Book Review: The Atlantis Plague by A.G. Riddle

One of the best surprises this year in terms of reading was the first book The Atlantis Gene. I was really excited when I realized this had been published.  Here is my review of The Atlantis Plague by A.G. Riddle.

The Atlantis Plague: A Thriller (The Origin Mystery, Book 2) - A.G. Riddle

After the final events of the first book, we see that everything has just completely expanded.  A worldwide pandemic throws the world into total chaos.  We still have different factions of people with their own motives which keep things interesting.  There is also a lot more information about what happened over the course of human history and what that means in terms of the possibilities of the future.

Last time I mentioned that at certain points in the story I was getting confused, if anything I had a harder time in this story.  There was a bit of a stretch in the middle that I was just having a really hard time with.  As we got more information and people started showing their real loyalties I was able to get back into things, but I had to force myself through some rough parts to get there.

One of the things I really like is how things ultimately clicked and pulled together for an exciting ending.  We also get an epilogue that really caught my interest on where the story is going next.  I hope I don’t have to wait too long for the next book.  I give it three out of five stars.


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