Along with Serena Serghetti, a beautiful Vatican linguist with secrets of her own, Yeats explores the hidden world beneath the capital in a deadly race to save it. America has a date with destiny, and the fate of the world hangs in the balance.
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By cathylee on 18-05-08
Be aware this is a trilogy!
I bought this because I listen to almost anything Scott Brick reads; he can make melting ice sound interesting. But this book tested me - I didn't know this was the second of a trilogy and unless you have read the first book you may be lost - I had to check to make sure I had the unabridged edition, because there are so many references to the first that this is not a standalone read. Scott Brick is still great, though!
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By Barry on 15-06-08
This is a 5-star book to which I gave only 3. I did so because Thomas Greanias (who I believe to have written a better story than Dan Brown's "the Da Vinci Code") published this book prematurely in order to make extra money. . I say that because while reading "The Atlantis Prophesy" does not require reading "Raising Atlantis" (unless you're intrigued about the prior history of Conrad Yeats' love affair with Serena Serghetti and want more background information on his father) it absolutely requires reading what should have been Part-Two of this book, "The Atlantis Rvelation." In fact, when you buy this book, do so knowing that you will end up unfulfilled and, as I am, in dire need of reading "Part 2.") What makes this more annoying is that this is the first time I have ever heard a narrator promote the fact that reading the third book which he then names and says is near completion [as is 2008]. Speaking of the narrator; I believe the Atlantis Prophesy to be Scott Brick's best performance and he's already, and justifiable so, risen to narrator super-star status.
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