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In the latest thrilling adventure in the Matt Kearns series from best-selling author Greig Beck, Matt is fighting for his life, the ones he loves and the existence of the entire human race.

Around the world entire towns are being wiped out, a trail of boneless bodies left behind.

Professor Matt Kearns, paleo-linguist and a team of scientific and military specialists rush to decipher the hidden secrets of a pair of ancient stones that prophesise the next great extinction on Earth. They soon discover that the ominous predictions are linked to a plague of unstoppable creatures that have risen from the centre of the Earth.

In a heart-pumping adventure that begins in the hold of a sunken German U-boat, Matt Kearns travels to the lost Nazi treasure tunnels in Poland and dives deep down to sunken caves below Easter Island.

©2020 Greig Beck (P)2021 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

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Interesting but Uneven Story

Beck always comes up with clever plots. But as usual, there are ups and downs with this. Dumb decisions and plot holes abound, but if you like listening to a story about giant silicon-sucking insect-like thingies with eyes that look human and an insane German who talks to Hitler's preserved head, then I guess you can forgive the other silliness, And as usual, Mangan came up with his own pronunciations. Just a few: grouper, chitin, Ares, Meghan, skeletal (this is in many of Beck's books so you'd think someone would tell him how to say it), Dieter, shone, precedence, and best of all--Miguel pronounced as Ma-gwel.

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The reader has a slight lisp that hurt my ears if playing in some settings. Be warned. Story is fun.

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Great series

Great series from a great author, and the narrator is fantastic. My favorite things about Greg Beck's work is the science behind fiction. This book delves into the history and science of the five major extinction events that happened over the period of millions to hundreds of million years. The whole of the Matt Kearns series is great, but my favorite from this author is the Alex Hunter series, and hope there is more to come in it.

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  • 01-23-21

Master extinction teller

Again we are taken to the brink of extinction Beck tamed his gruesome narrative a little in comparison to previous books but it’s still a mighty enjoyable yarn

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  • 01-13-21

another outstanding book

an awesome listen as always...you can't beat the team of Greig Beck and Sean Mangan. With the storyline ending so a follow up book seems possible it's exciting and nail biting all in one short story. Poor Matt just can't keep out of trouble!