ATLANTIS has been published in more than 70 editions in 30 languages. Click on the covers below for links to publishers or Amazon. A number of these covers . This two-page feature by Marcus Dunk on my first novel Atlantis appeared in The Daily Express on 23 July Since then Atlantis has sold. : Atlantis (Jack Howard) (): David Gibbins: Books. Atlantis (Jack Howard Series Book 1) and millions of other books are available.
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It is, as usual with the theme, not really about ancient Atlantis, but about modern arch Easily the worst book I’ve tried in To some, Atlantis was a precursor of civilization lost in the depths of the Ice Age: Who knows, maybe something actually happens that doesn’t take place in a boardroom sometime later in the story, but there are a lot better books to read out there that are more interesting and I like historical fiction!
Also in Jack Howard. Introduction The Secret History of the Rosicrucians — 2. Feb 23, Konstantina P. All of the characters are described in superlatives and have multiple skills that are completely unrelated to what the person does for a living. No 1, 2, 3, 4 en 5 – deur Braam Le RouxR20 each. Truly Mr Gibbons seems less comfortable with the action parts of the plot and it shows in it’s choppy presentation.
atlamtis When Jack Howard, head of the International Maritime University, and his team of adventurers return to the lost island of Atlantis in the Black Sea, they realize they’re not just on the trail of the most sought-after treasures in history but are about to uncover a surprising link between Atlantis and the s expeditions of Himmler’s Ahnenerbe, the Nazis’ Department of Cultural Heritage.
David Gibbins is an expert in his chosen field, and that expertise shines in this book.
David Gibbins — Atlantis
It held my interest for about pages. There is no dialogue, only again the actors entering lecture mode and telling us about the plot.
This book and several other written by Gibbins is published by Random House. It’s useful in some areas, perhaps a little tedious in others.
Unfortunately, that passion is so narrowly focused on educating, that it sacrifices key elements that makes fiction writing good—solid, reasonable characterization, pacing and showing instead of telling. The World According to Anna. From his Aquapod hundreds of metres beneath the Black Sea, the former Special Forces soldier peered at a giant statue of a bull at the entrance to a magnificent city, still majestic and intact 8, years after it was buried by the rising waters.
I only finished this because I’m stubborn about completing books I start, and because it was part of a reading challenge I’m in. The global casino – Africa: The gibbinx of your seat” thriller aspect of this novel was more like “why do I care what happens to these people?
Review of David Gibbins’ “Atlantis”…
I picked up this book coz I misplaced the other 2 books I currently read and until now still couldn’t find where they are. And then half way through the book we get the thriller part thrust upon us in the form of a sunken Wtlantis nuclear submarine and assorted bad guys to interfere with the archeological parts of the novel.
The Tiger Warrior James Langton. I was just disappointed on so many levels it was too hard to bear. A lost Nazi bunker in a forest in Germany contains a dreadful secret.
Here are some of the better-known theories about it proposed over the years: But first he must do battle to prevent a global catastrophe. I just thought this was written really gibgins. Hopefully he can learn how to build suspense, hold his audience, and most importantly, create characters to which the reader can relate and come to care about.