The Hunt for Atlantis (Wilde & Chase #1)

Review:

The Hunt For Atlantis  - Andy McDermott

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Title: The Hunt for Atlantis

Series: Wilde & Chase

Author: Andy McDermott

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars

Genre: Action/Adventure

Pages: 546

 

 

 

Synopsis:

Nina Wilde, orphaned child of Atlantis hunters, continues in her parents footsteps. With help from the Philanthropist Kristian Frost, Nina has a shot at actually finding Atlantis.

But opposing her is Qobras and his Brotherhood.

Being protected by Eddy Chase, Nina globetrots, tracking down one clue after another.

 

My Thoughts:

As much as I complain about some of the action/adventure books I read being too short, this was too long.

 

It was fun, mediocre and pretty on par for how this month has gone. See how long this series lasts.

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