Deep Fathom

  • by James Rollins
  • Narrated by John Meagher
  • 13 hrs and 35 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Ex-Navy SEAL Jack Kirkland surfaces from an aborted underwater salvage mission to find the Earth burning. Solar flares have triggered a series of gargantuan natural disasters. Earthquakes and hellfire rock the globe. Air Force One has vanished from the skies with America’s president on board.
Now, with the US 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 has been cast out into modern day. And it will forever alter a world that’s already racing toward its own destruction.


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STOP with the 4 or 5 star ratings!!

Really? You really think this is a 4 or 5 star book!? I have read almost all of Czajkowskis (ne. Rollins) books. Some are GREAT this one is not. The bad Navy SEAL is worse than a comic book villian, and the fact that a crystal pillar and its worshiping civilization have gone undetected for all history, until now, ie. all through WW2, etc. is kooky. Some of the characters are either bad sterotypes or cartoonish. Like the native that helps the group, "me help, you go now, you here too long, you go", jesus. Compared to say Amazonia, this book is long, silly, nutty and kooky. No problem with narration. If the narrarator is bad I don't care anyway.
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- steven "Dont let the narrarator ruin your listening to a good book! I read waaay to many "critics" who go on and on about a bad narrarater, so what!"

My Favorite author of all time!

I had read this book back in 2002 and I got me hook on James Rollins. I have either read or listened to all of his books and I'm working thru his fantasy books under the name of James Clemens.
Deep Fathom, like all of Rollins books' is filled with such detail that you can see everything in your mind's eye. The characters become clear and vivid, you can relate to them. Most of all, none of Rollins books, especially this one, ever get boring. It is like riding a roller coaster, every time you think it is going to slow down, your back at the top, holding on for the ride.
Enjoy all of Rollins books. Deep Fathom is a great place to start becoming a fan.
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- Katja

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-16-2010
  • Publisher: HarperAudio