Masters of Atlantis: a novel

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Knopf, Oct 12, 1985 - Fiction - 247 pages
6 Reviews
Back in print, Portis's brilliant "white comedy" is an unforgettable tale of secret societies, lost cities, and sacred texts--a cockeyed journey into an America of misfits and con men, oddballs and innocents.

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User Review  - Erik - Goodreads

Billed as a humorous look at secret societies, this book never really captured my interest. There were times when I found some of the statements funny, but because I didn't find any of the characters ... Read full review

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User Review  - David Peterson - Goodreads

The novel doesn't have a lot of action, and it isn't laugh-out-loud funny. It's consistenly amusing the whole way, though, and Portis shows in a very entertaining way how absurd secret societies like ... Read full review

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Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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