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Deep Crossing

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Author: E.R. Mason

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No one on Earth could ever convince Adrian Tarn to take an untested prototype spacecraft deeper into unexplored space than anyone had ever been, to retrieve a mysterious artifact never before seen by humans. No one on Earth could ever convince him, but someone did…

Michael Nass

I really enjoyed this book. Geat plot and writen in an easy to read style.


Andries

This was an very good read. Fantastic!!


Jim Kubajak

An excellent story. Needs editing, many wrong words (e.g. "regiment" instead of "regimen," "physiological" instead of "psychological") almost looks like a poor quality scan. But well worth reading! And I look forward to more! "


Glenda Jaquez Dykstra

Fantastic!! All I can say is the characters stayed true, the plot was consistent and I read the whole thing in one night!


Ski HolmaNM

Fantastic work, Fantastic. I loved the story. Please write more sequels.


Jimmy

This writers style is very much like Clive Cussler. I enjoyed the book and will look for this author in the future.


Ed Bleck

A well told story that started a little slow. However, when it picked up momentum it was a true page turner. My compliments to MR. Mason


Keith

Well written, the previous comments are all correct. More please.


Tim

His other books can be found here. http://www.freefallamerica.com...


Keith Hebbard

Excellent book, well written. Would have been nice if there was a mention that is was a sequel. Found the first book on the author's website.


George

A really good read. Started on Friday and couldnt put it down! Finished on Sunday


James

I agree with all the previous comments. Very well written in a logical procession to a mind blowing end. I really would like to see a continuation of the story as soon as the author can write it. Thanks so much for a compelling story line.


harper

Very good read,not overly technical great story line with good cast of chapters. Hope to see Griffin again on new adventure with same crew .i hope they intersect with Doc again. Thanks Greg


GeeCee

I like well written hard sci-fi. E.R. Mason - more please,


Newmerlin

This is a very enjoyable read and I was sorry to leave it when I finished. The characters, plot and action were logical and well realized. I would be interested in reading more from this author. Well done!


Jossi Lonidier

This is a great book, I was held to the very end! Superb Read!!!!


David Gove

A cracking read, well written for Kindle, hope there are more to come


Linda Andrus

This story was a real page turner once you got past the first part of technical information. The characters came to life quickly and had me cheering for them all the way there and back(?) The pdf version seemed to contain a few typos and could use another proof reading pass. Great story, hope there is more to come.


James Guilford

The book starts a bit slowly as the stage is set and the characters introduced (there is a lot of detail about policies and procedures in a real space center), but, once the mission is underway, it gets pretty hard to stop reading. My only real complaints have to do with the formatting and font (I read the pdf version) -- it was difficult to tell if the hero's name was Tarn or Tam, along with various misspellings/typos and word substitutions (auto-correct?), and the printed portion of pages kept getting shorter as the book went on. Those quibbles aside, I really enjoyed it and became emotionally involved with all the characters. With all of the hero's references to previous experiences, I would hope to find the prequel to Deep Crossing! Thanks for writing it!


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