The Fall of the Sea People

The Fall of the Sea People Along the coasts of the North Atlantic there are legends of a lost land over the sea a land of magic of immortality and of plenty Plato described such a land naming it Atlantis In his descriptions

  • Title: The Fall of the Sea People
  • Author: Henry Hallan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 446
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Along the coasts of the North Atlantic there are legends of a lost land over the sea a land of magic, of immortality, and of plenty Plato described such a land, naming it Atlantis In his descriptions, the Atlanteans were doomed by their falling into decadence, and their opposition to the spirits of nature.An epic fantasy rooted in the mythology of the lost land, The FAlong the coasts of the North Atlantic there are legends of a lost land over the sea a land of magic, of immortality, and of plenty Plato described such a land, naming it Atlantis In his descriptions, the Atlanteans were doomed by their falling into decadence, and their opposition to the spirits of nature.An epic fantasy rooted in the mythology of the lost land, The Fall of the Sea People tells of these twin errors, and of how they brought about the destruction of a Neolithic civilization that ruled the world.Previously published as five volumes, this Kindle edition collects the complete story in one work.

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    1. An exceptionally rich and complex fantasy saga, although definitely only for mature readers as it tackles a lot of issues around love, sex, violence and the interrelationship between the three in a fictional society that is both highly original and truly disturbing. Magic, sword play, adventure, and strange monsters are well combined with intrigue, romance, and philosophy to create a really compelling setting and tale.Personally I found the first and last volumes to be the best, but even the sli [...]

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