Renowned archaeologist, Dr. Steven Carning, has been dreaming of discovery. Now, with his team of graduate students, he makes the discovery of a lifetime under the Great Sphinx. A hall of knowledge, left behind by an ancient civilization, older than can be imagined and lost to time. Now, as his team is scrambling to understand this fantastic find, with some unsolicited help by a cryptic monk, Steven undertakes translating the works of this lost civilization. As this translation evolves, Steven is looking into a window over 13,000 years old, understanding the roots of some of mankind's greatest civilizations.
Through this window, a world of pre-ancient cities and societies comes to light, unseen for eons, led by men and women who will remain immortal in the memory of mankind. Amongst this gaggle of near mythical figures and cities, the greatest of these centers of light is the famed Atlantis of legend. Led by their two great princes, Dias and Heracles, Steven unveils their life and trials. The brothers of thunder, as coined during their time, continually face internal challenges and threats to their bull throne. All the while, a rising evil in the east threatens their cousin, Prince Theseus and the city of Athens.
As the story of this lost era of man unfolds for Steven, mysterious forces are also watching with eager eyes, and unknown agendas. The Chronicles of Atlantis: The Age of Immortals is an exciting action tale where our long forgotten past will directly dictate the fate of mankind forever.
ALSO SEE: THE CHRONICLES OF ATLANTIS II: Dark Tides (Paperback ISBN: 9781632638502; Hardcover ISBN: 9781632638519)
About the Author
Born and raised in Brooklyn, he is a first generation Greek-American. His interest and passion for medicine is paralleled by his love of history and mythology. His focus has consistently been the origins of the most ancient civilizations, their respective mythologies, and what their influence has been on the modern world. His studies on the parallels and contrasts of mythological heroes and villains, and their socio-political foundations inspired much of this series.