Rise of the Ancients - Annuna

Rise of the Ancients Annuna The latest two books of the Rise of the Ancients saga are combined into one action packed novel Book II Ancient Destruction picks up where Ancient Rising left off as Dan Ryan and Prometheus battles Ze

  • Title: Rise of the Ancients - Annuna
  • Author: J.C. De La Torre
  • ISBN: 9780978527235
  • Page: 482
  • Format: Paperback
  • The latest two books of the Rise of the Ancients saga are combined into one action packed novel Book II Ancient Destruction picks up where Ancient Rising left off as Dan Ryan and Prometheus battles Zeus, Poseidon and the other Gods as they race to a secret location that could be the catalyst to saving mankind While the battle wages on, we learn the origin of man, the rThe latest two books of the Rise of the Ancients saga are combined into one action packed novel Book II Ancient Destruction picks up where Ancient Rising left off as Dan Ryan and Prometheus battles Zeus, Poseidon and the other Gods as they race to a secret location that could be the catalyst to saving mankind While the battle wages on, we learn the origin of man, the rise to power of the Gods, and the fall of Atlantis Finally, in BOOK III Rise of the Annuna Ryan must go through Heaven and Hell, face his own internal demons, and convince the Annuna to join in a climactic battle with humanity hanging in the balance.

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    • A.F. says:

      Rise of the Ancients – Annuna by JC De La Torre is an intriguing fantasy that sprinkles ancient gods, mythology, theology, history, and world origins onto the pages and swirls it all into a philosophical adventure and an end-of-the-world apocalypse.This novel is the continuation of the Rise of the Ancients saga, which began in JC De La Torre’s novel Ancient Rising -Rise of the Ancients Book 1. In Rise of the Ancients – Annuna the story resumes directly after the events in the first book, ( [...]

    • Ivy M says:

      I had a lot of trouble getting into this book. I think it was because I had not read the first book in the series. The author did bring me up to date on what was going on in the course of this book but I still could not really get into the book. The fact that it is all set in modern times but has the ancient gods involved in it also was a problem. The writing is good and the descriptions were very good alsoI just could not get into this book.

    • Bryan Ewert says:

      After slogging my way through Ancient Rising, I simply couldn't finish this one.If you're looking for a compelling, entertaining, and nigh more believable romp with the Greek Gods, try Dan Simmon's "Ilium" and "Olympos."

    • April says:

      Interesting twist on what I have previously read on Greek mythology. Titans are good, Zeus and the others are bad, different.Pretty good story, though I kind of got a little lost in the middle but was able ti figure it out.

    • J.C. Torre says:

      I don't think I'm allowed to review my own book.but I think its great! :-)

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