Lethbridge-Stewart: Blood of Atlantis

Lethbridge Stewart Blood of Atlantis Could Atlantis really have arisen in the Aegean Sea Lethbridge Stewart s nephew Owain Vine and a group of eco protestor friends are attempting to oppose an operation undertaken by Rolph Vorster a

  • Title: Lethbridge-Stewart: Blood of Atlantis
  • Author: Simon A. Forward Elton Townend Jones
  • ISBN: 9780995482104
  • Page: 408
  • Format: Paperback
  • Could Atlantis really have arisen in the Aegean Sea Lethbridge Stewart s nephew, Owain Vine, and a group of eco protestor friends, are attempting to oppose an operation undertaken by Rolph Vorster, a ruthless South African mining magnate with his own private army, who is out to harvest as much Atlantean riches as he can.Lethbridge Stewart, along with Anne Travers, is calleCould Atlantis really have arisen in the Aegean Sea Lethbridge Stewart s nephew, Owain Vine, and a group of eco protestor friends, are attempting to oppose an operation undertaken by Rolph Vorster, a ruthless South African mining magnate with his own private army, who is out to harvest as much Atlantean riches as he can.Lethbridge Stewart, along with Anne Travers, is called in to investigate a missing Russian submarine that appears to be connected to Atlantis, recruiting the colourful eccentric archaeologist, Sonia Montilla, along the way All the while, Captain Bugayev and an undercover Spetsnaz team are investigating the fate of their government s missing submarine A complication that could light a major fuse on the Cold War.Meanwhile, Atlantis grows, and its reach is utterly inimical to human life.

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    1. In this book Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart , Ann Travers & the team head to the Aegean Sea to investigate strange goings-on, as ever. This time it's a damaged Royal Navy ship & a series of missing vessels.Candy Jar books chose Simon A Forward well as a writer for this series. He really gets it, making an action story, almost James Bond like, but keeping the sci-fi Doctor Who stuff in the story. This series is about a military man and his colleagues and Forward really sees this.All of the [...]

    2. A slow burn at first that results in a fireball of action in the end. A terrific story. It's James Bond meets Doctor Who. I highly recommend this one.

    3. This one was a slow burn for 3/4 of it's pages. The last 1/4 though was full throttle. All in all a very enjoyable read. We continued to enjoy the core characters of the series, and were introduced to some new ones as well. I hope these new arrivals pay us a visit in future Lethbridge-Stewart novels. I suspect we will indeed see them again.

    4. After Times Squared, I thought this 3rd series of Lethbridge-Stewart books would struggle to get better. I'm glad to say I was wrong.Blood of Atlantis continually provokes intrigue and keeps the action going so there are no points where things feel like they are left ticking over to make up the page count. It's also nice to see Samson Ware get his first bit of major action since his introduction in The Showstoppers (something which feels like a long time coming). The chapter titles being based o [...]

    5. An outstanding entry into the Lethbridge-Stewart line, it's very much a slow boil to start, and has an early James Bond feel to it. Once things get rolling, the action and the pace do not let up until the satisfactory climax. Thoroughly enjoyed this one, for a more detailed review, see travelingthevortex.

    6. Sorry, I enjoyed the story, but I am emphatically not a fan of the sentence fragment "style" of writing. If this hadn't been a Lethbridge-Stewart book I doubt I'd have made it past the first chapter.

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