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A new military science fiction & suspense thriller from best selling author Nick Thacker!
From the best selling author of The Golden Crystal, The Depths is an exciting, fast-paced science fiction best seller that blends together aspects of a techno thrller, genetic engineering, deep sea adventure and exploration, and military apocalypse.

If you're into the thought-provoking science fiction best sellers by authors like Jeremy Robinson, Dan Brown, Matthew Reilly, James Rollins, and Andy McDermott, you'll be a fan of The Depths

For fans of Royal Marines, techno thrillers, and science fiction best sellers!
Jen Adams, a research assistant, finds that her son has been kidnapped and her boss is brutally murdered, she and her computer programmer husband are thrown into a hunt to find out why.

The mystery takes her and a team of British Royal Marines and other scientists deep beneath the Atlantic Ocean — to a forgotten research station buried under five miles of water in one of the deepest oceanic trenches on the planet. The station has been abandoned for over thirty years, and no one knows what to expect when they get there.

As they learn more about the station, however, they find out there's something the base is trying to hide — something that could prove devastating for the rest of the world…

Product Details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4245 KB
  • Print Length: 384 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Turtleshell Press; 2 edition (7 May 2014)
  • Sold by:  Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00K7GBXHQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Not Enabled
  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

Customer Reviews

Entertaining

 on 17 June 2015
By Jon Lees
For a relatively new author this is a decent book. Some of the interaction between characters needs polishing or researching more…sergeants react poorly to being called sir…usually with I work for a ??????? Living. I liked the concept of the book and bought it even though you can get it free,glad I did. This author is worth supporting in his journey.

but it was a good read and I read on till the end and …

 on 2 April 2016
By jillhazeljill
Not the sort of book I would normally read, but once I started it I was hooked. A bit futuristic for my normal tastes, but it was a good read and I read on till the end and enjoyed the story, so my thanks to the author, Nick Thacker for keeping me entertained.

Fast moving

 on 23 December 2016
By Aude One
Good read. A little OTT and the boundaries of science and believability are pushed gently but overall exciting and enjoyable.

Good read

 on 5 April 2016
By Jill Thomson
Unusual premise and thought provoking storyline. Good paced novel with sufficient characters and plot to make it interesting but not so many it’s hard to keep track.

Enjoyed the book

 on 29 March 2016
By alan clegg
Good book well worth a read the only problem was the ending which packed to much into to few pages like the author ran out of time to finish it with detail but still well worth reading
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