Book review: The Atlantis GENE

Book review: The Atlantis GENE by A.G. Riddle

 In this review I cover the amazing book The Atlantis GENE.  An amazing techno-thriller that will have you up late trying flipping pages.

Before we get into the review, thank you Facebook for showing me the ad for this book over and over again until I finally said, Fine I’ll read it. I guess targeted and forced advertising does work. 😆 

The Atlantis GENE is the first of the trilogy and is a thought-provoking techno-thriller about the origins of the human race. Full of global genetic experiments, ancient conspiracies, and the mysteries of human evolution. A.G. Riddle has created some very complex characters. With story line that loops historical and scientific details into a wonderful ride. 

Without going to deep and giving away the story, how did we make the leap in intelligence, and survive when other humanoid species didn’t? If we knew how we survived and evolved would we be shocked and what would humanity do once the truth was out?

The story opens with an expedition in the Antarctic. The expedition finds a German submarine U-Boat sticking out of an iceberg, but whats under the iceberg will change everything for the entire world. We jump to Jakarta , Indonesia and Dr. Kate Warner, a brilliant doctor and scientist is working on understanding and creating a cure for Autism. Her lab is invaded and two of her subjects, two small boys are kidnapped, setting events into play that will change her’s and the rest of mankind’s world forever.

On my scale of 1 to 5, 1 being don’t bother and 5 a true page turner. I give The Atlantis GENE a solid 5. This is a most read if you’re into action, intrigue and suspense. I’m sure you will enjoy. I am reading book 2 The Atlantis plague, so keep your eyes open for a review on what has been a great squeal to The Atlantis GENE

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