The Atlantis Plague

Chapter 75


"Another consideration," Janus said, "is Martin's intention. He obviously knew Kate was part of the genetic puzzle, but his primary goal was to trade the cure for her safety. If he had identified all the pieces, perhaps he designed the final clue-the location of Adam-just for her."

"Yes but clearly Kate already knew about that. Might it be a trail to something? It seems... extraneous. It could be taken away, and the chronology would be intact. It adds no further practical information, nor does the last line that references treasure. Unless, of course, they are actual clues, leading us to Adam and this treasure, somehow unlocking the secrets of this 'Atlantis Experiment.'"

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