The Lost Continent

C. J. Cutcliffe HYNE (1866 - 1944)

During an expedition in the Canary Islands, an archeologist discovers a cave containing tablets with unknown writing. When translated, they tell the tale of decline and fall of Atlantis, which for centuries had been the center of the world. The tablets’ author, Deucalion, chronicles the usurpation of Atlantis’ throne by force, the oppressive rule of Empress Phorenice, the inevitable rebellion and ultimate destruction of Atlantis, the Lost Continent. (summary by sjmarky)

Genre(s): Action & Adventure Fiction, Myths, Legends & Fairy Tales

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Prefatory Alan Winterrowd
00:20:12
Play 01 My Recall Alan Winterrowd
00:23:39
Play 02 Back to Atlantis Alan Winterrowd
00:21:12
Play 03 A Rival Navy Alan Winterrowd
00:17:46
Play 04 The Welcome of Phorenice Alan Winterrowd
00:24:42
Play 05 Zaemon’s Curse Alan Winterrowd
00:34:08
Play 06 The Biters of the City Walls Alan Winterrowd
00:30:48
Play 07 The Biters of the Walls (Further Account) Alan Winterrowd
00:23:37
Play 08 The Preacher from the Mountains Alan Winterrowd
00:25:38
Play 09 Phorenice, Goddess Alan Winterrowd
00:23:42
Play 10 A Wooing Alan Winterrowd
00:29:34
Play 11 An Affair with the Barbarous Fishers Alan Winterrowd
00:30:06
Play 12 The Drug of Our Lady the Moon Alan Winterrowd
00:33:27
Play 13 The Burying Alive of Nais Alan Winterrowd
00:27:45
Play 14 Again the Gods Make Change Mark Nelson
00:35:08
Play 15 Zaemon's Summons Mark Nelson
00:21:25
Play 16 Siege of the Sacred Mountain Mark Nelson
00:37:28
Play 17 Nais the Regained Mark Nelson
00:32:22
Play 18 Storm of the Sacred Mountain Mark Nelson
00:32:07
Play 19 Destruction of Atlantis Mark Nelson
00:25:33
Play 20 On the Bosom of the Deep Mark Nelson
00:07:44