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The Complete Atlantis Series, Books 1 - 5 (A Sci-Fi Fantasy Technothriller): Ascendant Saga Kindle Edition
Ancient pyramids exist on a Jupiter moon…
...and a prophesy foretells the extinction of humanity.
We are not alone in the galaxy. But who are they?
When archeologist Kaden Jaxx is taken to a secret location by a mysterious government agency, his theories about Atlantis are proven correct. But why won’t the scientists answer his questions about the strange hieroglyphs? Why is a colonel threatening him with imprisonment?
Why won’t they let him leave?
Once Kaden discovers the truth, his life takes a twisted path of betrayal, violence, and heart-pounding adventure. And the fate of the Earth hinges on a guess.
Can what’s coming to humanity be prevented?
Fans of Stargate Atlantis, The Da Vinci Code, The Atlantis Gene, Dan Brown, A.G. Riddle, and J.N. Chaney will love Brandon Ellis’ Ascendant Saga Space Opera series.
A sci-fi action adventure that grasps the reader's attention and holds it to the last word...
Buckle up and buy a copy now.
- ASIN : B0994X1NGL
- Publication date : July 21, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 4931 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 1335 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #25,861 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Science fiction should create a logical set of assumptions, maybe a bit out there, but logically constructed. In return the reader suspends their reality view to join the author's story. Fantasy just makes stuff up as they go along, where basically "magic" is the answer to everything.
Why do authors keep trying to conflate the two. I stopped this after a few chapters. It was just pointless to try to make sense of it all, characters acted irrationally (and not on purpose, it would appear), the jumps in context were senseless. It begins on an archeological dig with a single person -- no one anywhere around. A military helicopter lands, completely unexpectedly, and the archeologist just gets in and flies off -- to Grenada. So thousands of miles, and this helicopter delivers them to Grenada apparently without a plane change.
But he's actually part of a Secret Space Force... or is he? He doesn't remember. He's crucial to some military (or is it) plans, but his guard just shoots him when he thinks he is running a bit amok (after his superior officer tells him NOT to shoot him).
It's random vignettes of action like some 12 year old's fever dream, nothing hangs together, nothing makes sense. And that's BEFORE Atlantis enters the picture.
Just say no.
Generally I enjoyed the series. It held my interest & character development was superb. Someone did a better than average job of editing too.
The double star knock down comes for two reasons. The first was the use of course language. I’m one of those guys that thinks an author can develop character w/o it. Next our hero didn’t learn the lessons along the way. In my “opinion” the last book should have had him “ascend” to a higher level of self awareness & talent. My expectations of closure to the the progressive story lines in the first books didn’t match up.
Bottom line: It was an “ok” read. The last book needed more . . .
There's a lot of good ideas in the series but the execution is severely meh.
There are problems. It needs a proofreader and/or an editor. Way too many misspelled words and grammatical errors.
Difficult to read at times due to the frequent errors.
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