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The Atlantis Gene: The Origin Mystery, Book 1

The Atlantis Gene: The Origin Mystery, Book 1 review ↠ 3 Is guarding it As the Immari rush to execute their plan a brilliant geneticist makes a discovery that could change everythingDr Kate Warner moved to Jakarta Indonesia to escape her past She hasn't recovered from what happened to her but she has made an incredible breakthrough a cure for autism Or so she thinks What she has found is fardangerous for her and the entire human race Her work could be the key to the next stage of human evolution In the hands of the Immari it would mean the end of humanity as we know itAgent David Vale has spent 10 years trying to stop the Immari Now he's out of time His informant is dead His organization has been infiltrat. This book starts off at a heck of a pace and just keeps it going at times its difficult to keep up with the multiple storylines going on at once but its worth the effortI loved the way the author linked the science fiction plot with actual historical events like the Toba volcanic eruption and Spanish Flu even bringing biblical events in at one stage with the great floodIt does make you thinkSome of the writing is very clumsy at times especially with regard to the romantic storyline between some of the main characters but on the whole its just one of those books you don t want to put downAs an endorsement I ve just started The Atlantis Plague The origin Mystery Book 2

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The Atlantis Gene: The Origin Mystery, Book 1 review ↠ 3 The greatest mystery of all timethe history of human originswill be revealedSeventy thousand years ago the human race almost went extinct We survived but no one knows howUntil nowThe countdown to the next stage of human evolution is about to begin and humanity might not survive this timeThe Immari are good at keeping secrets For 2000 years they've hidden the truth about human evolution They've also searched for an ancient enemy a threat that could wipe out the human race Now the search is overOff the coast of Antarctica a research vessel discovers a mysterious structure buried deep in an iceberg It has been there for thousands of years and something. Oh boy oh boy having a good idea about human evolution et al does not a good book makeYou really have to put together a coherent and sensible storyline and build the narrative around believable characters and eventsGiven that someone actually spent time writing this drivel then I guess one star should be awarded for at least his wasted timeExamples of utter nonsense follow as a guide to readers that have half a brain not to buy this or the others in the trilogyPrologue Apparently a boat with only two cabins has sailed all the way to Antartica with only three people on board AG have you any idea how ludicrous that is have you no idea of the southern ocean They then leave a drunk Naomi in charge of the boat while they trek across the iceberg where apparently they will freeze to death in a couple of hours because they didn t bring any appropriate clothing and of course set off even though they knew that the sun would set in a few hours OK perhaps I can overlook these ludicrous events let s get into the guts of the story with chapter 1Chapter 1 Fourth paragraph in and apparently coffee cups clang when dropped on the floor huh go figureThen Two baddies outside one to the other don t use your gun it might draw attention use your knife oh guess what when inside he does draw his gun and uses itBack to the lab and oh what s that flashing light fire no nothing just ignore it But there are 12 autistic kids left on their own in another room completely unsupervised Never mind I ll check it out in a minute let s talk about these photos you ve got in this box whilst the alarm continuesThen instead of just opening the blinds we are treated to the unbelievable line of twisting the hard plastic cylinder that controlled the blinds It s at this point I just burst out laughing and knew I wouldn t finish the bookOh and back to the baddies with the sidewalks and roads filled with pedestrians crowding the streets everywhere apparently two baddies dressed all in black with ski masks are just overlooked Must be an everyday sight in JakartaBack inside we are told there is no one else in the building no one anywhere Oh hello we have 100 autistic kids in the residential unit We then find a dozen in one room ALL ALONE with no supervision They then take just two of the kids leaving the other 8 in the room and meet the baddies in the corridorThis is where the baddie who told the other one not to draw her gun actually draws his gun unbelievableOh and then I know what they ll do they ll tackle him I m sure he doesn t really mean to use the gun and if he does and shoots us it won t matter about all the other kids in the room and apparently the other 100 odd still somewhere elseWe are 4% into the book and this utter nonsense has done it for me how anyone can read this and give it 45 stars I just can t understandPlease don t waste your money I find it hard to believe anyone actually wrote this it s almost as though it was written by a robot with no grasp of structure or understanding as to how to construct a story or even of basic believable eventsYou ve probably given up reading my rant by now but I just had to get it off my chest please all you normally wonderful reviewers don t let rubbish like this go by with out proper reviews

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The Atlantis Gene: The Origin Mystery, Book 1 review ↠ 3 Ed His enemy is hunting him But when David receives a coded message related to the Immari attack he risks everything to save the one person that can help him solve it Dr Kate WarnerTogether Kate and David must race to unravel a global conspiracy and learn the truth about the Atlantis Geneand human origins Their journey takes them to the far corners of the globe and into the secrets of their pasts The Immari are close on their heels and will stop at nothing to obtain Kate's research and force the next stage of human evolution even if it means killing 999% of the world's population David and Kate can stop themif they can trust each other And stay alive. The Atlantis Gene makes some intriguing points about the origins of humanity but it really reads like three books forced together to become one It would have possibly been a better book if it had concentrated on just one or two of the three genres it tries to cram together like uneasy bedfellows science fact science fiction or fantasyThe basic story concerns a mystery from the past involving the Atlantean race of people A modern offshoot of this race is trying to resurrect the ancient race of Atlanteans and wipe out or enslave the modern human race Only one thing stands in their way a rogue gene which gives ordinary humans immunity from the Atlantean death ray So far so goodThere is the usual cast good guy protagonist good girl victim bad guy antagonist bad guy s henchmen treacherous friends and enemies alike The story spans many continents and is written in a very sparse urgent style which some readers who ask a bit from their prose may find irritatingMy main beef with this book isn t the story or even the cardboard cutout characters It s the style in which the story is told It leaps around from person to person continent to continent and cliffhanger to cliffhanger with characters and conversations offering little explanation of the whole The changes of POV are confusing with multiple characters narrating the same scenes I felt little attraction to any of the characters because just when one of them threatened to become interesting they are snatched away into yet another dramatic moment and left hanging from the cliff edge in a rather contrived wayOn the plus side there s some good action and some genuinely tense moments by far the best part of the story is the flashback diary seuence Finally we get a credible character who is given time to develop his arc and it works very wellThe let down comes from the huge demands on our willingness to suspend disbelief Nothing ejects me from immersion in a story like one of those yeah right moments it makes me feel like the author is taking liberties with the reader Sadly there were three jarring events like this and this set me against the book and encouraged me to be critical than perhaps it really warrantsIt was a decent enough read but the sketchy narrative undeveloped characters and clash of genres made it hard work to finish I won t be buying the others in the series but I m glad the author found success with this series There are FAR better books out there on the indie scene that don t have this author s marketing reach and I would encourage readers to look further afield if you enjoyed this

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  1. says: Free ebook epub The Atlantis Gene: The Origin Mystery, Book 1 – learntopark.co.za

    Free ebook epub The Atlantis Gene: The Origin Mystery, Book 1 – learntopark.co.za Oh boy oh boy having a good idea about human evolution et al does not a good book makeYou really have to put together a coherent and sensible storyline and build the narrative around believable characters and eve

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    review The Atlantis Gene: The Origin Mystery, Book 1 Free ebook epub The Atlantis Gene: The Origin Mystery, Book 1 – learntopark.co.za This book starts off at a heck of a pace and just keeps it going at times its difficult to keep up with the multiple storylines going on at once but its worth the effortI loved the way the author linked the science fiction p

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    Free ebook epub The Atlantis Gene: The Origin Mystery, Book 1 – learntopark.co.za The Atlantis Gene makes some intriguing points about the origins of humanity but it really reads like three books forced together to become one It would have possibly been a better book if it had concentrated on just one or two of the three genres it tries to cram together like uneasy bedfellows science fact science fiction or fantasyThe basic story concerns a mystery from the past involving the Atlantean rac

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    review The Atlantis Gene: The Origin Mystery, Book 1 read & download ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ù A.G. Riddle A.G. Riddle Ù 3 read & download WOW This trilogy was recommended to me by my son so I gave it a go as it sounded very interesting I absolutely loved all three books and read them one after the other The pace is fast throughout and is so exciting if it was a film I would've been on the edge of my seat A story of how as a race we survived when we should have become extinct; this has always intrigued me The author has come up with an original fantastic

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    Free ebook epub The Atlantis Gene: The Origin Mystery, Book 1 – learntopark.co.za I'm a Sci Fi futurist fan and having a son who has Asperges I was intrigued to see where this story was going to go The story is set in the modern day world with hints at what our past may have been and where we as a species may be heading It has a good mix of bad guys good guys and a heroine with a kind of Jason Bourne and Indiana Jones mix A thoroughly enjoyable read and having read this Kindle book in a couple of days I'm looking forward

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