Deep Storm by Lincoln Child
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  • Now here is a unique, interesting book by Lincoln Child
  • Ten thousand miles beneath the rig scientists have made an amazing discovery
  • The doctor is an expert on underwater living and diseases, so they expect him to cure the problem without asking too many questions

    • by Sarah B
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      Now here is a unique, interesting book by Lincoln Child. After reading two dull stand-alone novels by this author, I was beginning to wonder if he lost his creativity. But this page-turner proves it’s alive and well. He has gone back to what he and his often co-author Douglas Preston are known for: mysterious old things that often turn out to be dangerous.

      Deep Storm is the name of an isolated oilrig in the Atlantic Ocean that hides a big secret. Ten thousand miles beneath the rig scientists have made an amazing discovery. The find is


      truly amazing and so they keep it top secret. The lead character, a doctor, is called out and taken down to the sea bottom where a research station has been built. It seems people are getting sick and no one knows why. The symptoms vary from person to person and the blood tests come back clean. The doctor is an expert on underwater living and diseases, so they expect him to cure the problem without asking too many questions. Yet how can he cure it if he doesn’t know what they’re working on? You see,

      • the underwater station is in two sections: the upper section for scientists and civilian personnel and the bottom, classified area for the military. And the doctor is sure the cause of the illness is down in the bottom section where the actual excavation is being carried out.

        The cover story is that they have found Atlantis, but the doctor thinks they have found something far more dangerous. And he’s right!

        This book was a fast, exciting read. I had fun trying to guess what the big secret was. The entire answer is quite mind-boggling and something I

        wouldn’t have thought about (that is, the reason the object was there). I will say the object they found had been buried in the sea floor for about six hundred years. That’s not really giving anything away. The book has danger, mystery, thrills and all the things you expect from a book by Lincoln Child. Reading it will keep you up into the night if you’re not careful just to find out what really is down there locked in the seabed.

        If you liked “The Ice Limit”, “Riptide” or “Thunderhead”, then you’ll like this one, too.




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