The Ringing Rocks of Atlantis
NY Times bestselling author says:
“ This one is a delightful mix of past and present, along with real and imagined. It's a story that demonstrates, all so clearly, what I have said for a long time. History matters. ”
– Steve Berry
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Some secrets are meant to be uncovered. When Alfred Zinkler's heirs discover a secret room hidden behind a bookcase in SBS-Sion's HQ, the ancient secret they happen upon propels the team headfirst into an amazing new quest: the search for Atlantis.
"This one is a delightful mix of past and present, along with real and imagined. It's a story that demonstrates, all so clearly, what I have said for a long time. History matters." ~ New York Times Bestselling author Steve Berry (www.steveberry.com)
"A magnificent story - but even more than a story, for it contains a theory of world history that is both intriguing and enlightening. Jeanne D'Août is no less a thinker than a storyteller. Her tale has us winging through history and geography, and takes a lot of putting down once you start it. This third volume unfolds a new set of adventures around time travel, but has a serious message. As we swing between the ancient world and present-day Switzerland, an extraordinary myth comes to life. We and our past have the deepest reverberations and connections, and knowing the past can heal us." ~ Dr Colum Hayward, Polaire Publishing and author of 'The Once and Future John' (www.polairepublishing.com)
"Jeanne D'Août skillfully weaves a tasty tale of suspense and esoteric intrigue. Time travel - and its consequences, ancient Celts, Atlantis, and the legendary relic hunter Otto Rahn; it's all here, served up with a sumptuous measure of veiled historical truths. Some say truth may be stranger than fiction, but what if the so-called fiction is actually true? Fans of Dan Brown, and enthusiasts of historical mysteries, strap yourself in and enjoy the ride." ~ Andrew Gough, writer and television history and mystery show presenter
"It is a great tale - intriguing and provocative. It delves deep into human relationships, the history that underlies Western perspective and provides a way that technology will change our experience and our view of our existence. It is like going through a door into a hidden room where secrets are uncovered but where the real secrets are held in another room, beyond the first." ~ Greg Rigby, author of 'The God Secret' and 'On Earth as it is in Heaven'