Bombs, Angels, Dolphins, Hobgoblins, Crazy Monkeys, Reginald In A Rage, Satan On The Toiletall Mixed With Absurdly Serious Issues Will A Selfish Plan For Immortality Destroy The Human Race Or Will There Be Light Beyond The End Of The Tunnel High Chief Of Security Sipho, With His Female Dolphin Sidekick Kang Dee, Investigates The Latest In A Long Line Of Terrorist Attacks By The Unseen Against Atlantis, The Utopian Gem Of The Physical Universe, And Finds Than He Could Have Ever Imagined Just keeps getting better and better Now the gang of Satan, God, even Michael the angel are further back in time to Atlantis and a high tech civilisation Unfortunately, humans being humans, they ve messed it all up, especially 2 guys who want everything, including immortality And they ll do anything to get it A lot of new characters to enjoy and tons of new ideas and concepts And the biggest conspiracy theory yet I could see the end coming, but what a book Read it if you can, it s great The Rage of Atlantis by Dani J Caile is the fourth book by this author that I am reading in direct succession I got hooked on his absurd yet clever sense of humour after the first Caile s work features fantasy creatures, biblical themes and of course in this excellent book the myth of Atlantis.This is a thriller with heavenly intervention, a moral tale about greed and corruption, a magical fantasy story and a very funny read, all in one book.Caile has a knack for presenting human nature with sharp observational humour but by bringing in absurd and hilarious elements he keeps his readers engaged and entertained His characters are well put together, his choice of plot is truly inspired yet his themes are never far from reality.A captivating book.
English teacher and proofreader turned amateur fantasy fiction writer Worked on a 4 and a 1 2 book humourous fantasy series based on a sardonic Neoplantonic world through the ages, dealing with problems in the 21st century All books have been written to great acclaim though not many people have read them yet
- 296 pages
- The Rage of Atlantis
- Dani J. Caile
- 17 April 2019 Dani J. Caile