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Earthcore By Scott Sigler,

  • Title: Earthcore
  • Author: Scott Sigler
  • ISBN: 9781896944326
  • Page: 280
  • Format: Paperback
  • Deep below a desolate Utah mountain lies the largest platinum deposit ever discovered A billion dollar find, it waits for any company that can drill a world s record, three mile deep mine shaft EarthCore is the company with the technology, the resources and the guts to go after the mother lode Young executive Connell Kirkland is the company s driving force, pushing himsDeep below a desolate Utah mountain lies the largest platinum deposit ever discovered A billion dollar find, it waits for any company that can drill a world s record, three mile deep mine shaft EarthCore is the company with the technology, the resources and the guts to go after the mother lode Young executive Connell Kirkland is the company s driving force, pushing himself and those around him to uncover the massive treasure.But at three miles below the surface, where the rocks are so hot they burn bare skin, something has been waiting for centuries Waiting d guarding Kirkland and EarthCore are about to find out first hand why this treasure has never been unearthed.
    Earthcore Deep below a desolate Utah mountain lies the largest platinum deposit ever discovered A billion dollar find it waits for any company that can drill a world s record three mile deep mine shaft EarthC

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    1. UPDATE July 9, 2017 Six weeks since we released the EARTHCORE audiobook, and man, it is killing it over at Audible It s been in the Audible Top 10 for fiction every week since its release That s for all fiction books And in the Horror category, it s doing even better I thought this was a funny screenshot showing me and Stephen King just hanging out Oh, sure, he s got the entire category except for EARTHCORE at 3, but hey, we re lit bros just hanging out by the horror water cooler.UPDATE June 19, [...]

    2. A fair book overall Although there are many characters in the story, I didn t feel attached to or even like most of them The story was OK, but reminded me of others I was hoping for geology and much less science fiction Sci fi, action adventure, staple.

    3. Holy Shit Mr Sigler This is the best book I ve read this year You are one of my favorite authors and Earthcore is now firmly in my top five favorite thrillers of all time, along with Infected That makes you the only author with than one title in any of my top five lists I ve been reading 3 4 novels a week for the past 35 years so shining brighter than all the rest is no small achievement sir

    4. This book felt like an epic race to the finish line Earthcore is one of those books that you enjoy reading because of the thrill and mysteries It was like watching a movie unfold, complete with mad scientists, an ambitious misguided businessman, an assassin and bizarre creatures LOTS AND LOTS OF BIZARRE CREATURES The story revolves around a mining area which is supposed to give off a lot of money It was a great vision and everyone felt excited for it However, it turned out to be the cause of the [...]

    5. 2.5Book Summary Deep below a desolate Utah mountain lies the largest platinum deposit ever discovered A billion dollar find, it waits for any company that can drill a world s record, three mile deep mine shaft EarthCore is the company with the technology, the resources and the guts to go after the mother lode Young executive Connell Kirkland is the company s driving force, pushing himself and those around him to uncover the massive treasure But at three miles below the surface, where the rocks a [...]

    6. Man, I m glad I snagged a copy of this book before it became unavailable Scott Sigler is a friend and Crown recently scooped all of his books, including this gem The good news there is that we ll probably see it again, the bad news is that it s no longer in printr now BUT, when it comes back in print, it s well worth reading It s a subterrainean thriller, which I m, for some reason, drawn to my favorite novel is The Descent Earthcore is fun, inteligent and scary Three nights in a row I stayed up [...]

    7. Scott Sigler added another 50% to his original EarthCore book and re released it this month I bought both the Kindle and Audible versions because I like to read or listen without interruption no matter what I m doing and will switch back and forth In fact, I became so obsessed with EarthCore, I couldn t put it down for 3 minutes to get a snack or drink and would have to switch to the audio so I wouldn t miss anything And Sigler I spent 2 nights ago having nightmares ALL NIGHT LONG What the Thank [...]

    8. Billions of dollars worth of platinum, 3 miles below the surface is up for grabs A ruthless mining company is staking its claim, but first a group of EarthCore employees and scientists will need to find a way to survive the night and quite possibly save the planet in the process I really enjoy Scott Siglers work The guy can definitely tell a story This may not have been my favorite so far, but it was fast, fun and entertaining There were some genuinely likeable, as well as, signature Sigler disl [...]

    9. This is not by first book by Sigler and, in a way, it has some similarities with the other one that i ve read.But i have to warn you, like the book by Laymon that i ve recently read, the true action starts only after some one hundred pages.When all the characters are presented and put in their place, only then we will sit calmly in our seats and have a hell of a ride.i liked that the whole ideea wasn t something usual and conventional and, in fact, it really worked good for this kind of a book.i [...]

    10. Starts out as clash of stereotypical characters Never stops being a big bore, partly because none of the paper thin characters is the least bit likable Even when the action and gore was at its fastest and most furious, I didn t care whether any survived.

    11. Earthcore is an interesting, much foul mouthed take on Journey to the Center of the Earth in my opinion Except, in Sigler s version, it s not dinosaurs you come across, but something much shiny and squishy Once things get rolling it takes a while , it s an action packed adventure There s one flight from danger after another, and several surprises await you.And that s about all that I can say that s nice about Earthcore.One of the things that annoyed me about Earthcore was the sob story given t [...]

    12. The 2017 rewrite of Earthcore is a behemoth that gives readers meat to the original story There s tons of additional information that manifests as character development, making the overall story much stronger.The story itself is one most fans of Scott Sigler are quite familiar with after all, this is the one that started it all The basic structure is the same, but the entire story has been shaped and molded into a mature telling, reflecting Sigler s own matured writing style The book has also [...]

    13. I absolutely loved this book As always, Scott Sigler does not disappoint I listened to the original podcast version of this a few years ago This has been updated and narrated by a great narrator, Ray Porter Sigler is one of my favorite authors and Porter is one of my favorite narrators, so of course I loved this book Ray Porter does a great job with each of the characters I m very happy that his book ends with the possibility of a sequel

    14. I m not joking either I ve yet to read or listen to a Sigler story that has disappointed me Sure, there s some that I don t like as well as others, but overall I ve enjoyed all of Sigler s works in either a book or podcast format.Earthcore surrounds a group of the world s best brightest in mining, run by the ruthless Connell Kirkland Reeling from his own personal losses years earlier, Kirkland thinks only of the bottom line what profits he can get for his company When an enormous amount of plati [...]

    15. I really like this author Earthcore is fantastic Sigler definitely doesn t follow the same or similar path that other sci fi writers follow His subjects concepts are so unique and fresh that they keep the reader interested and guessing the whole way through Earthcore also has that anthropological element that makes me love this book even Anything I say about the plot will be a spoiler, so I will just say that this book is well worth it, and it s certainly action movie worthy I have also noticed [...]

    16. This is the novel that put Scott Sigler on the map This particular version is the 10th anniversary version of the novel Scott Sigler has come back and rewritten the novel, adding lots detail and trimming here and there to make it flow much better This is the novel that most people got hooked with and really launched Scott Sigler into writing on a full time basis This version of the novel is great and better in many ways than the original This is a great jumping on point if you have never read S [...]

    17. I was lucky enough to be able to read the new rewrite early As fantastical as Scott s books are, this one has a level of human realism that surpasses all the others I think this now beats out Ancestor as my favorite Sigler book Also, it completely rocks Junkies will devour this one For anyone new to Sigler s work, this is a great place to start.

    18. I listened to this when it was the first ever podcast only novel It was awesome.I suspect that it s just as awesome as a novel novel.

    19. First of all I am sure that Scott Sigler has poured his heartblood into this novel especially concerning the scientific background The man has definitely done his homework though he takes quite some liberties here and there which I am sure he is perfectly aware of.However the novel suffers from several weak spots that I think could have been avoided if Sigler had been as meticulously with his writing as he has been with his research.To begin with the plot needed some serious tightening After the [...]

    20. It was an OK read It would have benefited a lot from a aggressive editor, who was willing to chop off unnecessary lines like the monsters were willing to cut off limbs For example, if someone calls someone else a Son of a bitch I don t need to be told they are angry, I know this from what they said The only time I need to know how they feel is, if it is the opposite of what one would expect If you cut such obvious lines from the narrative not only will the book shrink by 1 3 but the narrative w [...]

    21. This is possibly one of the unexpected hit thrillers of 2017, a cross genre combo of sci fi, horror, thriller, and paranormal It behooves one to reveal too much in a review, and I recommend reading without doing too much research into the actual storyline in order to maximize the surprise Let s just say that the feel of the book, and the scale, definitely changes as it progresses, and takes you into some very strangely cool and unexpected places Aside from the prologue, the book feels like a sus [...]

    22. I d never heard of the author before picking up this book He clearly has quite a following in the USA who I m sure admire his macho, all guns blazin , gore splattered approach to story telling Earthcore was his first novel and originally written in 2001 The version I read is 50% longer but I can t quite see why he bothered Characters are typically stereotypic and blatantly homophobic It s rather an old style of writing that doesn t sit well in 2017 The story itself is fine, although suspension o [...]

    23. EPIC Even this doesn t give the justice earned by Earthcore It s a monsterous, fantastic horror adventure which is about as edge of your seat as you can get The characters are absolutely superbly crafted, and the story is immense.The audiobook is 20 hours long, which is twice as long as i usually have the patience for But with the incredible Ray Porter narrating, this made a brilliant book, an even better audiobook presentation.Scott Sigler is an amazing author, but with Earthcore he really surp [...]

    24. I quite enjoyed this and read it in a day It s a mixture of The Descent caving and Alien v Predator buried alien spaceship The action is pretty relentless There are some characters to root for and some really unpleasant ones to wish long, painful deaths upon If you want an action packed holiday read this would be a reasonable choice.

    25. In every way, excellent I would have finished it in one sitting, but work and sleep got in the way along with the most overwhelming feeling of of claustrophobia I have ever experienced from written words The book held me I cared for the characters I believed in the, let s call them the bad guy s I cringed I looked away In my head I yelled NO too many times There have been many books where I have simply jumped to the end to see who or what survives I still go back and read them properly but this [...]

    26. Good book Basically a canned horror movie in book form While I sincerely recommend this book, you should know that the characters are a bit flimsy, but what do you expect in a genre where you need a few red shirts

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