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Deep Storm by Lincoln Child
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Nov 08, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: fiction, suspense
Read from October 27 to November 08, 2010

I would like to give this book 3.5 stars. Like any good roller coaster, this tense, atmospheric ride begins with a promising lurch of a takeoff followed by a measured climb up a steep grade. And you know there's nowhere to go but down ... in this case way down, all the way to the ocean floor and a large, secret facility peopled with as many armed guards as researchers. With some unknown kind of sickness afflicting the facility's inhabitants, a doctor with naval training and submarine experience is sworn to secrecy and called in to help. Dr. Crane soon finds out he was misled on several levels, and learns there may be more at stake than he ever dreamed. Through a maze of deceit and suspicion, subterfuge and sabotage, Crane tries to solve the mystery of the illness and the truth beneath the facility without ending up imprisoned ... or in the morgue. This is a fairly fun, exciting, and coherent story with some interesting twists and turns. Definitely a plot-driven book, and not a lot of character development, but it is done well and makes for an entertaining ride.

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