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    Ancient Rising (Book One of the Rise of the Ancients Saga)

     

     ARNew3DcoverShort Synopsis: The JC De La Torre classic is back and better than ever. In 2005, Ancient Rising introduced the world to Dan Ryan, the hunt for Atlantis and the Greek Gods. Called by reviewers as “breathless, moving at a breakneck speed” and “fast moving adventure that fits into the Clive Cussler/Dan Brown mode,” the novel has become a cult phenomenon that endures. The author is re-releasing this novel as a companion to the 3D audiobook experience that features award winning radio theater personality Joe Bevilacqua and has been listened to around the world on Sirius/XM. This new version of Ancient Rising offers a tighter, better paced story and a new foreword by the author giving intimate background on the genesis of the Rise of the Ancients saga. A must for sci-fi readers and action/adventure enthusiasts.

    Book Details:
    Printed version-
    Printed:
     Paperback, 340 pages, 5.0 x 8.0 in., Perfect-bound
    ISBN-10: 0978527267
    ISBN-13: 978-0-9785272-6-6
    Paperback Suggested Retail Price: $9.95 BUY NOW AT AMAZON
    Copyright Year: © 2011 DLT Atlantis Publishing
    Original Copyright Year: © 2006 Luna Brillante Publishing
    E-Book Version
    All formats available including Kindle, IPhone
    E-book Suggested Retail Price: 99¢ AT SMASHWORDS
    Amazon Kindle Version: 99¢ Buy Now at Amazon

     

     

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    Now an audiobook – Check out the Three Chapter Preview

    AncientRisingPreview.mp3

     

     

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    Reviews:

    An entertaining and fast read with interesting concepts. I look forward to the obvious sequel. Highly recommended. — YetAnotherBookReview.com, 2005

    De la Torre has presented a well-written, fast moving adventure that fits into the Clive Cussler/Dan Brown mode. — Baryon Speculative Fiction Review, 2005

    The author done the homework and come up with a novel full of exotic places, musty-dusty finds and the Gods. — Fantasy Novel Review, 2006

    The hunt is breathless, moving at a breakneck speed that has you turning the page quicker as the end nears. — sffworld.com, 2005

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