Hippocampus by Tom Tancin
(The Atlantis Revolution)

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An Island that Shouldn't Exist... A Life He Didn't Know... A Destiny That Can't Be Escaped There was no turning back. We were going to set into motion a revolution that could either save Atlantis or leave it destroyed in the process. Sixteen-year-old Trey Atlas' known life is a lie. While he was raised in Miami, Trey was actually born in Atlantis. Sent off the legendary island as a baby for his own safety, Trey is the only living heir to the Atlantean throne. Whether he likes it or not, Trey has to go back to his birthplace and accept his role as the Ruling Prince and lead the revolution to defeat the Knights of the Abyss. Otherwise, thousands of innocent lives and his true family legacy could be lost forever.

About Tom Tancin

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At 30 years old, Tom Tancin has seventeen years of writing experience, six years of publishing experience, ten completed books, multiple accolades, and his work has been translated and sold into another language. He's also a 7th grade biology teacher.
Published March 22, 2012 233 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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