The Hunt For Atlantis
Publish date: March 3rd 2010
Publisher: Thorndike Press
Pages no: 725
Edition language: English
Series: Nina Wilde & Eddie Chase (#1)
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DNF stopped at page 192. I like action but it was just too goofy. The characters tried to make everything into a joke. I guess it was suppose to be funny but it wasnt. I think it would have been alot better if the author didn't try to make a comedy out of everything. I had high hopes but it's not to...
This books rating is probably a 3.49 - just low enough that I didn't feel like rounding up, but better than average.
The Hunt for Atlantis is rip-roaring treasure hunting adventure that keeps the fans of this genre on their toes. Andy McDermott doesn't bother trying to be 'literary'. He just writes a fun book here. When a reader goes into this book, they should keep that in mind. McDermott also keeps the narrat...
Not great but not bad either. I couldn't help but fall for Eddie Chase though :) He is definitely my favorite character so far!
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