In 1947, the U.S. Army left behind a secret when they closed Ft. Miles, Delaware. A threat so deadly, they buried it 1000 feet down in the Atlantic Ocean. Now, sixty years later, an oil rig drilling off the coast of Delaware has hit something.
Now one man holds the key to the survival of the planet.
Although the idea was novel, the characters were wooden with no depth, and obvious roles to play.
Of more disappointment was the one or two page "chapters"...even part of a page! Blank pages between these "chapters" added to the page count FALSELY.
I haven't even mentioned the spelling and grammatical errors, which are all too common in ebooks.
This was my first try using iBooks on my new iPad. I think I'll stick to reading Kindle books on the iPad. Their samples contain just the text of the first chapter or two, not pages of titles, copyright notices and very LITTLE OF SAMPLE TEXT OF THE STORY.
Great easy reader and thriller! My favorite of Clem's books ! Also Diencephalon was a SCARY THRILLER.
Lover of ebooks!
Sophomoric writing, disastrous editing. Really?? Is this a self-published book or what? The story could have been really cool if written by someone who knew how to write.I usually give the first time writer a chance but I hope this guy didn't quit his day job, or quit school. Sorry dude...