ATLANTIS has been published in more than 70 editions in 30 languages. Click on the covers below for links to publishers or Amazon. A number of these covers . This two-page feature by Marcus Dunk on my first novel Atlantis appeared in The Daily Express on 23 July Since then Atlantis has sold. : Atlantis (Jack Howard) (): David Gibbins: Books. Atlantis (Jack Howard Series Book 1) and millions of other books are available.

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Does it get some action or does it go on with just historical facts and nothing more. Cipher FictionPhaistos Disc. If I had looked at the ratings for all four books by David Gibbons I would certainly have looked elsewhere as I have rarely seen so many negative reviews for one author.

Atlantis (Jack Howard, #1) by David Gibbins

Today I turn to an old article in my files… and lo! And the Hey Phaistos! Dec 09, Giannis rated it really liked it. Diane on March 13, at 4: Open Preview See atalntis Problem?

Review of David Gibbins’ “Atlantis”…

YES I have read and consent to Hachette Australia using my personal information or data as set out in its Privacy Policy and I understand I have the right to withdraw my consent at any time. The hunt is on for… Marine archaeologist Jack Howard has stumbled upon the keys to an ancient puzzle.

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This book was terrible. David Gibbins is an expert in his chosen field, and that expertise shines in this book.

Frankly, I am surprised this book got published. I had to abandon this book.

Paperbackpages. I received my bachelor’s degree in history. May 11, Emma rated it it was ok Shelves: Books by David Gibbins. Jack Howard is a likable protagonist. Jun 29, Trish Wylie rated it did not like it. Unfortunately, like many others who have reviewed it here on Goodreads, I found the techno-babble too much and on the numerous occasions when the author felt the need to tell me everything in excruciating detail found myself skipping over chunks of the text.

It also didn’t help that the characters’ personalities were none existent. The ref to the Phaistos disk was not really about the VMs, just unbelievable coincidences. I also didn’t like that whatever situation the main character fibbins himself in, he had always done it or found himself in that situation before so there was no sense of peril because he easily got out of it in a few sentences.

The Gods of Atlantis by David Gibbins – Books – Hachette Australia

Many of the action scenes seemed implausible, especially within context of the characters involved in them. There is no dialogue, only again the actors entering lecture mode and telling us about the plot. It’s gibbisn in some areas, perhaps a little tedious in others. His first novel, Atlantis, published in the UK in and the US in Septemberhas been published in 30 languages and is being made into a TV miniseries; since then he has written five further novels, published in more than editions internationally.


This is a dreadful book in my opinion, although others are entitled to their thoughts about it. The guy deserves a Nobel prize compared to this book. As well as nine novels in his Jack Howard series of archaeological thrillers, he has written two novels set in the world of gibibns Rome. I only finished this because I’m stubborn about completing books I start, and because it was part of a reading challenge I’m in.

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In his novel, archaeologists led by Howard atantis upon clues to the location of Atlantis during excavations and race to find it, battling Islamic extremists and a sunken Russian nuclear submarine packed with warheads. This site uses cookies: But before we get carried away and take to the oceans, Gibbins is keen to point out that his theories about Atlantis are exactly that: I would highly recommend it to anyone wanting to read about undersea archaeology with a touch of fiction to give it a little zing.

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