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SUB ZERO

Narrated by: Daniel Henning
Length: 7 hrs and 46 mins
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Summary

The only thing colder than the Antarctic air is the icy chill of death....

Off the coast of McMurdo Station, in the frigid waters of the Southern Ocean, a new species of Antarctic octopus is unintentionally discovered. Specialists aboard a state-of-the-art DARPA research vessel aim to apply the animal's "sub-zero venom" to one of their projects: an experimental painkiller designed for soldiers on the front lines.

All is going according to plan until the ship is caught in an intense storm. The retrofitted tanker is rocked, and the onboard laboratory is destroyed. Amid the chaos, the lead scientist is infected by a strange virus while conducting the specimen's dissection.

The scientist didn't die in the accident. He changed.

©2019 Matt James (P)2020 Tantor

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terrible

Narrator was ok, the story was terrible, characters idiotic and stereotypical. I only started because I thought it was about a giant sea monster. it isn't.

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  • Joseph
  • 11-03-20

Sub-Par

Not really anything new or unique from this story. Sadly other works by this author are good, but this one misses on so many levels. How infected, effects, and the creature actions and behavior all are less then spectacular or scary. Can’t recommend.

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  • Michael R. Roberson
  • 17-05-20

don't bother.

Honestly, i couldn't finish the book. The premise of the story seemed interesting, but it ended up just being annoying to listen too. The characters acted like idiots and the narrator gave them incredibly obnoxious voices. Maybe I'll try to finish it again later, but right now its just a pain to listen too.

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  • Alicia Durham
  • 05-10-20

Good

the narrator was overall pretty good. the story was really good only it had to much cussing for my liking. really enjoyed how the creature wasn't at all what I had expected.

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  • Emily Rodriguez
  • 25-09-20

Not a bad try

The plot was the best thing about this book the characters were likable enough but the truth is I kept getting distracted by the narrator he was just awful and every so often the audio would sound different like it was recorded on a different day or with different equipment. All in all it was just to distracting.