Atlantis Gene
Publish date: 2013
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services
Pages no: 488
Edition language: English
Series: The Origin Mystery (#1)
I was curious about this book, as it was set in Antarctica, like a book I'm writing. There's a lot about this book that's interesting, and there's a lot that I really disliked. I'm not even going to try summing up the story, since it follows multiple points of view and covers so much story. Suffice ...
This is a review of The Atlantis Gene (The Origin Mystery, Book 1) by A.G. Riddle. This was an interesting book for me, the moral of the story I had heard before but at the start of the book I never saw foresaw how it would end and the book seemed to take a turn every time I had grasped what was goi...
Bleh, no short synopsis this time. I really wanted to like this book, but the ‘thriller’ bits definitely outweighed the ‘sf’ bits, to the point where I got tired of reading about spies and started skimming forward. Maybe book 2 would be more my thing, but I’m not convinced that I want to buy the sec...
Couldn't finish it. Just like the other reviewers state, it reads like a synopsis of a screenplay. I got about 70 percent through after multiple attempts, but there are better books to spend my time on. DNF!
The book blurb sounded interesting. Sadly enough this book did not impress me. The basic story is not too bad and the writing itself is acceptable. The major problem I have with this book is that it plays out too much like an American TV-series. It is a rather unbelieavable ride of conspiracies, twi...
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