Ex-Navy SEAL Jack Kirkland surfaces from an aborted underwater salvage mission to find Earth burning. Solar flares have triggered a series of gargantuan natural disasters. Earth-quakes and hellfire rock the globe. Air Force One has vanished from the skies with America's president on board.
Now, with the United States on the narrow brink of a nuclear apocalypse, Kirkland must pilot his oceangoing exploration ship, Deep Fathom, on a desperate mission miles below the ocean's surface. There, devastating secrets await him--and a power an ancient civilization could not contain that has been cast out into modern day, where it will forever alter a world that's already racing toward its own destruction.
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|Rating||4.07 of 5.00|
|Number Of Pages||450 pages|
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The Pirate Ghost (Formerly known as the Curmudgeon)
Another fun Rollins read. Jack may be one of the more developed protagonists in Rollins's non-Sigma Force novels. Again we see the Rollin's winning formula at work here. However, this read seemed different. As in Excavation, the pace was different than in other Rollins books (including the Sigma Force Books). That pulse pounding sense of a snowball rolling down hill and grow larger and larger until it's a veritable rolling avalanche all its own didn't start until later in this book than in most
I have said in so many of my reviews of James Rollins books that I am a big fan of his stories. Deep Fathom did not disappoint.
We have an eclipse that leaves the US coast in ruins, Air Force One with the President onboard has crashed, and a weird phenomenon smack dab in the middle of the Central Pacific Ocean. Islands have sunk on one side of the world and lost cities have risen on the other, exciting two anthropologists Dr. Karen Grace and Professor Miyuki Nakano. Of course we can’t forget Gab
My feelings about Deep Fathom are pretty in line with Rollins' first two books - fun adventure about finding hidden ancient civilizations, nothing much to write home about with regards to the writing style. It gets points for being a Bermuda Triangle mystery that doesn't actually involve the Bermuda Triangle, but it loses points for having an overly villainous villain. He's racist, misogynist, likes killing, and just in case he hasn't been coded "bad guy" enough, he has a vendetta against the ma
It seems even experienced writers are not immune to the temptation of wanting a specific outcome badly enough to twist their plot into contortions to get to the end they desire. The politics in this story are ridiculous. While some cynicism is justified, the political decisions aren't realistic or intelligent and it discredits the whole plot as a result. (view spoiler)[It's inconceivable that the U.S. would set itself up for a nuclear war with its largest trading partner with minimal provocation