Two hundred and fifty oil workers mysteriously vanish from the offshore Aeschylus drilling platform without a trace. Production stops. Communications cease. The Valley Oil Corporation finds itself on the brink of disaster and prepares to send an investigative team deep into the south Atlantic.... show more
Two hundred and fifty oil workers mysteriously vanish from the offshore Aeschylus drilling platform without a trace. Production stops. Communications cease. The Valley Oil Corporation finds itself on the brink of disaster and prepares to send an investigative team deep into the south Atlantic. Kate McCreedy, daughter of the late U.S. Vice President, is whisked into a secre
Publisher: 9 Swords
Pages no: 402
Edition language: English
I picked The Aeschylus to read because I thought it would be a book right up my alley. It wasn't. But by sheer persistence and skimming through pages now and then did I manage to get through the book. The blurb sounded really fascinating. Two hundred and fifty oil workers that have disappeared from ...
by David Barclay The story starts out in Stockholm, Sweden, 1938. A Physicist is being followed by the German secret police, his life in danger. A very dramatic scene portrays the fear of the Nazis and their cruelty. Then Chapter One brings us to the present day and we meet Katelyn, a very indep...
I received a free kindle copy of The Aeschylus by David Barclay published by Nine Swords from NetGalley in exchange for a fair review. This page turning suspense-filled thriller received four stars & a strong recommendation to read it. This book did not fit easily into a single genre. It included po...
“What would an ocean be without a monster lurking in the dark? It would be like sleep without dreams.” ― Werner HerzogI believe there are monsters born in the world to human parents…. The face and body may be perfect, but if a twisted gene or a malformed egg can produce physical monsters, may not th...
Not a bad read but not the best either. I'm glad I read it though. Caught my interest early on, bogged down in the middle and picked my interest back up at the end. The idea for the premise of the book was good.
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