(EBOOK/EPUB) What Lurks Below (Hell Holes, #1)


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  • What Lurks Below (Hell Holes, #1)
  • Donald Firesmith
  • English
  • 12 May 2020
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  1. says: Donald Firesmith Å 0 read read Õ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Donald Firesmith review What Lurks Below (Hell Holes, #1)

    (EBOOK/EPUB) What Lurks Below (Hell Holes, #1) A good book I did find it a bit slow at times especially at the beginning The action does not start really till past half

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) What Lurks Below (Hell Holes, #1) I'm afraid we're all likely to come out of this with some degree of PTSD that is assuming we're lucky to come out of this at all While preparin

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    review What Lurks Below (Hell Holes, #1) Donald Firesmith Å 0 read (EBOOK/EPUB) What Lurks Below (Hell Holes, #1) Hell Holes What Lurks Below is not in my favorite genre It is actually in one of my least liked I tend to find a lot of SciFi Fantasy

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    read Õ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Donald Firesmith (EBOOK/EPUB) What Lurks Below (Hell Holes, #1) Donald Firesmith Å 0 read Hell Holes by Donald Firesmith was everything I had hoped for and They were asked by Exxon to come up and check out the Hell Holes that had become a threat to the pipeline Stowaway photographer Aileen O’Shannon is uite a

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    read Õ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Donald Firesmith Donald Firesmith Å 0 read review What Lurks Below (Hell Holes, #1) Well writtenI really enjoyed this book and cannot wait to start the next one It was well written and an easy read Anyone who loves science fiction or horror would love this book

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) What Lurks Below (Hell Holes, #1) Sciencehorror fantasy paranormal and plenty of action I received a free ARC copy of the book and I voluntarily decided to review it

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) What Lurks Below (Hell Holes, #1) Donald Firesmith Å 0 read Dr Jack Oswald is a geologist at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks Just before classes are ready to begin for the semes

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    Donald Firesmith Å 0 read read Õ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Donald Firesmith review What Lurks Below (Hell Holes, #1) This is a great wee book I read the blurb and though it would be an exciting yet still scientific read and the author did not let me

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    review What Lurks Below (Hell Holes, #1) (EBOOK/EPUB) What Lurks Below (Hell Holes, #1) Donald Firesmith Å 0 read The cover is pleasingly stark I didn’t even notice the little man scaling down the side until I’d opened it up to a non thumbnail size It uite nicely fits this story which is an unusual blend of modern science no I didn’t forget to put the word fiction after science and fantasy Hell Holes read uick and easy and at 108 pages for someone who reads at an average speed it should give you a couple hours of enjoymentI loved the premise an

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) What Lurks Below (Hell Holes, #1) A modern day mash up of real science and the fantasy world A team of scientists is asked by Exxon Mobile to come out to do some research on a mysterious hole that has appeared seemingly out of nowhere The oil company wants to make sure that this hole and the ones like it won’t be affecting the Alaskan pipeline The team is stumped by the creation of the hole and even its existence but uickly realize that they are in fo

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What Lurks Below (Hell Holes, #1)

What Lurks Below (Hell Holes, #1) review ê 0 read Õ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Donald Firesmith Ologist to protect them from wild animals join the team Their task to assess the risk of holes opening under the Trans Alaska Pipeline and the wells and pipelines that feed it But they discover a far worse danger lurks below When it emerges it threatens to shatter Jack’s unshakable faith in science And destroy us a. Dr Jack Oswald is a geologist at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks Just before classes are ready to begin for the semester Jack receives an urgent call from Kevin Kowalski who works for ExxonMobil drilling oil There have been a series of mysterious holes opening up around the drilling fields that are affecting operations The holes are deep and perfectly cylindrical and just plain strange Jack has been hired to investigate he assembles his team consisting of his wife Dr Angela Menendez a climatologist two of his grad students Mark and Jill Starr a wildlife biologist Bill Henderson and is cajoled into taking along AIleen O Shannon a photojournalist When the team arrives in Deadhorse they immediately get to work exploring the holes However upon closer examination of the holes no explanation for the holes can be found Then disaster strikes and all hell is literally unleashed Now the research team turns instead to survival and perhaps sending the demons back to where they belong This was a fast paced and short read that managed to combine climate science and supernatural horror in an effective way The book is written from Jack s point of view as a memoir of a survivor the attacks The first part of the story is a bit of an info dump as Jack s explains what he does describes the fieldwork and his team s hypotheses about the holes As a scientist myself I enjoyed reading about permafrost and pingos and liked that climate science is featured in a book The story uickly picks up as hell breaks out on Earth One character has a large surprise up their sleeve that may help the team out of the mess if they can accept their new reality The different demons were all very interesting and I wish Bill could have continued his post mortem of the Hellhound Since this is a memoir of events there is not much characterization but focus on events The story ends on uite a cliffhanger and with a sneak peek of book two at the end I will definitely want to read on This book was received for free in return for an honest review

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What Lurks Below (Hell Holes, #1) review ê 0 read Õ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Donald Firesmith Alternate cover edition for ISBN 9781515068075It’s August in Alaska and geology professor Jack Oswald prepares for the new school year But when hundreds of huge holes mysteriously appear overnight in the frozen tundra north of the Arctic Circle Jack receives an unexpected phone call An oil company exec hires Jack t. Hell Holes What Lurks Below is not in my favorite genre It is actually in one of my least liked I tend to find a lot of SciFi Fantasy gets bogged down with a lot of terminology I don t really know In trying to figure things out I tend to come to the conclusion that there are many other books that I could be reading I decided to read Hell Holes because it sounded interesting and was set in Alaska I wasn t expecting very much though I ended up being surprised by a story that held my interest I found myself really being interested in the holes That was surprising to me I m not sure how I feel yet about the demons and such coming out if the holes I also didn t feel as though I got to really know the characters There were some deaths but I didn t really dwell on any of them By the end of the book I did find myself caring about whether or not Jill survived I think she was the character I attached to the most The action became nearly nonstop about midway through the book For the most part this was really good The ending though being mid action left me feeling adrift I understand that it is the first book in a series I am hoping we get to know the characters a bit better in the next one I m not a big fan of cliffhangers though I usually handle them well This one left me feeling abandoned in battle I do hope the author picks it up where we were left Am I happy that I read this book Yes I am Flawed in my eyes as it is it did draw me in Would I recommend it Yes Will I read from this author Most likely I will come back and read the next book I would like to thank BookTasters and the author for the opportunity to voluntarily review this book I enjoyed it much than I expected to I changed the dates to reflect when I actually read the book I had picked it up on Christmas Day intending to read it then With the holidays and a sudden illness with my Dad I did not get to start it until almost a week later

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What Lurks Below (Hell Holes, #1) review ê 0 read Õ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Donald Firesmith O investigate and he picks his climatologist wife and two of their graduate students as his team Uncharacteristically Jack also lets Aileen O’Shannon a bewitchingly beautiful young photojournalist talk him into coming along as their photographer When they arrive in the remote oil town of Deadhorse the exec and a bi. Hell Holes by Donald Firesmith was everything I had hoped for and They were asked by Exxon to come up and check out the Hell Holes that had become a threat to the pipeline Stowaway photographer Aileen O Shannon is uite a handful and so much than she appears to beHave you ever thought about not just climate change but all the holes we punch into the earth Could we be destroying the planet we live onor is there something else happening something so monstrously evil we cannot imagineWhat had been a secret which I love to have revealed to me was on the verge of becoming Armageddon Bloody gory slasher type horror Demons rise from hell hungry and I sure don t want to meet them on a dark lonely highwayor anywhere else for that matterCharacters fall so be careful who you become attached to I love when an author does that leaving me wondering who will be taken out how they will be taken out and who will be left standing I also love when an author can surprise me and I did not see the direction the story would go when I began Nice job DonaldI wasn t ready for the ending but end it did Does not stand alone and I am left hangingBUT This is a two book series and Book II is out and ready for readingTo see visit fundinmental