The Atlantis Secret

The Atlantis Secret

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Author: S.A. Beck

Publisher: Beck Books

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Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 302

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Book 4 in the thrilling 7-book Atlantis Saga The US government, the US military, and world-renowned scientists are all after one thing—the Atlantis gene, from the descendants of the lost island of Atlantis. Jaxon is finally settling into LA with Brett by her side. As a vigilante in the night, Jaxon feels she’s finally living with purpose—until tragedy falls. Otto and the Atlantis Allegiance have a plan to rescue Jaxon and take her to Morocco... The Atlantis Secret is the 4th book in the action-packed 7-book Atlantis Saga, about the girl with the Atlantis gene. Book 1: The Atlantis Girl Book 2: The Atlantis Allegiance Book 3: The Atlantis Gene Book 4: The Atlantis Secret Book 5: The Atlantis Origins Book 6: The Atlantis Guard Book 7: The Atlantis Ascent Keywords:Urban Fantasy Mystery Series Teen Fantasy Greek Myth Young Adult Mysteries and Thrillers Young Adult Action Thriller Teen Romantic Mystery Young Adult Romantic Suspense
Categories: Young Adult Fiction

The Atlantis Guard

The Atlantis Guard

ALL BOOKS BY S.A. BECK The Atlantis Saga (7-book series) Book 1: The Atlantis Girl Book 2: The Atlantis Allegiance Book 3: The Atlantis Gene Book 4: The Atlantis Secret Book 5: The Atlantis Origins Book 6: The Atlantis Guard Book 7: The ...

Author: S.A. Beck

Publisher: Beck Books

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Category: Fiction

Page: 270

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Book 6 in the thrilling 7-book Atlantis Saga The US government, the US military, and world-renowned scientists are all after one thing—the Atlantis gene, from the descendants of the lost island of Atlantis. Agent Isadore has competition. The Russians also want the Atlantis Allegiance. They seem to be searching for something more than the Atlantis gene that her boss had already injected into ordinary humans—to great success. Jaxon has secrets to protect, but a set of loose lips in the Atlantis Allegiance lands the team in a life-and-death gunfight in Timbuktu. More trouble comes their way in the form of twin assassins that even General Corbin and Agent Isadore fear. The Atlantis Guard is book 6 in the 7-book Atlantis Saga, about the girl with the Atlantis gene. Book 1: The Atlantis Girl Book 2: The Atlantis Allegiance Book 3: The Atlantis Gene Book 4: The Atlantis Secret Book 5: The Atlantis Origins Book 6: The Atlantis Guard Book 7: The Atlantis Ascent Keywords: young adult science fiction military experiments teen paranormal fantasy series YA action thriller fantasy teen Atlantis dark fantasy Ancient civilization Greek mythology fiction series
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The Atlantis Allegiance

The Atlantis Allegiance

ALL BOOKS BY S.A. BECK The Atlantis Saga (7-book series) Book 1: The Atlantis Girl Book 2: The Atlantis Allegiance Book 3: The Atlantis Gene Book 4: The Atlantis Secret Book 5: The Atlantis Origins Book 6: The Atlantis Guard Book 7: The ...

Author: S.A. Beck

Publisher: Beck Books

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 195

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Book 2 in the thrilling 7-book Atlantis Saga The US government, the US military, and world-renowned scientists are all after one thing—the Atlantis gene, from the descendants of the lost island of Atlantis. After Otto is put into prison, Jaxon escapes from the Welcome Forever Group Home before whoever is after her can catch her. Ginger calls in a favor and gets Jaxon placed in a new home in Los Angeles. Life at the Grants’ mansion seems too good to be true. They’re an upper-class couple who want Jaxon to get the best education, so Jaxon is forced to attend private yoga and martial arts lessons while going to a posh private school full of self-entitled rich kids. She misses Otto and Ginger. But Ginger isn’t who Jaxon thinks she is. And neither are the Grants. Meanwhile, Otto is abducted by a gang who calls themselves the Atlantis Allegiance… The Atlantis Allegiance is the 2nd book in the 7-book Atlantis Saga, about the girl with the Atlantis gene. Book 1: The Atlantis Girl Book 2: The Atlantis Allegiance Book 3: The Atlantis Gene Book 4: The Atlantis Secret Book 5: The Atlantis Origins Book 6: The Atlantis Guard Book 7: The Atlantis Ascent keywords: Urban Fantasy Mystery Series Teen Fantasy Greek Myth Young Adult Mysteries and Thrillers Young Adult Action Thriller Teen Romantic Mystery Young Adult Romantic Suspense
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

The Atlantis Origins

The Atlantis Origins

ALL BOOKS BY S.A. BECK The Atlantis Saga (7-book series) Book 1: The Atlantis Girl Book 2: The Atlantis Allegiance Book 3: The Atlantis Gene Book 4: The Atlantis Secret Book 5: The Atlantis Origins Book 6: The Atlantis Guard Book 7: The ...

Author: S.A. Beck

Publisher: Beck Books

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Category: Fiction

Page: 313

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The Atlantis Girl

The Atlantis Girl

MORE BOOKS BY S.A. BECK The Atlantis Saga (7-book series) Book 1: The Atlantis Girl Book 2: The Atlantis Allegiance Book 3: The Atlantis Gene Book 4: The Atlantis Secret Book 5: The Atlantis Origins Book 6: The Atlantis Guard Book 7: ...

Author: S.A. Beck

Publisher: Beck Books

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 292

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~*~*~*~FREE FOR A LIMITED TIME~*~*~*~ Book 1 in the thrilling 7-book Atlantis Saga The US government, the US military, and world-renowned scientists are all after one thing—the Atlantis gene, from the descendants of the lost island of Atlantis. Sixteen-year-old Jaxon Andersen doesn’t know anything about her origins and has been shuffled around different foster homes ever since she can remember. Trouble follows her, but bullies underestimate her small stature; she has an inexplicable strength, and she can kick some serious butt. She tries for a fresh start at the Forever Welcome Group Home for Juveniles. Dr. Hollis, her psychiatrist, is fascinated by her intelligence and astounded by her strange powers. However, Jaxon is still an easy target for bullies. She seeks refuge in the company of Otto Heike, an eighteen-year-old athlete and boys’ resident assistant. Will Otto think Jaxon’s a freak when he discovers her secrets? Meanwhile, the US military, which is performing terrifying genetic experiments, is closing in on Jaxon… The Atlantis Girl is the 1st book in the 7-book Atlantis Saga, about the girl with the Atlantis gene. Book 1: The Atlantis Girl Book 2: The Atlantis Allegiance Book 3: The Atlantis Gene Book 4: The Atlantis Secret Book 5: The Atlantis Origins Book 6: The Atlantis Guard Book 7: The Atlantis Ascent Keywords: Urban Fantasy Mystery Series Teen Fantasy Greek Myth Young Adult Mysteries and Thrillers Young Adult Action Thriller Teen Romantic Mystery Young Adult Romantic Suspense
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

The Atlantis Gene

The Atlantis Gene

Book 3 of the Atlantis Saga S.A. Beck. THE TLANTIS is ENE *, He as ANTissaca Bookt REE oo:: THE ATLANTIS GENE BOOK 3 OF THE ATLANTIS SAGA S.A.. Front Cover.

Author: S.A. Beck

Publisher: Beck Books

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Category: Fiction

Page: 307

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Book 3 in the thrilling 7-book Atlantis Saga The US government, the US military, and world-renowned scientists are all after one thing—the Atlantis gene, from the descendants of the lost island of Atlantis. Jaxon’s new life in LA is torture until she hears about a teenage vigilante in the news. Turns out he’s someone she knows from her posh private school. She begins sneaking out of the house to join him in his fight against criminals downtown. General Meade will stop at nothing to defend the world against alien threat and will thwart his own government to be the savior. Meanwhile, the Atlantis Allegiance operates off the grid and has plans to go on a world trip to find the original island of Atlantis. The Atlantis Gene is the 3rd book in the 7-book Atlantis Saga, about the girl with the Atlantis gene. Book 1: The Atlantis Girl Book 2: The Atlantis Allegiance Book 3: The Atlantis Gene Book 4: The Atlantis Secret Book 5: The Atlantis Origins Book 6: The Atlantis Guard Book 7: The Atlantis Ascent Keywords: Urban Fantasy Mystery Series Teen Fantasy Greek Myth Young Adult Mysteries and Thrillers Young Adult Action Thriller Teen Romantic Mystery Young Adult Romantic Suspense
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The Atlantis Ascent

The Atlantis Ascent

Book 7 of the Atlantis Saga S.A. Beck. THE ATLANTIS ASCENT BOOK 7 OF THE ATLANTIS SAGA S.A. BECK Sign up for S.A. Beck's Newsletter to get 99¢ new Front Cover.

Author: S.A. Beck

Publisher: Beck Books

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Category: Fiction

Page: 270

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~~THE THRILLING FINAL BOOK IN THE ATLANTIS SAGA~~ The US government, the US military, and world-renowned scientists are all after one thing—the Atlantis gene, from the descendants of the lost island of Atlantis. General Corbin is close to dictatorship of the United States—and possibly the world—but the Atlantis Allegiance is still a thorn in his side. Now there are a shadowy group of Atlanteans with special powers and deadly Russian spies thrown into the mix. His hired guns, Agent Isadore Grant and the psychopathic McKay twins, are outnumbered in Africa. He must go there himself, with two soldiers injected with the Atlantean serum, and take care of business once and for all. Jaxon, her new Atlantean friends, and her human allies are narrowly avoiding death in the African desert. When she's kidnapped in the middle of the night, she's truly on her own. Read the action-packed conclusion in the 7-book Atlantis Saga: Book 1: The Atlantis Girl Book 2: The Atlantis Allegiance Book 3: The Atlantis Gene Book 4: The Atlantis Secret Book 5: The Atlantis Origins Book 6: The Atlantis Guard Book 7: The Atlantis Ascent Keywords: young adult science fiction military experiments teen paranormal fantasy series YA action thriller fantasy teen Atlantis dark fantasy Ancient civilization Greek mythology fiction series
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Atlantis Lost

Atlantis Lost

Also by T. A. Barron The Atlantis Saga Atlantis Rising Atlantis in Peril Never Again: The Origin of Grukarr The Merlin Saga Merlin: Book One: The Lost Years Merlin: Book Two: The Seven Songs Merlin: Book Three: The Raging Fires Merlin: ...

Author: T. A. Barron

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9780698174603

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 224

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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 Lost: "Good and evil contrast starkly in this lush fantasy world populated with unicorns, wind lions, wyverns, dragons, mistwraiths, and human folk."—VOYA 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
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Atlantis in Peril

Atlantis in Peril

Also by T. A. Barron: The Atlantis Saga Atlantis Rising The Merlin Saga Merlin: Book One: The Lost Years Merlin: Book Two: The Seven Songs Merlin: Book Three: The Raging Fires Merlin: Book Four: The Mirror of Fate Merlin: Book Five: A ...

Author: T. A. Barron

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9780698172647

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 272

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The second in the Atlantis trilogy by New York Times bestselling author T. A. Barron In Atlantis Rising, Promi and Atlanta saved their homeland by transforming it into the magical island of Atlantis. They had hoped that would keep it out of the clutches of the evil spirit warlord Narkazan. But Narkazan has returned, more determined than ever to conquer the spirit realm and Atlantis as well. Will the destiny of the mystical isle lie in the boat of Greek sailors who wash up on shore? The powers of the ethereal oceanglass? Or will the growing bond between Promi and Atlanta cause the strongest magic? With his trademark action, adventure and suspense, master of fantasy T.A. Barron explores the magical world of Atlantis and how its inhabitants' actions sow the seeds of its destruction. 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 T. A. Barron’s novels: “Brilliant, significant, and illuminating . . . an intense and profoundly spiritual adventure.”—Lloyd Alexander “A crescendo of miracles.”—Madeleine L’Engle “Interesting and august . . . compelling.”—The New York Times “In the best tradition . . . classic.”—Parents Magazine
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Locating the Romantic Subject

Locating the Romantic Subject

In the " Atlantis - Saga , " consciousness , even hyper- consciousness , has entered the picture . Both the story and the reader are presumably at a higher stage in the development toward poetic subjecthood , but the higher state of ...

Author: Gail M. Newman

Publisher: Wayne State University Press

ISBN: 0814326501

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 276

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Gail Newman's extensive introduction locates Novalis in the sociohistorical and philosophical context of the late eighteenth century, focusing on the theory of the subject that emerged at that time. She outlines the relationship of psychoanalytic and literary interpretation from the Freudian to the French to her own Winnicottian perspective. In the body of the text she provides a detailed and thorough analysis of Novalis's principal narrative text, the novel Heinrich von Ofterdingen (1801).
Categories: Literary Criticism