An excellent review of current Atlantis views, well presented, an excellent narration. A joy of a book!
I enjoyed this book more for its historical accounts of ancient times before 500 BC to get more context on the stories of Atlantis that range back almost 12,000 years. I liked the discussions about Plato, Aristotle and Socrates because I didn't know about them and why they are considered the greatest philosophers. I also was fascinated about how important of math was to how the world worked as it related to geometry of shapes, music, and the earth and its relation to the universe. The ancients appeared to know much more than we give credit This book updates the reader on Atlantis theories, but I was much more interested in how the author presented ancient history than the actual Atlantis story.
Can't imagine "reading" this book any other way. So many names and places are similar, but are auditorily distingishable. And is an interesting account of Mediterranean history.
Not bad. Little boring at times to me. Too long.
After reading his book on Manchu Picchu I was excited to listen to another adventure with Mark Adams. Unfortunately, this one was a bit of a snoozer. Geometry, philosophy, and conjecture just didn’t deliver. Still enjoy this narrator.
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