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Fire Below (seaQuest DSV)

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Fire Below (seaQuest DSV).pdf | Language: English
    Matthew J. Costello(Author)

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With the planet on the brink of global war, the multinational crew of the SeaQuest must protect the colonies from marauding techno-pirates, deadly aqua-terrorists, and ruthless deep ocean drug and weapon smugglers. Original.
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  • PDF | 233 pages
  • Matthew J. Costello(Author)
  • Ace Books (January 1994)
  • English
  • 2
  • Science Fiction & Fantasy

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  • By EriChanHime on April 11, 2007

    The plot for this book really is split into two sections straight down the middle, but they are at least somewhat interrelated. The action is fairly tame, but does involve some grisly concepts, though they are not horribly explicit. Most of the character portayals are believable, if not perfect. The book is heavily focused on Captain Bridger, and the author seems to have a preoccupation with middle names, which got a bit old. I did enjoy reading it, and will probably read it again sometime. It's definately a book for 'seaQuest DSV' fans, and would probably not greatly interest the average sci-fi fan, as the characters are not as developed as they should be for a stand-alone novel. Some knowledge of the show is rather necessary to fully appreciate this book. I admit to enjoying this book, but my one major frustration was that the name of one of the crew is completely wrong: Lt. jg. Tim O'Neill is called Lt. Bachmann for NO concievable reason. It's clearly the same character, though; his mannerisms and speech patterns are very recognizable. It drove me crazy enough that I finally went through the book with White-out and a pen and fixed it. Other than that, it was a decent way to spend four hours.

  • By bryan dodson on May 7, 2015

    My wife is a big Sea Quest fan, I would have hoped the series would have gone on longer, but she loved the book. Reading it and watching it are two different things.

  • By Lois Lane on February 18, 2010

    They were fast and the product was as expected. Great and would order from them again!!

  • By Guest on June 17, 2000

    I had to read this book because I love Seaquest. But beware, this may be one of the worst books ever. It actually is two small stories that have nothing in common, combined into one. This author needs some writing lessons; the entire novel is written in about 3 paragraph segments, jumping between anywhere from 3 to 5 sets of characters throughout the story. Only read this if you need a Seaquest fix and are truly desperate!

  • By Guest on May 28, 2002

    this book was excellent. Although like most novels it starts out slowly, the action quickly starts and carries you through the rest of the book. It inspired me to write a fanfic based on the storyline. A must-read for seaQuest fans.

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