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The Atlantis Revelation

(Conrad Yeats Adventure #3)

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The adventure begins with the wreckage of a sunken Nazi submarine and a shocking legacy of Hitler’s quest for Atlantis. Archaeologist Conrad Yeats discovers in the ruins of the Third Reich the key to an ancient conspiracy that reaches the highest levels of every major government. Suddenly Yeats is plunged into a deadly race across the Mediterranean, hunted by the assassins ...more
Hardcover, 320 pages
Published August 11th 2009 by Atria Books
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Emma
Jul 20, 2017 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Worst of the trilogy but the "completeness" in me is glad I finished it.
Ruth Ann
Jun 20, 2010 rated it did not like it
Shelves: thriller
worst of the trilogy, which is unfortunate. Hardly any surprises, no big mindblowing secrets, and the action is predictable. The scene descriptions are sub-par, and sometimes seem contradictory. Bad dialogue and cliched characters. The ending resolves almost nothing.
Henri Moreaux
The Atlantis Revelation is the end cap of the Conrad Yeats/Atlantis trilogy, sadly however it's really not that good which is a considerable let down considering that the prior book Atlantis Prophecy seemed to have improved the shortcomings of Raising Atlantis.

Whilst we do get some more exposure of Wanda of Atlantis Prophecy it's rather brief and more of a side note which is disappointing as it seemed like there was more her character could have added to the atmosphere. The whole plot itself
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Julie Lacey
Mar 11, 2018 rated it it was ok
I just couldn’t get into this book.
A friend gave it to me but I didn’t realise it was book 3 in a trilogy.
Skim read it but it wasn’t for me.
Darren Vincent
May 05, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2018
I think I gave one of the other books in the series the benefit of the doubt and went with a four star instead of a three star, so here I am going to go with a three star. It is not a true three star rating but I can't give it a four star either. There was just something a little lackluster about it.

To begin with, as entertaining as I think all three books were, it bothers me that I didn't get the 'Atlantis' that I was hoping for. Book 1 was Atlantis-y but not really, book 2 was American history
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Glen
Aug 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing
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Kim
Apr 30, 2019 rated it it was ok
Shelves: thrillers
As I was reading this, I just kept thinking that I have read this before. Several key pieces of it were incredibly similiar to other books that I have read from different authors. I understand that this is a third installment and that once again, I am entirely out of order, but I am not sure that this is what caused all the difficulties.
Drew Rettig
May 03, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A quick read full of adventures.
Kandi
Jun 17, 2018 rated it did not like it
I rarely leave a book unfinished but I didn’t finish this one. Halfway through I decided I just didn’t care what happened enough to finish.
Amy Webster-Bo
Apr 05, 2018 rated it it was ok
did not like the 3rd book, did not finish
julie mills
Dec 19, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Intrigue

Loved following the story of conrad and serena. Gripping storytelling. Kept me guessing from chapter to chapter and I loved the ending.
Rebecca Williamson
Dec 28, 2019 rated it it was ok
Shelves: 2019-challenge
Not to my taste.
Betsy
Dec 04, 2013 rated it liked it
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Rai
Apr 19, 2009 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The Atlantis Revelation caps a very entertaining trilogy

I was already a fan of Thomas' previous two books, Raising Atlantis & The Atlantis Prophecy - both of those were rollicking fun, totally entertaining, and a great way to escape on intriguing adventures for a few reading hours. I am happy to say that The Atlantis Revelation is a worthy successor in the Atlantis trilogy. It is smart, well-researched, has loads of action, and presents fascinating concepts that kept me interested the whole
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Tony
Mar 18, 2011 rated it really liked it
Thomas Greanias- The Atlantis Revelation (Pocket Star Books 2010) 4 Stars

Conrad Yeats is exploring the inside of a destroyed Nazi submarine following clues that have led him to what could be a deadly discovery. Hitler was searching for Atlantis and what he found could have altered the result of the war. Now Yeats must put a stop to a deadly scheme that could jumpstart Armageddon. It is another race against time and this time it might just cost him everything he holds dear.

I loved the
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Henry Manlick
Dec 23, 2011 rated it it was amazing
This is a book that I found in the way I find many of my books- I was browsing through a used book store, and saw one titled Raising Atlantis. I had been reading many books that involve Atlantis, and after reading the summary on the back, I bought it. After reading it, I found that it was very much to my liking, so I looked for the next. This is the third book of this set, the most recent that I have read. I liked this book a lot, mostly because it involves an alternate-history style story.
The
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Megs
Sep 17, 2009 rated it it was ok
As a thriller novel this book was an excellent page turner, however as the final book in a series it was a sorry disappointment. After devouring the first two books early in the summer I immediately went online to see how long I had to wait for the third. In anticipation of the release in August I started reading up on some of the details and found hints like “mysteries surrounding Conrad finally explained” or “romance between Conrad & Serena explored” but unfortunately none of these hints ...more
Theresa
Jul 12, 2016 rated it liked it
End of the Atlantis trilogy. Conrad again miraculously defends the forces of the Alignment saving the world and winning the girl.

Biggest thing I didn’t like about this is other than Conrad possibly being an Atlantian, there’s not much connection to Atlantis.

In spite of the obviousness of the plot and unrealistic, unexplained ability of the hero to escape certain death and outwit them all, I did enjoy the story which contained some interesting scenes, information and dialog. Reminds me of a 007
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Jaime K
While I didn't win this in a Goodreads giveaway, Greanias sent a signed ARC copy of the second novel by mistake - and then a signed copy of this one as well- after I won another one of his novels. It sounded interesting, so I took the first out of the library and it was great.

I enjoyed this more than the second, but I think I'm done with Conrad Yeats. Actually, I'm more done with Serena. She's...manipulative, but my feelings for her extend beyond that. I don't like how callous she is, and how
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James Young
Jul 18, 2010 rated it really liked it
Well it was the same book as the other two. Unrequited love, physical angst and international intrigue. I enjoyed this book and the precedeing books but I really hate the ending and the set up for a fourth book as well as the introduction of the new character for the Book that is a spin off. I am as always a harsh critic and although I personally could not create and write a book of fiction I wanted something more from this one. The plot development was lacking and made me assume alot, which is ...more
Greg
Jun 18, 2010 rated it really liked it
Pretty good thriller. Seems to follow a similar plot formula to many of the other thrillers I've read lately: guy with some unusual knowledge set, girl who ends up being a past love interest or something develops during the course of the story, and some type of far-fetched conspiracy the protagonist must thwart.

Not going to repeat the synopsis from the back of the cover, but this novel succeeds at what it's trying to do and keeps you reading and wanting to find out what will happen next and even
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Mattias
Aug 02, 2011 rated it it was ok
Its a good conclusion to the trilogy even though I liked the first two books better. This one feels a little tired as if Greanias energy ran out somewhat. But it is still an exciting read with Conrad Yeats getting out of many complicated situations and exotic places around the world. The story is decent and the action is good but I have to say that Yeats isnt the most interesting hero I have encountered. The most fascinating character is still Sister Serena which has a complicated past and ...more
John Bray
Mar 11, 2016 rated it it was ok
I couldnt get past the first 50 or so pages. It was just too contrived and far fetched even for a novel of this genre. I just couldnt suspend disbelief which is something that the writer should be able to facilitate for the reader. It was so ridiculous it seemed as if the writer was literally making it all up as he went along, like a nine year old writing a story in a hurry for a class assignment. Austen Powers wouldnt feel out of place as a character in this story its so absurd. Its probably ...more
Wayne Wilson
Sep 23, 2009 rated it liked it
I have only read this part of Greanias' series on Atlantis and its role in this series is kind of interesting. I am more interested in the previous books in this series; although I did enjoy the read.

The seed bank in Norway is part of this book and Greek Fire and a beautiful linguist from the Vatican. A definite page turner (although I listened to the book). Once again as in many books like this there is this shadowy international cabal filled with Billionaires that is trying to take over the
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Edward H. Busse, III
Apr 07, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-owned
NO SPOILERS!! The story picks up with Conrad immediately doing battle with the Alignment. This story was slightly better than #2 but I felt like some of the action was just a bit too easy/simple for both the good and bad guys to get in/out of - just like in the 2nd book. Mr. Greanias' writing was excellent and he did a nice job at describing the environments, the action, the geography. One of the most enjoyable parts of these books is the global conspiracy piece - Mr. Greanias does an excellent ...more
Annie
Oct 11, 2014 rated it did not like it
I'm only on the first page of this book and I'm already a little worried about it. The hero claims to be an "Astro-archeologist" (whatever that is) and identifies Polaris as the brightest star in Ursa Major. First of all, I find it a little hoity-toity to call it Polaris when everyone just says the North Star, but that's minor. The man should at least know that the North Star is the last star in the handle of the Little Dipper, also known as Ursa MINOR. please tell me it's not going to be like ...more
Steve
Mar 23, 2010 rated it liked it
I suspect that it would have been better to read the previous Atlantis books. The book has a lot of parts and complexity put it is a fairly simple story where the good guys and bad guys are easy to see, and you know from the beginning that everything will work out for our hero. The Alignment is a centuries old group wanting to take over the world. They are after technology from Atlantis to make their dreams come true. The story takes us over Europe, the Meditarian, and Israel. Quick read, but ...more
Charleen
Dec 21, 2012 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: year-2010, 1-star
As the third book in a mediocre trilogy, I didn't expect much from The Atlantis Revelation, and yet it still managed to disappoint. It had next to nothing to do with the other books. It answers no questions, just creates new ones, and doesn't deliver what I think the reader deserves. In addition, the ending just seemed TOO unbelievable (and, as a huge thriller fan, I've read my share of unbelievable endings). It was a quick read, and mildly entertaining in a mindless sort of way. But it fell WAY ...more
Julie
Aug 11, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Conrad Yeats is trying to find more clues about Atlantis and almost gets killed while diving into a wreck by a ruthless rich man, Midas. Serena Serghetti is undercover in The Alignment trying to figure out what is going to happen. They again get pulled together in a non-stop adventure with many near-death experiences, assassins and terrorists, and powerful people. Can they find out what is happening and stop it before the world changes irrevocably.

Interesting writing, but still many unanswered
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J
Aug 29, 2009 rated it did not like it
MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS.

I classify it as forgettable, and yet I did read it all the way through. I'm a sucker for mysteries/thrillers that entail archaeology of Rome and the Holy Land.

The hero, archaeologist Conrad Yeats, is a James Bond kind of guy who can do no permanent wrong and sustain no fatal injury.

Probably my Catholic background, but it bothered me a bit that he romanced a nun, but i do like the notion of a gorgeous nun.

The ending, in which the romantic pair, manage to save the world,
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