Atlantis Rising Book 1: From Beneath, They Come [NOOK Book]

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Dylan's just an ordinary girl on summer break preparing for her senior year in high school. But when she meets Jaron, a strange and mysterious boy, she falls completely and madly in love with him. But he isn't quite what he seems and she is drawn into a web of deception and murders.
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Atlantis Rising Book 1: From Beneath, They Come

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Overview

Dylan's just an ordinary girl on summer break preparing for her senior year in high school. But when she meets Jaron, a strange and mysterious boy, she falls completely and madly in love with him. But he isn't quite what he seems and she is drawn into a web of deception and murders.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940033244386
  • Publisher: Mark Stephens
  • Publication date: 5/17/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 894,622
  • File size: 790 KB

Meet the Author

Mark Stephens lives in Orlando, Florida, by route of St. Marys, Ohio(birthplace) and Asheville, NC. Moving here in 1998 after visiting, he fell in love with the climate and the city, becoming active in the community and its growth.Writing has always been a love of his ever since high school, but, until recent advancements in technology, it was always an unrealistic passion to become a published author. Now, he's able to devote his time between writing and family and work. At least, until he doesn't have to work anymore.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 30, 2012

    A Good Read

    Classified as a paranormal romance, this is more Hunger Games than Twilight. It's about a young girl, Dylan, who meets and falls madly in love with a strange boy, Jaron. But he has a secret. He's from Atlantis. No spoilers, it says so in the title.
    This book is equal parts romance, action and mystery, although you already know the mystery it is fascinating to watch the MCs figure it out. The antagonist is Jaron's older brother, Julien, who is a power mad sibling who wishes to conquer the "surface world".
    I found the plotting to be well paced and evenly spread out with the secondary storylines feeding into the main one quite seamlessly. The characterization is rich enough to give you a clear vision of what's going on, but also allowed for imagination.
    There a few errors here and there but none of them detracted from the story.
    I highly recommend this as a read. Not only is it only a buck, but it will keep you wanting the next chapter in this saga.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 12, 2012

    A rip-roaring yarn. Romance is only a part of it. It was fairly

    A rip-roaring yarn. Romance is only a part of it. It was fairly quickly paced with only a few slow spots and ends as a single book although there are overtures of a sequel. It had alot in it for girls as well as boys.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 8, 2012

    I found this book very entertaining and well-plotted. A paranorm

    I found this book very entertaining and well-plotted. A paranormal romance without vampires and werewolves...refreshing. Part of a planned trilogy, the story was half romance as the ain characters, Dylan and Jaron, meet and it's love at first sight. Of course there are complications as he isn't quite as he seems and his brother is quite ambitious and a little mad.
    There are spots where the book is defiinitely young adult, some gruesomeness and suggestiveness, but nothing real overt. There was almost zero language in it and I found the emotional content to be real. All in all, a good read and a good bargain for under a buck.
    Will happily check out the sequel when it is released to see where the author goes with it.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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