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Song of Atlantis

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A shocking discovery leads one scientist down a dangerous path in Brian Power's compelling debut novel, Song of Atlantis.

When Amon Goro, master architect of Atlantis, discovers a way to harness the earth's forces into an infinite source of clean energy, it seems destined to change civilization as we know it.

But 4,500 years later, Atlantis exploration team leader Palen Gole
Paperback, 330 pages
Published August 23rd 2014 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Angela Thompson
May 16, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Song of Atlantis combines a strong storyline with well-developed characters. The author spends a lot of time developing his storyline--over 1000's of years. I had some difficulty settling into the first several chapters--and had to re-read them a couple of times before I fell into pace with the author as he laid a very detailed groundwork for the story. You may need to be a bit patient until the book's pieces begin to come together, and the modern-day story fully launches. Having said that--the ...more
May 13, 2019 rated it really liked it
The first thing that attracted me to this story was the legend of Atlantis – how can you not be a fan of this legend? There is always so much conspiracy, thoughts and myths around this magical place. I remember as a young girl, wishing I lived there! I wanted to be a mythical princess of this land of technological advances and perfection. So I couldn’t wait to dive into this story and this novel did not disappoint.

Brian Power writes a well written and researched story that has a little bit for e
Jessica Bronder
May 23, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Amon Goro is the master architect of Atlantis and he discovers a clean energy system. This technology could have changed the world but we know what happened to Atlantis. Zip forward 4,500 year to Palen Golendar. Palen is looking for Atlantis when he is captured by Native Americans in South Dakota and killed ending that exploration.

Zip forward to 8,000 years and anthropologist Gordon Tallbear. Palen Golendar’s remains have been discovered. Gordon then finds a cave system in Antarctica and the per
May 10, 2019 rated it liked it
Song of Atlantis is an exciting debut novel by Brian Power. The book spans thousands of years involving secrets, discoveries and clean energy. Architect Amon Goro discovers a way that could change cultures forever. Fast forward forty-five hundred years, Palen Golender, an Atlantis explorer, is kidnapped and killed by a tribe of Native Americans in South Dakota. After that event, another eight thousand years passes by and the reader is introduced to Native American anthropologist, Gordon Tallbear ...more
Debra Schoenberger
Apr 25, 2019 rated it really liked it
Song of Atlantis will blow your mind! The author has an incredible imagination and has done massive amounts of research to bring us an incredibly detailed, entertaining and fascinating account of what the Atlanteans may have been like.

The author was able to successfully integrate the past and present using alternating chapters – slowly leading us to the links that would complete the story.

I was fascinated by the discoveries in Antarctica – the author used detailed and imaginative word pictures t
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