The Gods of Atlantis

The Gods of Atlantis WELCOME TO ATLANTIS Something has been discovered beneath the most sacred of burial sites on the island of Atlantis something that may require the rewriting of the early history of human civilisa

  • Title: The Gods of Atlantis
  • Author: Alan K. Baker
  • ISBN: 9781907777882
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Paperback
  • WELCOME TO ATLANTIS, 1899Something has been discovered beneath the most sacred of burial sites on the island of Atlantis something that may require the rewriting of the early history of human civilisation In London, Thomas Blackwood, Special Investigator for Her Majesty s Bureau of Clandestine Affairs and his colleague Lady Sophia Harrington, Secretary of the SocietyWELCOME TO ATLANTIS, 1899Something has been discovered beneath the most sacred of burial sites on the island of Atlantis something that may require the rewriting of the early history of human civilisation In London, Thomas Blackwood, Special Investigator for Her Majesty s Bureau of Clandestine Affairs and his colleague Lady Sophia Harrington, Secretary of the Society for Psychical Research, are instructed to investigate the recent disappearance of the scientists Albert Michelson and Edward Morley along with the prototype of their Tele manipulator , a device which will allow the control of mechanical devices with the human mind Michelson and Morley were engaged on an international speaking tour, and were last seen in the Atlantean capital, Poseidonis In their latest adventure, Blackwood and Harrington embark on a perilous journey from the fogbound streets of London to the sundrenched and myth haunted island of Atlantis, where they will make a shattering discovery about the ancient history of Earth and MarsAboutAlan K Baker was born in Birmingham in 1964 After leaving university in 1991, he endured a series of increasingly unpleasant jobs, culminating in a nine month stint as a packer in a Sheffield sausage factory, which served to increase his fascination with the macabre and outlandish Since 1997, he has published a number of non fiction books on the paranormal and popular history, which have been translated into seven languages.

    One thought on “The Gods of Atlantis”

    1. A superb piece of crime/sf/steampunk fiction. A lot of world building, but plenty of action, story and plot along the way, as well as character depth. Fiction at its best.

    2. Lovely ending to a lovely series! I like the world and the writing of this author a lot! Also, go lady harrington for being a bad ass!

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