Atlantis Lost by T. A. Barron
(Atlantis Saga)

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While Barron makes that final choice a hard one, the problems seen in the previous installments also haunt this final volume, making it one for committed fans only.
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Everyone has heard that the once-great island of Atlantis was destroyed . . . but who can tell you how it was created? The thrilling conclusion to the Atlantis trilogy by New York Times bestselling author T.A. Barron!

The veil between the Spirit Realm and the mortal world has fallen, and the evil lord Narkazan is primed to claim the magical Starstone for himself once and for all. But when tragedy befalls Promi's newly reunited family, he knows that he can't let Narkazan ruin everything his parents held dear. With his friends beside him, Promi battles Narkazan in the Spirit Realm, to ensure that the Starstone remains safe from Narkazan's mortal followers. But how far will Promi have to go to keep the world and the people he loves safe?
 
This action-packed conclusion to the Atlantis trilogy will have readers railing against fate as they say goodbye to their beloved magical island.
 
 
Praise for Atlantis in Peril:

"Barron’s trademark fast-paced action with a twist of humor will pull readers along."—School Library Journal

Praise for Atlantis Rising:

"An inventive and entertaining story."—Publishers Weekly
 
"Fans of Barron’s many books about Merlin will find much to enjoy here, as will those who loved of Rick Riordan’s “Percy Jackson” books."—School Library Journal
 
"A fun, thrill ride of an adventure, this should be a big hit with fans of Barron, Paolini, and Riordan."—VOYA 
 

About T. A. Barron

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T.A. Barron is the award-winning author of fantasy novels such as The Lost Years of Merlin epic-soon to be a major motion picture. He serves on a variety of environmental and educational boards including The Nature Conservancy and The Land and Water Fund of the Rockies, and is the founder of a national award for heroic children. Following a life-changing decision to leave a successful business career to write full-time in 1990, Barron has written seventeen books, but is happiest when on the mountain trails with his wife, Currie, and their five children.
 
Published November 8, 2016 by Philomel Books. 216 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Children's Books. Fiction
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on Aug 30 2016

While Barron makes that final choice a hard one, the problems seen in the previous installments also haunt this final volume, making it one for committed fans only.

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