The Far Dawn: Book Three Of The Atlanteans

Paperback | August 26, 2014

byKevin Emerson

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The Far Dawn is the third and final novel in Kevin Emerson's Atlanteans series, bringing the story of Atlantean descendant Owen Parker to a high-stakes, dramatic conclusion. The Atlanteans series has been praised for its "emotional sucker punches" (Kirkus Reviews), "solid world building" (ALA Booklist), and "mind-blowing fantasy with characters you'll love" (bestselling author Michael Grant).

In The Far Dawn, Owen and Lilly are on their own, two of the three Atlanteans left on a journey to find Atlantis and protect it from the selfish greed of their nemesis Paul and Project Elysium. As time grows short and darkness overtakes the planet, Owen must face Paul's greatest treachery yet. He must choose—does he save the planet, or the people he loves?

Perfect for fans of Star Wars, Percy Jackson, or The Hunger Games, The Far Dawn takes readers on an explosive journey through time and space with heartrending decisions, pulse-pounding action, and fascinating questions of science and ethics alike. Both the paperback and ebook editions include extra content on "where science stops and fantasy starts" in the world of the series.

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The Far Dawn is the third and final novel in Kevin Emerson's Atlanteans series, bringing the story of Atlantean descendant Owen Parker to a high-stakes, dramatic conclusion. The Atlanteans series has been praised for its "emotional sucker punches" (Kirkus Reviews), "solid world building" (ALA Booklist), and "mind-blowing fantasy with c...

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The Three is a lie. The Three will fail.Having barely escaped Desenna, Owen and Lilly are on their own now, two of the three Atlanteans on a journey to find Atlantis and protect it from the selfish greed of their nemesis Paul and Project Elysium. The horrors of the desert are behind them, yet the secrets buried in the ice ahead have th...

Kevin Emerson is the author of twelve novels, includingExileand the Atlanteans series. Kevin is a singer, drummer, and guitarist and has played in bands since high school. He has toured across the country and in Europe and the UK and now lives in Seattle, one of the best music cities in the world.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:368 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.83 inPublished:August 26, 2014Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0062062867

ISBN - 13:9780062062864

Customer Reviews of The Far Dawn: Book Three Of The Atlanteans

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from A finale that inspires! I fell in love with this series despite the bad reviews from others and after finishing this last installment I am so happy I took a leap and read that first book. The story has a message that anyone can find meaning in. Owen experiences trials that would make men twice his age wither. The first book was a test of believing in himself, the second was a test of his strength as a person and this last one was a test of his belief. Owen Parker is pulled through the mud as Paul, the Terra, the truth and his own dark thoughts test him without rest or mercy. There are some tough moral and emotional decisions that he is faced with and he won't always make the right choice. There is doubt and there are mistakes that cost lives, lives that will weigh on Owen in ways he never thought. But Owen shows us that in our darkest corners there is a far dawn. He also shows us that faith is worthless until it is tested and Owen is tested harshly. This book really demonstrates the idea that believing in something has its consequences but when we persevere and grow the rewards are far more extraordinary. This trilogy was unique in its genre style like how they incorporate ancient mythology-history and good old dystopian sci-fi. It was thrilling with dangers around every corner and plot twists that I honestly never saw coming. The main character is someone who you aspire to be but isn't aol pure that he's untreatable. On short this trilogy and author are outstanding and brilliant.
Date published: 2015-02-12

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Priase for The Dark Shore: “The twists at Desenna are expertly executed, surprising while illuminating, and...pack emotional sucker punches. Readers will beg for the follow-up to this tense, well-plotted sequel.”