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Publisher's Summary

Many have believed that Atlantis was a fiction created by Plato. Well Plato was not the first to write about it.
We have found a very much earlier document. It was written in 9619 BC, about 9,250 years before Plato's writing.
Further, we have assembled enough evidence in terms of archeological finds and scientific facts to provide convincing proof that Atlantis really did exist. And we have found the remains.
We structure the evidence to answers three basic questions: How was Atlantis created? Did it leave evidence or a legacy? How was it destroyed?
This audiobook is Part II.
©2011, 2012 UnknownTruths Publishing Company (P)2012 UnknownTruths Publishing Company
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1 out of 5 stars
By Christine on 02-26-14

Read out of order: Part II first...

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

This book would be best for someone who already knows something about Atlantis and enjoys the telling of all the details like how big the city was, where there were waterways and if the land was flat and mountains high and what did the buildings look like. If you can imagine much detail and keep it all in your head at once so that you can almost see the place in your mind, this would be good for you.

What could Walter Parks have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Walter Parks may have a different intended audience. I am sure there are people who would love this book. He is largely quoting Plato about the description of the place in the first part of this book. I don't know if that is the way it is all the way through this book because I did not make it to the end.

What didn’t you like about Lynn Benson’s performance?

This is the most monotoned reading I have ever heard. But the Lynn Benson would not have had much to go on. When you are reading descriptions of a place, on and on, how could you sound too excited?

What character would you cut from Atlantis The Eyewitnesses Part II: The Legacy of Atlantis?

I didn't get to the part where there were any characters.

Any additional comments?

This was one of the few books I was unable to finish.

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