An Atlantean Triumvirate - Kindle Edition Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: C. Craig R. McNeil / Kindle Edition
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by - written on 26/01/12 (Very useful, 80 readings)
I'm a bit of a sucker for books that utilise historical facts or legends with a modern day fantastical twist and with a 5 star rating on the Kindle the book "An Atlantean Triumvirate" by C. Craig R. McNeil sounded right up my street with both title (I had to look the word triumvirate up as it was a new one on me - it was less interesting then it sounded) and premise. I have since learned not to trust authors with randomly scattered initials in their name. It certainly isn't a bad book by any stretch of the imagination with an intriguing concept and much action, and had I known when I started reading it that it was the first in a trilogy I probably would have ... Read the complete review
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