• by Bryan W. Alaspa
  • Narrated by Clifton Satterfield
  • 6 hrs and 25 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Rig 42, the largest and most advanced oil rig the world has ever known, has just hit something. The airwaves fill with the sounds of screaming, terror, and torture, and then there is silence. Now, the biggest oil rig in the world sits quietly. But something evil has infiltrated the massive structure. The company is desperate to find out what's happened. A team of mercenaries and oil rig experts is dispatched to determine what the danger is and if it can be eliminated.
They find that the rig hit something that had been buried for centuries… something older than evil itself… something that leaves only the unbearable screams of the tortured behind… something that hungers. It is a terror that can take any shape. It is a terror that will destroy a man's body and tear apart his soul.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

just a fun read!

Keeped me listening, dont think to deep on this one but if you want an action pact story with a happy horror ending.Listen to this one.
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- naelene

Doesn't Really Deliver...Bub-Lite

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

I would not say it was well-spent but it was not a total waste either. It should have been better.

Would you be willing to try another book from Bryan W. Alaspa? Why or why not?

Probably not. The story was not well written. The plot summary begs for a listen/read (if you like this kind of story) but the actual story falls flat, DOA. The characters are one dimensional or no dimensional and the suspense is non-existent. I kept listening hoping there would be some huge plot twist or big reveal to make it all worth the effort.

What about Clifton Satterfield’s performance did you like?

He did a decent job. Not particularly memorable or bad.

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

Yes. Maybe on screen with a more fleshed out screen play and appealing characters it would be more engaging.

Any additional comments?

Get J.A. Konrath's Origin instead. Same premise but much, much better done.

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- Kim Venatries

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-04-2013
  • Publisher: Bryan W. Alaspa