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The Spawning: Book Two of The Hive Series

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Bringing unimaginable ancient horrors to light, this supernatural novel weaves several terrifying discoveries into one disquieting tale. At an isolated research station in Antarctica, a cosmologist experiences a singular, horrifying encounter. In the grip of an unforgiving snowstorm, the members stationed at Mount Hobb confront a terror that will change the world. Amidst threats of national security, conspiracies, and cover-ups, a new group of scientists at Polar Clime Base attempt to unravel an eldritch mystery ...

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Overview

Bringing unimaginable ancient horrors to light, this supernatural novel weaves several terrifying discoveries into one disquieting tale. At an isolated research station in Antarctica, a cosmologist experiences a singular, horrifying encounter. In the grip of an unforgiving snowstorm, the members stationed at Mount Hobb confront a terror that will change the world. Amidst threats of national security, conspiracies, and cover-ups, a new group of scientists at Polar Clime Base attempt to unravel an eldritch mystery that has remained locked away for billions of years. Hidden away in the shadows of glacial caves, a malevolent intelligence that not only threatens the lives of those who discover it but also the future of the human race, lies waiting. Despite the dire warnings from the researchers at Polar Clime, the National Science Foundation refuses to intervene, leaving the inhabitants alone in preventing a final war for the very existence of humanity. In this riveting science fiction thriller, the unforgiving landscape of the Antarctic is explored, revealing the darkest place on Earth and the unknown menace that dwells beneath its ice.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781934501191
  • Publisher: Elder Signs Press
  • Publication date: 8/1/2010
  • Series: The Hive Series Series
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Tim Curran is a writer and factory worker. He has written for nearly 100 different magazines and anthologies. He is the author of Dead Sea and Hive. He lives in Escanaba, Michigan.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 27, 2014

    I found these two books,The Hive,and The Spawning sequel,to be v

    I found these two books,The Hive,and The Spawning sequel,to be very engaging for the most part.
    By the end of The Hive,I was invested in the series and promptly 
    bought The Spawning.First thing noticed was there would be a continuation of the excessive descriptiveness that wasn't quite annoying enough to prevent me from 
    liking the story.Curran will describe something ten ways to Sunday and again..a little later,another ten ways to Sunday.Its as
    if he is afraid we didn't get the feel,mood,scene,or sounds exactly right in our own imaginations
    so he keeps describing,metaphoring,and "like .." or "as if.." ing over and over.Well anyways.
    I'm a sucker for the arctic,science fiction,horror and decent characterization so I give thumbs up.

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