With sweating hands, Alison Shaw stared nervously into the giant seawater tank. One year ago, she and her team of marine biologists had stunned the world with an incredible breakthrough. Now they were about to do it again. And this time, they were ready.
But an ocean away, something strange was unfolding. Along a lonely coast in South America, an experimental Russian submarine - long thought to have been dismantled - has suddenly resurfaced. And the US Navy has taken notice, sending John Clay and Steve Caesare to investigate.
They discover the sub has been quietly studying a group of soldiers making mysterious trips into the jungle under the cover of darkness. The group has discovered something...something big.
And what Clay and Caesare uncover next is the last thing anyone expects. The discovery of the century has been made...and someone is ready to fight for it.
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A Leap from author to Good author
I liked the last book, now I'm beginning to really like this author. To be self-published is the only problem with him....a publisher better grab him up before it's too late! I have a feeling he's going to get better and better. In fact, this series has a lot of promise...the characters are well developed and not only memorable but like-able...I could follow them thru many a book. He has given them all the pieces to be diverse enough to do about anything..from the president of the U.S., head of NSA, Dept of Defense, CIA (always incompetent), agents, animal/people interest, geologist, aliens, biologists, whew and I could go on..it's not boring! Tragedy: Audible hasn't got the 3rd book in series..if it's not out yet, ok...if it is then hey Audible...Get it recorded or you're gonna have some unhappy listeners here! I may have to actually leave for awhile to "read" a book..yeah, he's going to be that good.Oh, the narrator, not bad for a woman reading many male characters. In the first book I really liked the way she recorded phone calls that made it feel realistic, she didn't do that this time so that's a lil negative...but I still didn't get aggravated with her voice like I do many a reader who reading the opposite sex begins to sound like all one person. Never heard her before but pleasing voice...
- Paula Jilling