The Lost Code (Atlanteans Series #1)

The Lost Code (Atlanteans Series #1)

by Kevin Emerson
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The Lost Code: Book One of the Atlanteans 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 210 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What an amazing little surprise this book was! It is quite the page turner! Can't wait for the rest of the trilogy to come out!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was hesitant to write this because I think reviews should be about the book, but I didn't know where else to put it. I agree with you 100%, that is why I won't read any book/movie review that is longer than a few sentences. The very instant I see "so and so did this, then; or "it starts with so and so doing" I quit reading. I belive the sellers need to screen the reviews and weed out those that want to retell the whole story because I want to read the authors story not someone elses version. Please B&N can't you be the first to do this for your customers?
MaddieG More than 1 year ago
This book HAS to be better than any other I've read, the way it's written makes it impossible to pull away from it. It's filled with amazing adventure and heart stopping thrill. Lost Code became a family favorite, even for the little siblings. They often play "mermaid" games and have become addicted to the pool. Overall, I'd recomend this book to anyone, of any age!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was really good and creative with some imagination but it was somewhat predictable. :/
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book exceeded expectations. Story revolves around teenagers but shouldn't be considered just a YA offering. It's intriguing, and as soon as you think you know where its going, something surprises you. I will definitely be reading the next book in the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you loved the adventrous books like Percy Jacksons or even Hunger Games, this book is totally recommended.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book. Def reccomend this one if you liked Percy Jackson and vice versa.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very creative. Thuroghly enjoyable.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am halfway through and will continue reading. I am curious as to where it is going, but I am pretty sure I have an idea. The story is interesting. However, the main character from whose point of view this is written is annoying.... really annoying. He also seems boring and harps on his little love interest wayyy too much; I am tired of hearing about her. If it was not for that, I MIGHT give 4 stars.
OldGringoWM More than 1 year ago
Couldn' get through the first chapter. I believe there is an audience for this fiction. I'm just not a part of that audience.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
.......and for regular old adults like myself as well. A classic coming-of-age story with the young, adorably geeky, hero, Owen, that will appeal to anyone who has ever felt like an awkward outsider and longed to find their place in the world. This is a PG-rated read that is appropriate for the 8-16 age group, though the story and characters make this a highly engaging book for all age groups. With a blend of modern technology, old world mythology, and sci-fi fantasy, the author has created a fascinating and oddly realistic world that will have you waiting in line for book 2 of the series. If you're a fan of Percy Jackson, Hunger Games, Harry Potter, and/or Indiana Jones, then this is the book for you!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a free friday book and i really enjoyed it. The author did a lot of research before writing this. The science and mythology are spot on. A very enjoyable easy summer read with suspense, mystery and a little coming of age romance.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Entertaining
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was so interseting could nit put it down. I cant wait until the second one!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is great book. I was pulled in at the first chapter and enjoyed the ride. I am not a child, nor have a ever been a teenage boy but it the point of literature to get another persons point of view and this author made it all quite clear. Thank you to Kevin Emerson
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is one of the free Friday books that I actually like! Thanks B&N c:
Anonymous 13 days ago
I did not like this book. However I felt I wasn’t the targeted audience. To me this is a young adult book and I am way past young adulthood.
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This book's main characters are teenagers and I'm a 40-something year old adult but I still thoroughly enjoyed this book! It's well-written and I wasn't able to put it down! I'll be purchasing book #2 in this series!
StephanieTiner More than 1 year ago
In a world of chaos, it's nice to let off a little steam, that's why there is Camp Eden in the EdenWest biodome. Her children and teens can experience all the joys of camp the way it used to be before the ocean failed and the oceans rose. Owen Parker has won a spot at Camp Eden for one month of pure camp fun, but not everything is as it would seem. Everything in Owen's life has changed, all starting when he drowned at the beginning of camp. Now he must figure out what is really going on at Camp Eden, and more important, how to make it out alive. I liked this book. This book begins in the middle of the action and keeps you in suspense throughout, giving you just enough to keep you reading without giving it all away too early. I must admit that there are some things that I did not like about this story. First of all, Owen goes through a sort of change at the beginning of the story and just as I was getting used to what it was, sorry about the vagueness but I don't want to spoil it for you, the author took it away. That annoyed me because I thought it was a really unique twist, unlike any of the other dystopian fantasies I have read recently. I also found some things greatly disturbing, things I also can't say any more about without huge spoilers. This is a difficult review for me to write because everything that I liked or disliked is extremely important to the story and I can't tell you about them without ruining the book. As A whole I am happy that I read this book, I believe it is a great edition to my library and I hope to read more of the series very very soon. I would recommend this to teens and adults that enjoy theorizing about Atlantis. I think my Mom would love this book.
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