Atlantis: The King's Return

Atlantis: The King's Return

D.K. Combs / Jun 26, 2019

Atlantis The King s Return Ambrose The name is not only feared but shunned and reviled He s a monster sentenced to a life of desolation and loneliness and no one but his tormentor knows his whereabouts at the bottom of the oc

  • Title: Atlantis: The King's Return
  • Author: D.K. Combs
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  • Page: 368
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  • Ambrose The name is not only feared, but shunned and reviled He s a monster sentenced to a life of desolation and loneliness, and no one but his tormentor knows his whereabouts at the bottom of the ocean A creature of the sea cursed because of one simple mistake Mari Her life was a small happy bubble until it s popped by the finding out that her boyfriend has been chAmbrose The name is not only feared, but shunned and reviled He s a monster sentenced to a life of desolation and loneliness, and no one but his tormentor knows his whereabouts at the bottom of the ocean A creature of the sea cursed because of one simple mistake Mari Her life was a small happy bubble until it s popped by the finding out that her boyfriend has been cheating on her just as the cruise ship she s on starts to sink She s sure that death is near until she drowns upon an underwater cave and a hulking man with swirling eyes.Seeing a chance to escape, Ambrose forces the terrified Mari to help them both, but not before ultimately changing her life and her legs Their worlds turning upside in the matter of minutes, Ambrose is on a mission to clear his name and Mari s on a mission to return to land But how can she do that when she slowly starts to fall for the dangerous, damaged man who only wants to be free and heal her own heart in the process

    Kings of Atlantis But Donnelly, also suggested, unconvincingly, that the gods of the Greeks were just the deified kings of Atlantis part IV, chap II , while it is likely that they were just personifications of natural phenomena An unusual feature of the Atlantean kings is the meeting every fifth and sixth year. Atlantis King YouTube Sign in now to see your channels and recommendations Sign in Watch Queue Queue Atlantis Atlantis Ancient Greek , island of Atlas is a fictional island mentioned within an allegory on the hubris of nations in Plato s works Timaeus and Critias, where it represents the antagonist naval power that besieges Ancient Athens, the pseudo historic embodiment of Leonard Nimoy in Disney s Atlantis YouTube Apr , Leonard Nimoy lends his voice to the king of Atlantis The supervising animator for King Nedakh has only one word for Leonard Nimoy Wow He King s Chamber Atlantis The Lost Empire Wiki FANDOM The King s Chamber is where the Atlantean royalty reside in Atlantis It is located at the top of the center building structure of the city It is located at the top of the center building structure of the city. Atlantis The King s Return The Atlanteans Book Kindle Atlantis The King s Return The Atlanteans Book Kindle edition by D.K Combs, Covers by Combs Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Atlantis The King s Return The Atlanteans Book . Atlantis Greek Mythology Link maicar Atlantis was ruled by a confederation of kings and its power extended over Libya as far as Egypt and over Europe as far as Tuscany About years before the Trojan War , Atlantis attempted to conquer the whole of the Mediterranean world but was defeated by the Athens of those remote times and its allies. Kashekim Nedakh Disney Wiki FANDOM powered by Wikia Kashekim Nedakh is a character in Atlantis The Lost Empire who is the King and ruler of the lost continent of Atlantis, and the father of Princess Kidagakash Nedakh Kashekim Nedakh is the king and ruler of Atlantis at the height of its power In his arrogance, he uses the Heart of Atlantis as Kings of Atlantis Kings of Atlantis is an American animation web television series produced exclusively for YouTube Red and YouTube Kids, which starred Cody Owen JoeBuz The series premiered on April , The series premiered on April , . Atlantis The King s Return The Atlantis The King s Return starts with a good beginning Unfortunately there are several aspects that made the story dull in some parts If others would like Mari and the whirlwind romance between her and Ambrose, then I m not certainly not one of them.

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    1. 4 stars**edit** Currently 0.99p on I have always had a slight fascination with the myth of Atlantis. Watched a fair amount of documentaries that try to figure out if it truly existed and where. I also love reading how authors spin the myth and make it their own. So when I saw the title of this, I pounced.The book starts rather ominously with a shipwreck. Mari has been forced by her boyfriend to go alone on the couple's cruise they were supposed to go together. Following a bout of seasickness, sh [...]


    2. The Atlantis: The King's Return starts with a good beginning. Unfortunately there are several aspects that made the story dull in some parts. If others would like Mari and the whirlwind romance between her and Ambrose, then I'm not certainly not one of them. Another disappointment is the unexpected ending; it ended hastily that will confuse and make readers curious on what happened to some characters, and whether it will be answered on the second book.


    3. O.M.G. I LOVE THIS BOOK! loved loved lovedddd this read. I've been a big fan of the little mermaid ever since I was a little girl and now reading this adult version makes me swoon big time! I love just about EVERYTHING I just read. The story-line is really interesting and thankfully this first book doesn't end on a huge cliffhanger but leaves you with a semi-finished feeling which I'm very thankful for because I hate cliffhangers haha. Especially if the book has just been released and you have t [...]


    4. koeur.wordpress/2017/09/1Publisher: DK CombsPublishing Date: August 2017ISBN: 9781522056379Genre: FantasyRating: 1.0/5Publishers Description: Ambrose. The name is not only feared, but shunned and reviled. He’s a monster sentenced to a life of desolation and loneliness, and no one but his tormentor knows his whereabouts — at the bottom of the ocean. A creature of the sea cursed because of one simple mistake…Review: Ah where to start. The opening to this novel was dam good. Mari has strength [...]


    5. So I did really enjoy this story but there were quite a few things that bothered me about it. Not huge things that took away from the book but enough where it drove me crazy.The story itself was fantastic. I loved it. I love books about Atlantis. I Loved Ambrose. He was super sweet and kind especially for a man that was tortured for 2000 years. I think that Mari was good for him because she was so bubbly and I just think that helped him. So I liked the idea behind this story. I love that a morta [...]



    6. I really enjoyed this book. I intially picked it because I am obsessed with all things mythical and Atlantis is at the top of the list (with dragons). As soon as I started it I felt for Mari who is alone on a couples cruise because her boyfriend had to “work”. She is alone and sad and her boat starts to sink the mintue she finds out that he has been cheating on her – how can you not feel for her and what she is going through.Mari and Ambrose fit together and work really well, yes you can s [...]


    7. Ambrose Katariglos was forced into the role of king of Atlantis when he was basically a teenager due to the deaths of his parents. For over 500 years he ruled fairly and well until someone framed him for the sinking of the island and the resulting deaths of many Atlanteans. Ambrose was dragged before the gods and exiled from the only home he'd ever known. As he was leaving his beloved Atlantis, a petty, cruel lesser god kidnapped him, trapping him in a cave that even the other gods could not fin [...]


    8. What a book!! I need more. Hopefully we will get more information about the second one soon.Full review to come on thebookdutchesses.wordpress




    9. Worth the readI think this book changed my mind on mermen. The humour and storytelling had me believing that I could see the story in my head.


    10. *I received this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*I picked up this book because I wanted to read a fantasy with mermaids and I love the tale of Altantis. This ended up being more Romance than Fantasy genre, but I was ready to roll with it. Straight-up: This book is confusing. Things just don't entirely make sense. Mari's reactions to things can get to the point of childish or ridiculous. How long is she going to think she is dead?! Then why didn't she even ask Ambrose why [...]


    11. Full review also on my blog: nextbookaroundthecorner.wordpEver since I got hooked on the Argenaus series from Lynsay Sands, I have a weak spot for stories from Atlantis. But where the Atlanteans in Lynsay's books turn into immortals living among us, with D.K. Combs they turn into mermaids and merman. The only comparison is that they both are able to turn 'normal' humans into their form.And this is exactly what happens to Mari, after she ends up in an underwater cave with Ambrose. He is a helples [...]


    12. I am so confused on how I ultimately feel about Atlantis: The King's Return. The story is great. The characters teeter-totter between good and incredibly annoying.The story itself was interesting, and enough to hook a reader. The main character, Mari, started so strong and great. A woman to get behind. But then she goes completely out of her mind. Completely irrational. Her mood swings and the way she would blow up about things she's never heard of to know anything about were crazy. It's later e [...]


    13. I loved this. It's basically about an Atlantean (merman) trapped in a cave by a goddess to torture and to use for her own power. Then comes this mortal woman from a shipwreck who accidentally comes to the cave and helps save him and they journey to their way to Atlantis to help him claim back his throne (he's the rightful heir).Anyways this is a wonderful story. Mari, is the most hilarious character ever. I can't help but laugh so much at parts because her lines are just too darn hilarious. It a [...]


    14. I loved this book. There are like a handful of mermaid based novels that are actually good and not banal. Literallya handful. That Little Mermaid/Disney Princess/Damsel in Distress culture is so central to pop culture it's hard to alter mermaid theme novels into the same fan base as other mystical creatures. But it's worth it. Everybody loves a comeback story and a revival of a much loved pastime is always a good idea. I mean look how vampires were once just scary one dimensional characters but [...]


    15. Atlantis the King's Return is an adventure story about the lost city which is very heavy on the romance. This would be perfect for someone who likes a lot of romance in their stories but it was a bit of a miss for me.The plot for Atlantis felt quite complex to understand at parts but the use of mythological creatures and minor gods made it interesting. The main villain at times felt a bit forced to be the stereotypical bad guy.Mari at times felt like she was written to be not the brightest but h [...]


    16. Loved it!!If you love the idea that there are mermaids/men beneath the sea and a good romance then this is the perfect story for you. There are well rounded villains and a good man with a need for compassion, love and acceptance. Mari suffers a heart break and then meets someone being tormented and looking hope. Ambrose was once the king of Atlantis and was blamed for its call beneath the sea, but with Mari's help escapes his tormented a minor goddesses Ceto. By showing caring and compassion Mar [...]


    17. An Easy ReadWhile this book was a quick and easy enjoyable read, I couldn't give it five stars due to the immaturity of Mari. At times she was downright Annoying. And when she wasn't acting like a child, Poor Ambrose was suffering in self loathing and pity. I mean I honestly couldn't remember what Mark's age was nor how it was possible for Ambrose not to know how at least Mari felt about him. Whether he deserved it or not.But, yet and still, an okay book.


    18. I'm a huge fan of anything Atlantis, but unfortunately, this book fell short for me. It had great writing and a unique story that I was interested in, but the world building was lacking. Everything moved way to fast. There wasn't enough time to fall in love with the characters and get to know who they were. Plus, the main Character Mari was an airhead. Not the story for me.Received an advance reader copy in exchange for a fair review.


    19. I liked it but it was lacking I mean the first half was so awesome but then it went sideways so fast! I love the cheesy wordplays, the universe the author created! But the end was so rushed, i understand that it’ll be a series but still Anyway I’ll definitely read the second book! Want to know how all of this will unravel.


    20. Ugggggggggggggggghhhhh I wanted to like this book so much! But I just found myself cringing at so much of the dialogue and character 'development'. Sorry to say but this was just bad fantasy romance.I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.


    21. I am so freaking in love with this book and DK Combs' writing. I loved the story and the overall feel of it. The characters, the story, everything. I am gonna bug Daqri until the next one in this series is out.


    22. It wasn't a bad book (the half I read at least) plot wise, not at all. But certain characters and circumstances just pissed me off too much. So it's a me problem why my rating is low, not the writing or the story per say.



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