Undersea

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In a world flooded and irradiated by a nearly forgotten cataclysm from generations passed, all that remains of civilization clings to life in two war-torn, city-sized submarines. For fifty years, the only peace between them had come from separation.

Now, young council woman Ralla Gattley has uncovered mysteries that will bring these two factions face-to-face, initiating a series of events that will forever change their undersea world. She didn't expect to meet Thom Vargas, a ...

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Overview

In a world flooded and irradiated by a nearly forgotten cataclysm from generations passed, all that remains of civilization clings to life in two war-torn, city-sized submarines. For fifty years, the only peace between them had come from separation.

Now, young council woman Ralla Gattley has uncovered mysteries that will bring these two factions face-to-face, initiating a series of events that will forever change their undersea world. She didn't expect to meet Thom Vargas, a bored fisherman and aspiring drunk who merely wants to climb one rung on the social ladder. Little did he know that single step may well put the fate of the world in his hands.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781620152041
  • Publisher: Libertary Co.
  • Publication date: 3/19/2014
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 1,109,563
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.65 (d)

Meet the Author

Geoffrey Morrison is a tech writer and freelance journalist based in Los Angeles.

He was Editor in Chief of Home Entertainment magazine and before that, Technical Editor of Home Theater magazine. He currently writes reviews and features for CNET, Sound+Vision magazine, HDGuru.com, BigPictureBigSound.com and other Web and print publications.

His articles have appeared in Men's Journal, Popular Photography, PC World, Robb Report, Consumers Digest, Channel Guide, and many others.

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  • Posted May 21, 2014

    Undersea by Geoffrey Morrison is a gripping tale that should app

    Undersea by Geoffrey Morrison is a gripping tale that should appeal to not just sci-fi fans, but to anyone who appreciates a well thought out story. The world Geoffrey created was detailed and believable, with characters that draw you in, and don’t let go. Well-paced, filled with action and humor, this book will not disappoint. The relationship between Ralla and Thom is intricate and very human with all the flaws, and warts that exist in reality. The technology is well integrated to the story, supporting the action and I never found it to be distracting or overdone. The only criticism, if any, is the abrupt ending. Like any good story, it leaves you wanting to know more. Of course, this could be intentional, setting the stage for a sequel. I could only hope…Undersea is a world I would gladly dive into again. Well done!

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