Book 1 in the thrilling 7-book Atlantis Saga
The US government, the US military, and world-renowned scientists are all after one thing—the Atlantis gene, from the descendants of the lost island of Atlantis.
Sixteen-year-old Jaxon Andersen doesn't know anything about her origins and has been shuffled around different foster homes ever since she can remember. Trouble follows her, but bullies underestimate her small stature; she has an inexplicable strength, and she can kick some serious butt.
She tries for a fresh start at the Forever Welcome Group Home for Juveniles. Dr. Hollis, her psychiatrist, is fascinated by her intelligence and astounded by her strange powers. However, Jaxon is still an easy target for bullies. She seeks refuge in the company of Otto Heike, an eighteen-year-old athlete and boys' resident assistant.
Will Otto think Jaxon's a freak when he discovers her secrets?
Meanwhile, the US military, which is performing terrifying genetic experiments, is closing in on Jaxon…
The Atlantis Girl is the 1st book in the 7-book Atlantis Saga, about the girl with the Atlantis gene.
Book 1: The Atlantis Girl
Book 2: The Atlantis Allegiance
Book 3: The Atlantis Gene
Book 4: The Atlantis Secret
Book 5: The Atlantis Origins
Book 6: The Atlantis Guard
Book 7: The Atlantis Ascent
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Jaxon has been in the foster system since she was abandoned as a baby. She has bounced around from home to home and labeled as a violent troublemaker. Her last altercation with a bully uses up her last chance and she is moved into a group home. Jaxon has always been different from other people. She is stronger, faster, intelligent and has powers that she doesn't understand. Her stay at the new home starts just like every new place. The bullies single her out somehow sensing her difference but she finally makes new friends. She knows it won't last.
This book is a fairly quick read and the editing is great (which honestly is a rarity for unknown authors and ebooks for some reason). I will definitely continue with this series. I only gave it four stars mainly because of the length. I would prefer the whole story in one book instead of seven short stories that i can finish in one sitting but I guess that's the trend now.
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This is the most amazing stories I have ever read. I am totally addicted to this series. I am looking forward to seeing this turned into a film. Your Watty follower Sue