I found this last book in the series less exceptional than the first two...although am pleased that the threads of the story finally came together at the end. I would like to know more about the rebuilding of the earth population and how everything goes after the recovery of the cataclysm....also what happens to the Atlanteans/ Exciles....I'm sure that would make interesting reading....I do want to say that the first two books are very exciting and leave you wanting more...and the whole story line is fascinating...and I wonder could this be not so far from truth?
Loved this series from atart to finish. Will definatly look for more books by this guy. Action packed, spanning many thousands of years with ideas i havnt come across in 20 years of reading sci-fi. Great characters, do yourself a favor and grab all three.
Gerry completed the trilogy with the Atlantis World which in my opinion in his words "Hit the ball out of the park" The story built to an exciting climax with quite a few surprises that kept me reading late into the early morning. Excellent trilogy, great story telling and a pleasure to read Stuart Hall
Well this book continued with the excitement of the previous two. Absolutely loved it, even though it was a bit more "out there" than the two prior it all made sense and fitted in very well. Even the ending was well done. A gentle way to let go. Highly recommend the whole series and if you haven't already read The Departure go get it.
This trilogy was quite well written and was an imaginitive explanation of the origin and demise of Atlantis. Book 3 was no less entertaining than the previous 2 and the ending made sense, unlike some books that I have read (WOT for example).
Whilst a book would have to be extremely good for me to give 5 stars, 4 stars equates to a very good read.
I enjoyed this, the third of the Atlantis Trilogy, more than the second which I found a little unsatisfying. The epic breadth of the final few chapters had me on the edge of my seat - hard to put down once I started. Well done, Mr Riddle (I wonder what his real name is - another mystery)