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Hive 2: The Spawning By Tim Curran,

  • Title: Hive 2: The Spawning
  • Author: Tim Curran
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 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 myAt 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.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.
    Hive The Spawning 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

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    1. Brilliant I enjoyed this as much as the first book I really hope Tim Curran decides to write Hive 3, as I d really like know how it all endsough, judging by the first two books, probably not good.

    2. Great Sequel This takes place about 5 years after the first book,The Great Old Ones are back and they continue their plan to reap what they have sowed.Coyle is just a cook but he knows when things dont add up Especially with rumors of the station 5 years ago and how that was all swept under the rug.But now things seem less subtle and seem to be coming to a close Behold the end is nearCan be read as a standalone but do not recommend it Get Hive and then read this one Their both great

    3. Excellent follow up to Hive actually better in many ways, which rarely happens with sequels The writing is above par aside from the usual Kindle problems , and it s lovely to have a novelist using big words that make you reach for the dictionary rather than dumbing it down to the lowest common denominator Story aside, both novels are full of interesting detail on Antarctic exploration, and have made me appreciate the bravery, strength and sheer doggedness of the early explorers in a way in which [...]

    4. As with Book 1 Hive a difficult one to review I enjoyed both books but was glad when I was done with them This one is better than the first Book in the series in that there is a lot action and less description Perhaps I should have taken a break after Book 1 because taken as a whole the story kind of goes around and around and at times it was like I was reading a science text book about Alien architecture and Alien paleontology.Nevertheless, it was a good story similar in many ways to the movie [...]

    5. It feels like a must read for fans of the The Thing and anyone looking for some eldritch horror Sequel is a must for those that finished the first but didn t draw me in as much as the first.

    6. EnjoyableEnjoyablegood sequel to first volume can t decide if there will be a follow up but there should be Will watch for it.

    7. A FINE TALE OF TERROR IT ISHello, this is one hell of a ride Extremely well written and entertaining Creepy to the nth degree We need stories like this Thanks.

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