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The Atlantis Revolution, an epic fantasy trilogy, follows sixteen-year-old Trey Atlas's quest to take his rightful place on the Atlantean throne and defeat the Knights of the Abyss who are looking to destroy the island and erase the young Prince's mysterious past. This collection includes all three books in The Atlantis Revolution.

Book One: Hippocampus
Sixteen-year-old Trey Atlas's known life is a lie. While he was raised in Miami, Trey was actually born in Atlantis. Sent off the legendary island as a baby for his own safety, Trey is the only living heir to the Atlantean throne. Whether he likes it or not, Trey has to go back to his birthplace and accept his role as the Ruling Prince and lead the revolution to defeat the Knights of the Abyss. Otherwise, thousands of innocent lives and his true family legacy could be lost forever.

 

Book Two: Echinodea
The Knights of the Abyss are threatening that if Trey Atlas doesn't relinquish his throne, they'll light the Echinodea--a magical lantern that could expose the island to the entire world. But if Trey steps down, the Knights would take over Atlantis and destroy everything it stands for; including erasing Trey's mysterious past. So there's only one option--get to the Echinodea before the Knights of the Abyss. While on their search for the Echinodea, Trey and his Royal Court meet someone who claims to have the information Trey seeks about his biological family. But the key to the mystery isn't what he hoped it would be. It turns out that the secret in Trey's blood could steal the very throne he fights to protect.

 

Book Three: Medousa
The revelation of Trey Atlas’s biological family was supposed to help him understand his past--and future--but it left him with more questions than answers and sent shock waves across the island of Atlantis. As Trey struggles to find a way to save the island, he uncovers some unsettling facts. He's been a pawn in the game for both sides since the beginning. The prophecy that predicted his rule might have been misinterpreted. The war he’s fighting is a cover-up for something bigger. The people he trusts might not be trustworthy. And the enemies he hunts might be the only link to save the island.

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BOOK ONE

Sixteen-year-old Trey Atlas' known life is a lie. While he was raised in Miami, Trey was actually born in Atlantis.  Sent off the legendary island as a baby for his own safety, Trey is the only living heir to the Atlantean throne. Whether he likes it or not, Trey has to go back to his birthplace and accept his role as the Ruling Prince and lead the revolution to defeat the Knights of the Abyss. Otherwise, thousands of innocent lives and his true family legacy could be lost forever.

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BOOK TWO

The Knights of the Abyss are still causing chaos in Atlantis.  They threatened that if Trey Atlas doesn't relinquish his throne, they'll light the Echinodea--a magical lantern that could expose the island to the entire world.  But if Trey steps down, the Knights would take over Atlantis and destroy everything it stands for; including erasing Trey's mysterious past.  So there's only one option--get to the Echinodea before the Knights of the Abyss. 


While on their search for the Echinodea, Trey and his Royal Court meet someone who claims to have the information Trey seeks about his biological family.  But the key to the mystery isn't what he hoped it would be.  It turns out that the secret in Trey's blood could steal the very throne he fights to protect.

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BOOK THREE

The revelation of Trey Atlas’ biological family was supposed to help him understand his past--and future--but it left him with more questions than answers and sent shock waves across the island of Atlantis.  The Knights of the Abyss are trying to retake control of the palace and they have some unexpected allies.  The entire island is in chaos and Trey is responsible. 

As Trey struggles to find a way to save the island, he uncovers some unsettling facts.  He's been a pawn in the game for both sides since the beginning.  The prophecy that predicted his rule might have been misinterpreted.  The war he’s fighting is a cover-up for something bigger.  The people he trusts might not be trustworthy.  And the enemies he hunts might be the only link to save the island. 

 

In order to survive, Trey will have to figure out the truth in a world that’s been hiding it for 12,000 years. 

 

​The Epic Conclusion to The Atlantis Revolution

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