[Read] ➭ Deeper ➵ Jeff Long – Moi-sosedi.info

Deeper Hell Exists It Is A Real, Geological, Historical Place Beneath Our Very Feet And It Is Inhabited SavagelyIn An Intense And Imaginative Tour De Force, New York Times Bestselling Author Jeff Long Takes Readers Into The Depths Of The Earth Where A Primordial Intelligence Waits In The DarknessA Decade Has Passed Since Doomed Explorers Unveiled A Nightmare Of Tunnels And Rivers Honeycombing The Earth S Depths After Millennia Of Suffering Terror And Predation, Humanity S Armies Descended To Destroy The Ancient Hordes Deep Beneath The Pacific Ocean, A Doomed Science Expedition Killed The Subterraneans Fabled Leader, And Suddenly It Seemed That Evil Was Dead And All Was Right With The World AgainNow Deeper Arrives To Explode That Complacency And Plunge Us Back Into The Sunless Abyss Hell Boils Up Through America S Subways And Basements To Take Its Revenge And Steal Our Children Against The Backdrop Of A Looming War With China, A Crusade Of Volunteers Races To Find The Vestiges Of A Lost Race But A Lone Explorer, The Linguist Ali Von Schade, Learns That A Far Greater Menace Lies In The Unexplored Heart Of The Planet The Real Satan Can T Be Killed, And He Has Been Waiting Since The Beginning Of Time To Gain His Freedom Man And His Pitiless Enemies Are Mere Pawns In The Greatest Escape Ever DevisedMesmerizing And Concussive, This Darkly Brilliant Work Of Imagination Galvanizes Jeff Long S Reputation As A Prodigious Talent At Once A Love Story, The Ultimate Thriller, And An Extreme Adventure, Deeper Will Leave You Breathless


10 thoughts on “Deeper

  1. says:

    3 StarsI loved the Descent book one in this series by Jeff Long and have put off reading this book for quite a long time It is a fun and easy page turner that does not live up to the first book This book does not have the tension,


  2. says:

    The Descent was a modern Jules Verne for adults Its sequel, however, is a supernatural fantasy through and through The antagonist is an immortal fallen angel yearning to escape his underworld prison Prominent roles are played by souls that


  3. says:

    With Halloween approaching, I felt in the mood for a good scary novel And this book by Jeff Long fit the bill Some years ago, I read Long s The Descent, about the discovery of an extensive tunnel system under the world inhabited by humanoid creatures


  4. says:

    I didn t love this book they way I loved it s prequel The Descent The first book wasof an adventure exploration story, going down into the earth and discovering the Hadal s civilization This one delvedinto the identity of satan or the being trapped in the eart


  5. says:

    Deeper holds a difficult position as the sequel to one of the decade s most shocking and imaginative horror novels, it creates very high expectations in its readers It is hard for such a book to fulfil them, and disgruntled, disappointed fans are almost given.In my opin


  6. says:

    I read the first book, The Descent right at the end of last year so when I found there was a sequel I had to read it straight away I found Descent gripped me all the way through so I was hoping the same would be true for this one.Immediately, this lacked the edge of your seat sus


  7. says:

    I ve waited a long time for this book and I wasn t disappointed It s not often that a sequel is better than the original but Jeff Long s sequel to The Descent is better andterrifying than the first.


  8. says:

    I really enjoyed The Descent but this follow up was just plain nasty Too much religious babble Also had too much blood, gore, angst, torture, gore, evil, greed andgore with no real pay off Seems like a set up for yet another round below ground Sadly disappointing.


  9. says:

    Do not read while pregnant hormonally challenged.


  10. says:

    Jeff Long is a paradox to me I first read his work when I read his superb novel, The Descent I found I could not finish his next book, Year Zero It was just too dull Deeper is the sequel to The Descent Or sequels There are so many story lines occurring throughout the pages of this book that it is hard to stay with it I


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