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Lords of the Deep

A nameless evil stirs beneath the Pacific....

Author:
Victor Milan

Cover Artist:
Cliff Nielsen

First Edition

Release Date:
August, 2006

Cover Price:
$6.50

ISBN-10:
0-373-63851-5


Graphic Audio MP3 CD

Release Date:
December, 2006

Cover Price:
$19.99

ISBN-13:
978-1-599-50192-5


Graphic Audio MP3 Download

Release Date:
December, 2006

Cover Price:
$12.99


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The turquoise utopia of the South Pacific belies the mammoth evil rising beneath the waves as Kane and his companions come to the aid of islanders under attack by a degenerate sea nation thriving within a massive dome on the ocean floor. Now the half-human inhabitants of Lemuria have become the violent henchmen of the one true lord of the deep -- a creature whose tenacious grip on the stygian depths -- and all sentient souls in his path -- tightens with terrible power as he prepares to reclaim his world.

Back Cover:

Apotheosis of Malice

The web of treachery, secrecy and manipulation spun by humanity's enslavers to snare mankind in relentless submission has begun to unravel -- ripped apart by rebels pledged to free Earth from unearthly domination. Renegades by their own choice, fighting back against the tyranny of the barons and the vast conspiracy they once served, the Cerberus warriors face the shifting tides of a war against an intrepid, inhuman enemy with the resources to restore their reign as overlords of Earth.

Black Depths

The turquoise utopia of the South Pacific belies the mammoth evil rising beneath the waves as Kane and his companions come to the aid of islanders under attack by a degenerate sea nation thriving within a massive dome on the ocean floor. Now the half-human inhabitants of Lemuria have become the violent henchmen of the one true lord of the deep -- a creature whose tenacious grip on the stygian depths, and all sentient souls in his path, tightens with terrible power as he prepares to reclaim his world.

Reviews:

1
I hated the book
by masdaddieo

I hated the book, it made no sense, it brought in underwater bad guys that were never even thought up in any book, then turned it into a &quot;star wars&quot; flying underwater ships at the end. outlanders and death lands need to get new authors and go back to the roots of the book. keep the language and main charters to the simple end of the world struggle kind. not the &quot;star wars&quot; or star trek imitation. there just turning the series into a cheep imitation of &quot;Stargate&quot; Victor Milan make Kane, Grant, Domi and Bridgid talk like they have years of space craft training. anymore books like this and I'll find better things to read.

 
8
What's with the new slang?
by nidan
Taking it underwater was great and the vent creatures were hilarious...but how many more world controlling beings are there? Maybe a new book about two of these beings in conflict would be refreshing. Lakesh would send in our heroes to snoop on these two potential enemies and on from there.
And what was up with Kane and Grant's new slang?
A good read overall.
 
3
Old Tower? Rich-in-sulfer? lulz
by SpaceViking

I thought this book does not need to be read. Everything was confusing, these was Dolphin rape which I have never knew existed.

However, having Kane, Grant, and Brigid fight a underwater civilization was pretty awesome. But they shoujld have fought more int he base, and not a giant squid.

I did not care for thsi book, but I did find it interesting.