(The Gate of Atlantis, Books 1-6)
Wendy Knight, Laura D. Bastian, Juli Caldwell, Jaclyn Weist, J.R. Simmons, & Mikey Brooks
What rating would you give it?
4.5 of 5 Stars
Give us a summary.
(Taken from GoodReads)
Centuries ago the great city of Atlantis had to be hidden from humans. Now magically buried in the depths of the ocean, it is the source of all magic. All is well in the magical world…until the leaders of Atlantis listen to the whims of a mad man.
A group of teens set out on their own unique quests to fight for the world they love. They face dangers they didn’t know existed. As they battle their way through mysterious tunnels and secrets of the ancient world, they find themselves in a race against time. One by one, the mad man will shut down the Gates of Atlantis and destroy the magic. Can these unlikely heroes stop him before it’s too late?
What did you think of the book?
A wild and exciting tale that I can’t stop gushing about! This book series is the perfect read for anyone interested in myths and legends, and looking for an exciting, action-packed adventure! I would recommend this series to younger readers, teens, and anyone interested in an adventure story minus the romance that’s seen in far too many YA novels today. A good, solid fantasy/mythos/folktale series!
I don’t know if I had a favourite out of all of them, but I definitely liked Secrets of the Mine more than I probably should, so… I’ll say that one was my fav. 🙂
Would you recommend this book?
Yeah, I’d definitely recommend. Especially to anyone who liked the Percy Jackson series (and its spinoffs & sequel series). It has that sort of vibe.
Reviewed by AMS (amomentsilence)
|Publisher: All Night Reads
Publication Date: July 2014
Format: eBook, ARC
Genre: Fantasy, Mythology, Gods
and Goddesses, Demi-Gods, Sci Fi,
Atlantis, Demi-Humans, Banshees,
|Age: Teen & Young Adult
Reviewer: AMS (amomentsilence)
Source: Provided by NetGalley
Challenge: 2014 Good Reads Reading Challenge (100)
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