by Chris Paras


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Dr. Steven Carning and his team continue their work in Egypt, translating and deciphering the greatest find of their careers, despite the murder of a team member. In the midst of this chaos, Steven is called back to New York to explain this tragic event and provide an update on the status of the dig to his mysterious sponsor. There, Steven reconnects with his childhood friend, Daniel Sotis, a hood who deals in black market antiquities. Back at the dig site, Lee-Ann and George continue digging and searching for a lost world, 13,000 years old.

That world, now dark and wet, is thirteen years after the great cataclysm where half of mankind either drowned in the flood, or died in the pestilence and famine that followed. Princes Dias and Heracles are forced to face their own demons, while working toward the survival of the remnants of Atlantis and her people. Meanwhile, Pharaoh Horus attempts to broker a marriage between King Sundiata’s daughter Jenga and Prince Philo of Ceftiu, as he himself is infected with the affliction of passion for a young woman with an uncertain past. Unperceived by the surviving centers of light, in the east, Queen Lila, thought to be long defeated, re-emerges desiring nothing less than blood and vengeance, while continuing the mysterious plans of the Annunaki.

Dark Tides is the highly anticipated continuation of the exciting Chronicles of Atlantis series.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781632638502
Publisher: Inc
Publication date: 09/10/2018
Series: Chronicles of Atlantis , #2
Pages: 582
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 1.30(d)

About the Author

Dr. Chris Paras is an assistant professor of medicine and practicing endocrinologist. He earned his bachelor of arts degree in history and biology, at New York University.

His interest and passion for medicine is paralleled by his love of history and mythology. His focus has consistently been the origins of ancient civilizations and their respective mythologies. His studies on the parallels and contrasts of mythological heroes and villains, and their socio-political foundations inspired much of this series.

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