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eBook Rise of the Ancients - Annuna ePub

by JC De La Torre

  • ISBN: 0978527232
  • Category: Action and Adventure
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: JC De La Torre
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: DLT Atlantis Publishing (July 31, 2009)
  • Pages: 296
  • ePub book: 1939 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1296 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 352

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Speculative Fiction author JC De La Torre was born on September 4th, 1973 in Tampa, Florida.

Speculative Fiction author JC De La Torre was born on September 4th, 1973 in Tampa, Florida. De La Torre has a passionate interest in Speculative fiction - including Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Horror, the Occult, Alternative History, and strange, amazing worlds. His writing will include all of these sub-genres and other interesting excursions.

De La Torre is married to his lovely wife, Rita, and their family consis JC De La Torre is a speculative fiction author who lives in. .

De La Torre is married to his lovely wife, Rita, and their family consis JC De La Torre is a speculative fiction author who lives in Wesley Chapel, Florida - a suburb of Tampa. De La Torre has written two critically acclaimed novels, the Rise of the Ancients saga, and Nightmares from Eberus - A Speculative Fiction collection. He also is a featured columinist for Bleacher Report on Tampa Bay sports. De La Torre is married to his lovely wife, Rita, and their family consists of their Yorkshire Terrier, LeStat, and their two cats Artemis and Marius.

Ancient Rising – Rise of the Ancients Book I. Synopsis: A widower is set off on an amazing adventure by a man claiming to be a Greek God. Like Indiana Jones meets Clash of the Titans, follow Dan Ryan through Egypt, Greece, and the Mexican jungle as he unlocks the keys to finding the lost. Like Indiana Jones meets Clash of the Titans, follow Dan Ryan through Egypt, Greece, and the Mexican jungle as he unlocks the keys to finding the lost continent of Atlantis and the Gods imprisoned there. com/books/view/5538 and in print at most major online retailers. Nightmares From Eberus – A Speculative Fiction Collection.

The latest two books of the Rise of the Ancients series combined into one action packed novel

The latest two books of the Rise of the Ancients series combined into one action packed novel. Book II picks up where Ancient Rising left off, with Dan Ryan and company racing the gods to a secret location that holds the key to saving the world. Finally, in BOOK III Ryan must go through Heaven and Hell to convince the Annuna to join in a climactic battle with humanity hanging in the balance.

Ancient Rising and Rise of the Ancients - Annuna. 2 primary works, 2 total works. Book 1. Ancient Rising. Hailed by Critics as a Da Vinci Code with Fantas. ore. Shelve Ancient Rising.

The latest two books of the Rise of the Ancients series combined into one action packed novel.

One man stands against the extinction of humankind. Atlantis has risen and the gods of myth have been freed. We invite you to upload this book-extract into BookBuzzr format - free, online book-marketing technology for authors. Now they want their revenge and only Dan Ryan can stop them. BookBuzzr is a page-flipping application that is more suited for marketing books online.

De La Torre has written two critically acclaimed novels, the Rise of the Ancients saga, and Nightmares from Eberus .

De La Torre has written two critically acclaimed novels, the Rise of the Ancients saga, and Nightmares from Eberus - A Speculative Fiction collection. Finally, in BOOK III - Rise of the Annuna - Ryan must go through Heaven and Hell, face his own internal demons, and convince the Annuna to join in a climactic battle with humanity hanging in the balance. RISE OF THE ANCIENTS: ANNUNA, .

De La Torre has written two novels, Ancient Rising and Rise of the Ancients – Annuna, as well as Nightmares from Eberus – A Speculative Fiction collection. He has also released to e-book the novellas for Continuum Force and the Serial Vampire series

De La Torre has written two novels, Ancient Rising and Rise of the Ancients – Annuna, as well as Nightmares from Eberus – A Speculative Fiction collection. He has also released to e-book the novellas for Continuum Force and the Serial Vampire series. He is also co-host of the r podcast Transmissions From Atlantis and is a voice actor for the audio drama Doctor Geek’s Laboratory of Applied Geekdom. De La Torre is a columnist/blogger for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers blog site BucsNation.

From the debut of the Greek god Hermes to the pits of Hades and the rise of Atlantis, Ancient Rising puts you on course for action-packed fun. Kieli: Englanti Kategoria: Fantasia & scifi Sarja: Rise of Ancients Saga: 1 Kääntäjä: Lisätietoa äänikirjasta: Julkaisija: BearManor Media Julkaisuvuosi: 2014-02-15 Pituus: 11T 19M ISBN: 9781482998085.

The latest two books of the Rise of the Ancients series combined into one action packed novel. Book II - Ancient Destruction picks up where Ancient Rising left off as Dan Ryan and Prometheus battles Zeus, Poseidon and the other Gods as they race to a secret location that could be the catalyst to saving mankind. While the battle wages on, we learn the origin of man, the rise to power of the Gods, and the fall of Atlantis. Finally, in BOOK III - Rise of the Annuna - Ryan must go through Heaven and Hell, face his own internal demons, and convince the Annuna to join in a climactic battle with humanity hanging in the balance.

Comments

Jek Jek
Or at least, fire the editor.
The editing in the kindle edition at least is either frustrating or entertaining. Throughout both volumes, words are hyphenated mid-sentence. Perhaps it is wrong to blame a human editor. More and more of kindle's inexpensive knockdowns seem to be done by machines. There are, however, some whoppers that should have been caught by an editor at some point. The word "rouse" is used for "ruse," not just once. The goddesses Artemis and Diana align on different sides of a dispute, even though they are the same being (Diana is the Roman name for Artemis). Characters who change go off on a different "tact." As in the first book, the writing is often sophomoric and sloppy. In the second book(not a spoiler comment)a "dead" character is reintroduced, improbably and ultimately uselessly, as a deus ex machina. It's one of many lazinesses that don't work.
The third volume eventually returns to some kind of meta-Christianity that really doesn't work. We can delight that he gets Yeshua's name right and rehabilitates Judas, but things sort of come apart at the "happy" ending, despite the extinction of a good part of mankind and the heroine's travels through something that resembles the Perils of Pauline.
YET the author has a potentially interesting idea, seems intelligent, and has a sense of humor, something that seems missing in most commentators on "speculative fiction." The hero's conversation with Satan in book 3 about the Return of the Jeda is rich. Much of his original idea is good. What he seems to have intended to do was entertaining and somewhat thought-provoking. That he sidetracked himself
in the last two volumes is somewhat unfortunate, but not uncommon.
If you enjoyed the first book, you will find some things to enjoy in this one. If you haven't read it yet, do so first. If you think you'll be put off by writing that's worse than this (even though the plot is better), get the free sample first. The price of any of this is right and an examination of this writer can be entertaining, even if it isn't the way he wished.
Malaunitly Malaunitly
"Ancient Destruction". The war of the Gods continues (see Ancient Rising) with Prometheus battling Zeus, Poseidon and other deities. Mankind's age appears precariously at an end as slowly but surely Prometheus, humanity's prime defender is losing the fight unless Dan Ryan can learn the origin of mankind in time. He has precious little left as once a favorite of the Gods, Atlantis is no more having been sunk beneath the sea.

"Rise of the Annuna". Ryan remains the only hope to save humanity. Prometheus recognizes him as the potential savior so keeps fighting the Gods to buy him some time. However, as the mortal learns the origin of mankind, he now must enter the Greek Pantheon filled with those in heaven and hell who want humanity extinct to reach the Annuna. If he succeeds at somehow reaching the legendary Annuna, he must persuade them that Man is worth saving.

Books II and III are exhilarating fantasy thrillers that continue the war of the Gods started in Rise of the Ancients. The story line is fast-paced throughout but also contains a frantic desperation as Dan knows he is out of time with so much to learn and do. Although it helps to have read the first entry to understand how humanity has seemingly reached the end of the road, Annuna can stand alone as it embellishes the De La Torre mythos.

Harriet Klausner
Barit Barit
I greatly enjoyed reading Rise of the Ancients - Annuna. The title and cover is what first drew me to the book, but it is the way it was written that kept me reading.

I enjoyed the way Mr. De La Torre drew all the different mythologies and belief systems together. And the Atlantis legend was drawn into the mix? Excellent.

Will definitely keep on reading and will recommend this book to others.
Hǻrley Quinn Hǻrley Quinn
i like it .It had action in it and all that stuff i give it a thumbs up