100 Fathoms Below

Narrated by: Shawn Compton
Length: 8 hrs and 36 mins
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100 fathoms below....

The depth at which sunlight no longer penetrates the ocean.

1983. The US nuclear submarine USS Roanoke embarks on a classified spy mission into Soviet waters. Their goal: to find evidence of a new, faster, and deadlier Soviet submarine that could tip the balance of the Cold War. But the Roanoke crew isn't alone. Something is on board with them. Something cunning and malevolent.

Trapped in enemy territory and hunted by Soviet submarines, tensions escalate and crew members turn on each other. When the lights go out and horror fills the corridors, it will take everything the crew has to survive the menace coming from outside and inside the submarine.

In the dark.

Combining Tom Clancy's eye for international intrigue with Stephen King's sense of the macabre, 100 Fathoms Below takes listeners into depths from which there is no escape.

A Publishers Weekly Editors' Choice for Fall in Science Fiction & Horror.

©2018 Steven L. Kent and Nicholas Kaufmann (P)2018 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Nice Little Find

I pre odered this book and I'm really glad that I did. It's a nice twist to a old horror movie tale.

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Trapped in sub with deadly supernatural creatures

I thoroughly enjoyed this one. The audio is well done and I spent most of my spare time this past weekend listening to it. The tension starts early and doesn't let up. The worst (best) part is, the reader knows there is something creepy hiding on the sub while the crew is clueless and just thinks a couple people are sick or maybe someone is losing it.

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Good Read

Good overall weekend read. Different “monster” book in terms of location and tempo. Narration was ok but the reader had trouble with different voices.

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Monsters under the sea...

Worth the credit... scary, exciting, and fast paced! Something different... claustrophobic horror in a submarine

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  • SarahC1985
  • 11-06-18

Claustriphobic, terrifying

I think this book is absolutely amazing. The suspense kept me literally on the edge of my seat, another I once thought, way overused expression. Not this time. The fact the crew are all trapped together in a small space, plus the terror aboard with them and the enemy warfair, only add to the danger. There were times I could almost hear the kind of music you hear in films during creepy, tense scenes, not knowing who, or what, is round the corner. That was how this one felt to me at times. If you love claustrophobic, Psychological horror along with warfair, this one is for you. One of the best books I've ever read. Loved it! Very well narrated as well. Never heard Sean Compton before, but this book really suited his voice and reading style.