THE ATLANTIS GRAIL has been optioned for development as a feature film series and/or TV series.
You have two options. You die, or you Qualify.
The year is 2047. An extinction-level asteroid is hurtling toward Earth, and the descendants of ancient Atlantis have returned from the stars in their silver ships to offer humanity help.
But there's a catch.
They can only take a tiny percent of the Earth's population back to the colony planet Atlantis. And in order to be chosen, you must be a teen, you must be bright, talented, and athletic, and you must Qualify.
Sixteen-year-old Gwenevere Lark is determined not only to Qualify but to rescue her entire family.
Because there's a loophole.
If you are good enough to Qualify, you are eligible to compete in the brutal games of the Atlantis Grail, which grants all winners the laurels, high tech luxuries, and full privileges of Atlantis Citizenship. And if you are in the Top Ten, then all your wildest wishes are granted... Such as curing your mother's cancer.
There is only one problem.
Gwen Lark is known as a klutz and a nerd. While she's a hotshot in classics, history, science, and languages, the closest she's come to sports is a backyard pool and a skateboard.
This time she is in over her head, and in for a fight of her life, against impossible odds and world-class competition--including Logan Sangre, the most amazing guy in her school, the one she's been crushing on, and who doesn't seem to know she exists.
Because every other teen on Earth has the same idea.
You Qualify or you die.
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I really enjoyed this book! It had hints of hunger games with the arena challenges. The characters were all very enjoyable and engaging! I would recommend it to anyone who likes science fiction / fantasy.
This is pretty much my favourite book, or at least, one of my favourites. One thing that I don’t like: everytime there is someone who does bad things to Gwen, or just someone particularly mean, it’s a Latino. Well; almost. Like the guy who snitched on Gwen in the Pilot class thing was Latino, as I was expecting after many other times that it happened. Claudia Grito, in the first book, is clearly Latina, and she is the “gang leader” of the “bad guys”. She is like, the worst of them. But it’s always the same thing, someone Latino/Latina. Like, why? That’s pretty much it. Also, it’s really probable that I’m wrong, or that I’m just only focusing on some people. (Very sorry for my English, my first language are French and Spanish. I hope you understood what I wrote.😬😅)
Ive read all of this series’ books, and they were all amazing. I really consider giving this book a shot if you’re looking for one