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Summary

A global cataclysm beyond imagination...a mysterious signal from space...and one last hope to save the human race: The Atlantis World.

As the clock ticks down to humanity's extinction, a team of scientists will risk it all to unravel the secrets of the past.

Northern Morocco: Dr. Kate Warner cured a global pandemic, and she thought she could cure herself. She was wrong. And she was wrong about the scope of the Atlantis conspiracy. Humanity faces a new threat, an enemy beyond imagination. With her own time running out and the utter collapse of human civilization looming, a new hope arrives: a coded message from a potential ally.

Arecibo Observatory: Mary Caldwell has spent her life waiting, watching the stars, looking for signs of intelligent life beyond our world. When that day comes, Mary finds herself in the middle of a struggle older than the human race, with far greater stakes. She must decide who to trust, because there's nowhere to hide.

Antarctica: In the wake of the Atlantis Plague, Dorian Sloane finds himself a puppet to Ares' mysterious agenda. As Dorian prepares to take control of the situation, Ares unleashes a cataclysm that changes everything. As the catastrophe circles the globe, Ares reveals the true nature of the threat to humanity, and Dorian agrees to one last mission: find and kill David Vale and Kate Warner. There will be no prisoners this time. The orders are seek and destroy, and Dorian has been promised that his own answers and salvation lie on the other side.

With Dorian in pursuit, Kate, David, and their team race through the ruins of the Atlantean ship left on Earth, across Atlantean science stations throughout the galaxy, and into the past of a mysterious culture whose secrets could save humanity in its darkest hour. With their own lives on the line and time slipping away, Kate, David and Dorian are put to the ultimate test.

©2014 A.G. Riddle (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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A good ending

Although I enjoyed having the summation of the trilogy I found this story the least engaging of the 3. The extent of the retrospective nature of the story got a bit tedious in places and I found myself only half listening but overall I enjoyed the story and it’s characters.

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STUNNINGLY BRILLIANT YET AGAIN !!!

OH MY GOD !!! WOW !!! I have thoroughly enjoyed my journey through the ATLANTIS Trilogy !! from Book 1 "The Atlantis gene" to it's ultimate ending in "The Atlantis World" !!! As ALWAYS, I do NOT do spoilers or plot twists,.........So it is hard to sometimes leave reviews that tell you what to expect !! BUT, this is a FANTASTIC Sci-Fi Trilogy, with a Love story within it !!! Thrilling, suspenseful & thought provoking, as ALL Sci-Fi should be !!! What a Brilliant ending to the Atlantis trilogy !!! I have LOVED every A.G. Riddle book I have listened too / read !!! Can't wait for my next journey with him at the helm !!!

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On the full trilogy...

Clunky prose mangled by lackluster narration failed to stop this trilogy actually being quite fun.

Across the three books the story morphs from James-Bond-meets-Indiana-Jones thriller to full on sci-fi exposition dump, showing its roots all the way. The result is a sci-fi greatest hits melange, taking in human origins, Atlantis, post-apocalypse, alien invasion, hidden alien artifacts, genetic manipulation and more. Badly written and read, the whole is saved by the fun and engaging plotting.

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perfect for 14 year olds

convoluted plot, that uses a sledge hammer to carve out the characters. Most irritating was the ham fisted story recaps. It felt at certain points that the narrator was even embarrassed by the text... considering that, he did a good job. Story gets one extra star for at least being different.

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Good but could have been one book.

I felt I had to finish this epic tale, but I do feel it was overlong and drifted into a number of all too convenient plot tie ups. but in the end, it was good enough, but no more.

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Could of been longer

I like the end of this series but i found the book could of been long the end seemed to be rushed a little, leaving you with more questions!

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Hard work

I really enjoyed the first two books in this series and looked forward to an exciting conclusion but was quite disappointed.
I found this book confusing, I'm still trying to work out exactly what happened and how!
I also found the narrator annoying at times with his American pronunciation of certain words - what is a bewey?
All in all, I found this book hard work and I was glad when I finally got to the end.

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Very entertaining

Would you consider the audio edition of The Atlantis World to be better than the print version?

I don't know I just find audible to be much more convenient to my life style,I don't really have the time to sit and read.

Who was your favorite character and why?

David Vail, I suppose in a way his the typical American super hero. But the coolness and humour that I like.

What about Stephen Bel Davies’s performance did you like?

i enjoyed Stephen Bel Davies performance very much.

Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

well there were certainly some humour in the story and little bit far fetched which made me smile some.

Any additional comments?

I found all three books in the series very entertaining and as I say a little far fetched to say the least but most enjoyable.

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intelligent story

fascinating and intriguing central idea. the plot gets a bit convoluted and far fetched in the last book. still very enjoyable

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great story questionable narration

enjoyed the story but had to force myself through it as I didn't like the narration. I felt it a bit monotone and inflection on words and sentences seemed wrong. just my oppinion though.