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There are 6 books in the Atlantis series: Hidden Courage; Tomb of Atlantis; Curse of Atlantis; Tomb of Zeus; Weapon of Atlantis; and Atlantis: The Sacred Orb. Please see recommended order of reading below.

Hidden Courage: is the back story of the main character in the Atlantis series (Interesting, but not essential)
Tomb of Atlantis: is book 1
Curse of Atlantis: is book 2
Tomb of Zeus: is book 3
Weapons of Atlantis: is book 4
Atlantis: The Sacred Orb: is book 5

Curse of Atlantis:
In Tomb of Atlantis, Jack Roberts, an adventurer, discovered an artifact that may have belonged to a pyramid contained within the lost city of Atlantis. In Curse of Atlantis, the search for the pyramids continues. Jack and his archaeologist friends, Serena and Javier Arista, plan to take the artifact to Greece in order to find its connection to the lost pyramids of Atlantis. However, prior to leaving on the trip, Serena and the artifact are taken hostage by unscrupulous thieves who only want the riches contained within the pyramids. For Jack and Javier, it is a race against time to discover where the pyramid is, that contains the key to the lost civilization in order to save Serena and the ancient secrets of Atlantis.

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Curse of Atlantis
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Curse of Atlantis
May 24th, 2015
A really good read. Gripping from start to finish. The characters are well described so they are believable and interesting in themselves.
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April 11th, 2015
Fantastic hard to put the book down. A very exciting story and the characters seem so real you feel you know them.
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Curse of Atlantis
February 6th, 2015
A little bit slower than the first but still enough to make me want to read the next one It is a plausible story line and his writing style is warm and practised he draws you in and helps you to envision the city the people and of course the bad guys Full of traps and snares it begs the reader to stay up late just to see what happens next
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Atlantis curse
February 1st, 2015
Exciting and enjoyable but does contain many spelling mistakes. Allows you escape reality and become a young adventurer
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May 31st, 2014
A great sequel to “The Tomb Of Atlantis” and very cleverly written, I thoroughly enjoyed it.
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