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Tuesday, January 28, 2020

REVIEW - The Last Atlantian by Mikki Noble

Why is all this happening to her? Why does she have the power to turn people into gold all of a sudden. Who is she really?


Despise several backfires which could have spoiled the fun, I had a nice time reading The Last Atlantian. One of the reasons is the pace at which the story flows. The beginning is good and the quest to come sounded promising.

Another reason is the humor received in small but enough doses here and there, humor offered especially by Spencer’s (the main character) reactions and dialogues (including those internal). Her acceptance of what it happens comes easily enough most of the time but seeing the younger generation it is quite possible to be the right one. The male supporting character is just as the blurb says: cute J

Starting as mélange between the Atlantis myth, probably via Seilenos Satyr’s stories and King Midas’s particularity, Mikki Noble built a world, new and old at the same time. The descriptions, even if not long, kindle the reader’s imagination to the Aquaman movie world but with heavy nuances of gold. But the precious metal becomes more than a monetary value. The power of the Atlantians is diverse, cast differently and next to love (falling in and out of love) will influence the events then and now. Is love eternal?

The Last Atlantian is like a pilot of a new TV series that has the potential to become a successful one, especially if those backfires are covered.

So, for a relaxing afternoon, take your cup of… whatever you like and read. You could try The Last Atlantian.


Published: December 13th, 2019

Spencer did not plan to work on her birthday. She didn’t plan a lot of things, but they happened anyway. Like, when she touched a guy and he turned into a gold statue, or when some stranger appeared to tell her she was in danger. She didn’t plan to see her life forever changed by one simple act, and it still happened anyway.

What Spencer doesn’t know is why. Why is all this happening to her? Why does she have the power to turn people into gold all of a sudden. Who is she really?

And why is this cute guy calling her the last Atlantian?

About the author:
As far back as she can remember, Mikki was creating characters and stories in her head. It wasn’t until fate brushed the tip of its wings over her eyes that she began to see that writing was what she was born to do. She loves animals, reading, everything supernatural related, and enjoys spending her free time on social media whenever she can.

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Dale Wilken said...

Sounds really great.

Giselle said...

Thanks for being on the tour !:)

tetewa said...

Enjoyed the post, sounds good!

Nancy P said...

Great cover

Audrey Stewart said...

I have just gotten the Shifter Chronicles Series and plan to start it soon.

Shannon said...

This sounds like a great read.

Amy Woolard said...

How fascinating! This one will be at the top of my list!

Angela Saver said...

I enjoyed learning of this book and it sounds good!

BunnyClem said...

This sounds good! Great cover! ❤

Bridgett Wilbur said...

Great cover.