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. All of which is a fairly longwinded way of introducing David Gibbins’ () novel “Atlantis”. From the moment you read that the author “has. David Gibbins, FRSA, FRGS (born ) is an underwater archaeologist and a bestselling Jack Howard series. Gibbins, David. Atlantis. London: Headline and New York: Bantam Dell. ISBN ; Gibbins, David.
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A scrap of papyrus discovered in an Egyptian desert, which may contain a secondhand account of atantis lost city, sends Jack scrambling to assemble a team, including Costas, an MIT- and Stanford-trained expert in “submersible technology” and Katya, a beautiful Russian Atlantis specialist.
Fiction Book Review: Atlantis by David Gibbins, Author . Dell $ (p) ISBN
In he and other recreational divers off Cornwall in England rediscovered the wreck of the Schiedama ship involved in the evacuation of English Tangier in and associated with Samuel Pepys.
This is a dreadful book in my opinion, although others are entitled to their thoughts about it. Today I turn to an old article in my files… and lo! We get to see him shooting down a helicopter with a gun of course he happens to know the weak spots of that particular helicopter and can adjust to the mile per hour winds so he knows just where to aim.
There was just too much technical garbage that was never ending and every time you thought it was over you would get punched in the gut and the whole process would start over. Gibbns made it about halfway through this book. Meticulously researched, with characters that leap off the page.
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Introduction The Secret History of the Rosicrucians — 2. Oct 16, Algernon rated it did not like it Shelves: This really took me out of the story.
I was just disappointed on so many levels it was too hard to bear. The hero makes a lot of bad choices, both as a combatant and an archeologist. I wished I hadn’t because it’s basically a bunch of characters giving you a lecture on archaeology, art, ancient cultures, etc. I still love getting that Indiana Jones adrenaline kick.
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I think this book deserves that treatment. However, the core essence of fiction for me is to be mildly educated on a subject and supremely entertained by it. Several diff I have never decided to quit reading a book until I picked this one up.
I do wish this fellow had come up with a better novel involving the Phaistos Disk, since after all, Phaistos Disk crankery is even more rife than VMs crankery. Sep 26, Pages.
Review of David Gibbins’ “Atlantis”…
Inspired by Your Browsing History. Discover what to read next. His novel posits atlantie idea that the lost city could be in the depths of the Black Sea, an area once lush and fertile before flooding caused the rapid evacuation of the area.
I can only imagine the writing gets better, but I won’t be checking it out. Five million years ago, gkbbins Mediterranean dried out after being cut off from the Atlantic.
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