Drop Off Best Read || [Edward J. McFadden III], Drop Off, Edward J. McFadden III, Drop Off Nature morphs and twists and beasts that shouldnt exist stalk the sea At the edge of the abyss where the Blake Plateau abruptly gives way to the deepest parts of the Atlantic Ocean biologists investigate the largest marine die off in history An Everest style base camp supporting scientists staff and eco tourists sits at the edge of the drop off but the scientific mission turns to on, Drop Off Best Read || [Edward J. McFadden III] - Drop Off, Drop Off Nature morphs and twists and beasts that shouldnt exist stalk the sea At the edge of the abyss where the Blake Plateau abruptly gives way to the deepest parts of the Atlantic Ocean biologists inves

  • Publisher‏:‎ Severed Press (November 8, 2020)
  • Publication date‏:‎ November 8, 2020
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 2140 KB
  • Simultaneous device usage‏:‎ Unlimited
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Not Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 204 pages
  • Page numbers source ISBN‏:‎ 1922323934
  • Lending‏:‎ Enabled

Drop Off

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  1. Drop Off reads like a horror action movie It reminded me of Deep Rising, Deep Blue Sea and Aliens Though the details about submarines, weapons and ships are rich and complex, lending an air of authenticity, the plot is straightforward and visceral While investigating a mysterious die off of marine life in the Atlantic, ex soldier Steven Hunte and an odd assortment of sailors, eco tourists and marine biologists stumble across a new, mutated species of sea spider At first, they try to bring one of [...]


  2. SPOILERS The book was alright but took a while to get started When the action really started to take off it was a non stop adrenaline ride up until the last few pages My complaints are about the last several pages of the book knowing this was a monster book I realized the body count would be high, however The final two character remaining were just too obvious and frankly too dark for my taste Not to mention unrealistic At least some side characters could have made it at the end Also, there real [...]


  3. My first read by this author I m a sucker for anything deep sea monster like, and in that case this book delivers Interesting ideas for sure Really liked the concept of having a floating sea base made up of various ships it reminded me of that ocean town in Waterworld The creatures were somewhat original as well Seems like a good recipe for an action story.Sadly the writing here is lackluster to say the least I have respect for anyone that can write a novel, but at the same time if you re going [...]


  4. I thought the clumsy exposition was bad, but I stuck with it and paid the price If this wasn t on Unlimited I d demand a refund.Remember when authors researched things before committing them to paper Ed doesn t Did you know M4 carbines don t have slides to rack Ed doesn t Do you understand that just because you picked up a term you think sounds cool doesn t mean you need to use it over and over and over Ed doesn t Have you ever used a knife for anything in your entire life Ed hasn t.


  5. This story follows a crew of deep sea archaeologist that basically go to the edge of the Atlantic ocean, and down into its depths This book was written really well when you come from the standpoint that all the characters seemed really knowledgeable and good at their jobs The characters felt real, every now and then they would get a little annoying and I think there was characters than necessary but I guess they were just reserves so when the characters died off they could be replaced Overall, t [...]


  6. A group of scientists establish a base to study a mass marine die off event at the the deepest point in the Atlantic ocean They soon find themselves at the mercy of mutated sea creatures This is very much like a survival show like I Shouldn t Be Alive or Critical Rescue and I love it I recently started watching I Shouldn t Be Alive on YouTube and the parallels are uncanny The writing is good, the concept is interesting if a little far fetched and well done I definitely recommend reading this one [...]


  7. Terror on the high seas In his novel, Drop Off, Mr Mcfadden takes readers on an fast paced and thrilling adventure With skill and thorough knowledge of the sea, he weaves a tale that creates hopeless fear in the mind of the reader Having grown up on the Great Lakes myself, I could easily relate to the rolling waters and brisk sustained winds, albeit magnified by the Atlantic Ocean If that isn t terrifying enough, he introduces horrific creatures from the deep Exciting language, believable charac [...]


  8. Now, I do not claim to be an expert on the art of writing but even i know that said is not always the correct word to use when delivering dialogue After all, we already know that t s called quotation marks What are they for if not denote that someboy said something Too much info dumping it s supposed to be a horror so get on with it and don t bore me with details.