At Last, Atlantis
Not a real place, but far more profoundly real than we can imagine, Atlantis has lurked on the fringe of human imagination since Plato first created it. A land of obsessions, which has filled different roles for different writers (lost continent, birthplace of man, aggressive invaders, cradle of civilization, world empire, a chimera to hunt for) it grows more powerful the less actual it seems. This book looks through the same lens of fantasy, alternate history and outright lunacy as the author's two previous books, Bottled Demon and Things That Never Were. At last, we come to Atlantis.