Travel To The Bottom Of The Earth...to place you never dreamed existed. Beneath The Ice...a hand-picked team of specialists makes its way toward the center of the world. They are not the first to venture into this magnificient subterranean labyrinth. Those they follow did not return. Over The... read more
A world untouched, deep beneath the Antarctic continent, filled with riches beyond your wildest dreams. And an unseen danger, hidden for eons that may be the very doom of humanity! Secret military installations, extreme gadgetry, an awesome monster(s), and twist after twist make Subterranean... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
A world untouched, deep beneath the Antarctic continent, filled with riches beyond your wildest dreams. And an unseen danger, hidden for eons that may be the very doom of humanity! Secret military installations, extreme gadgetry, an awesome monster(s), and twist after twist make Subterranean perfect reading for adventure fans.
“As he drifted into slumber, something touched his dreams. Weak and tentative. Someone calling to him..... Who?”
'No one owns Antarctica. The 1959 treaty declared the continent to be used only for peaceful, scientific purposes. A world park.'Highlighted by 7 Kindle customers
'All the way from Australia, Benjamin Brust, a world-renowned cave explorer, will be mapping the intricacies of this unique cavern system. And that smartly dressed man in the uniform is Major Michaelson of the U.S. Marines, who, with two other trained military men, will be accompanying the team to aid in logistics and protection.'Highlighted by 4 Kindle customers
'Well, the treaty ended in 1991. The continent is now open for mineral exploration, but with one critical stipulation: The land must be protected from damage.'Highlighted by 4 Kindle customers
Professor Linda Furstenburg, a biology professor from the University of Vancouver, to study the unique biosphere we've discovered down there. Also a geologist, Khalid Najmon,' he said withHighlighted by 4 Kindle customers
'But the first hominids, the earliest ancestor of modern man, only appeared on the planet four million years ago.Highlighted by 4 Kindle customers
That bloody Sin'jari! It all came backHighlighted by 3 Kindle customers
'Considering that a researcher discovered Mount Erebus's volcanic plume emits gold dust—the only plume to do so on the planet—IHighlighted by 3 Kindle customers
'Rinchari luminarus. A beautiful species. Comes in a variety of colors too.'Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
'Mount Erebus on Ross Island just off the coast of Antarctica. One of three volcanic cones on this continent. At the base of this volcano is the U.S. research station, McMurdo. My home for the past five years.'Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
'We named this cave Alpha Cavern. Almost five miles in diameter, the cavern floor was plumbed at two miles below the surface of the continent.Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
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