[Reading] ➾ Shadow Zone (Hannah Bryson, #2) By Iris Johansen – Soaringeaglecasino.us

Shadow Zone (Hannah Bryson, #2) The 1 New York Times Bestselling Author Teams Up Once Again With Her Edgar Award Winning Son To Bring Us A New Heart Pounding Thriller Involving The Search For A Mysterious Atlantean CityWhile Mapping The Ancient Underwater City Of Marinth In The Atlantic Ocean, Submersible Designer Hannah Bryson Makes A Shocking Discovery She May Have Finally Uncovered The Truth About The Once Glorious City S Mysterious Demise Long Ago It Was A Thriving Metropolis Bursting With Culture And Life Marinth S Sudden Disappearance Has Plagued Scientists For Years But Now, With Her Unexpected New Findings, Hannah Realizes That The Ancient City S Explosive Secret Could Have Dire Consequences For The Modern Day World But Hannah Isn T The Only One Who Realizes It When Her Key Artifact Is Hijacked En Route To A Research Lab, She Is Thrust Into An Adventure In Which She Must Match Wits Against A Terrifying Enemy Who Will Kill Anyone Who Stands In His Way And When Hannah Becomes His Target, She Knows That Her Best Hope For Survival Lies With Kirov, A Mysterious And Deadly Man From Her Past Together They Will Race To Unravel Marinth S Last Great Secret In Order To Prevent A Catastrophe Of Global Proportions Before The Lethal Game Is Over, However, Hannah Will Realize That No One Is Above Suspicion.

[Reading] ➾ Shadow Zone (Hannah Bryson, #2)  By Iris Johansen – Soaringeaglecasino.us
  • Hardcover
  • 372 pages
  • Shadow Zone (Hannah Bryson, #2)
  • Iris Johansen
  • English
  • 05 September 2018
  • 0312611609

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➾ Shadow Zone (Hannah Bryson, #2) By Iris Johansen – Soaringeaglecasino.us


  1. says:

    This book holds the dubious distinction of being the last I swear to the heavens above Iris Roy Johansen book I ever buy It got buried in a TBR stack after a move, so I m just reading it I went from giddy anticipation to horrified disbelief as each page went by Hannah she with the strong shoulders strong shouldersExcuse me has so many TSTL moments that I started rooting for The Bad Guys fairly early on Melis is married to husband, Jed We know this because that s how he s re This book holds the dubious distinction of being the last I swear to the heavens above Iris Roy Johansen book I ever buy It got buried in a TBR stack after a move, so I m just reading it I went from g...


  2. says:

    I ve never actually read an Iris Johansen book, but I ve seen them on the bestseller lists, and this one sounded interesting, so I decided to give her a try Bad mistake I don t know if this was a bad example of her writing, but if this had come to a publisher from a first time writer, it never would have been published It violates every rule of good writing out there.The heroine is testing her new mini sub design, combining it with helping a longtime friend with exploring the lost city o I ve never actually read an Iris Johansen book, but I ve seen them on the bestseller lists, and this one sounded interesting, so I decided to give her a try Bad mistake I don t know if this was a bad example of her writing, but if this had come to a publisher from a first time writer, it never would have been published It violates every rule of good writing out there.The heroine is testing her new mini sub design, combining it with helping a longtime friend with exploring the lost city of Marinth, which has been the subject of studies and hollywood movies, and yet still has lots of unexpected finds left One of those finds is a stained glass wall, still intact, that explains how to take the algae that is only found in this location, but when co...


  3. says:

    Shadow Zone by Iris Johansen narrated by Jennifer Van DyckDate 2010Unlike other work that I have read by her prior to this, I still found it a nice and easy read Her characters are as always likable and this time around not as damaged as her previous protagonists.Finding a civilisation underneath the sea, older than imagined, a question arose what caused their decline The answer is enough to get an international arms dealer involved The result is a fast paced race against time I really enj Shadow Zone by Iris Johansen narrated by Jennifer Van DyckDate 2010Unlike other work that I have read by her prior to this, I still found it a nice and easy read Her characters are as always likable and this time around not as damaged as her previous protagonists.Finding a civilisation underneath the sea, older than imagined, a question arose what caused their declin...


  4. says:

    Don t waste your time and money.


  5. says:

    Another one of my longtime favorite authors that I no longer will read.


  6. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here TERRIBLE BOOK I have never read this author before but we are off to a bad start I have HEARD that she writes good books that s why I said start However, this was such a terrible book I feel like I should burn it so no one else ever reads it Hannah, the protagonist, has absolutely nothing to do with anything until the end of the book She just keeps putting herself in situations she is not capable, both skill wise and emotionally, of handling and the characters around her have to keep fixing TERRIBLE BOOK I have never read this author before but we are off to a bad start I have HEARD that she writes good books that s why I said start However, this was such a terrible book I feel like I should burn it so no one else ever reads it Hannah, the protagonist, has absolutely nothing to do with anything until the end of the book She just keeps putting herself in situations she is not capable, both skill wise and emotionally, of handling and the characters around her have to keep fixing everything or saving her dumba Then finally at the end with a situation right up her alley she ruins it by some dumb short speech to a bunch of military people Essentially I don t want you to help me, but I need you to help me as so it was pointed out to me So you better be happy I m your boss and then throws a temper tantrum when they aren t happy about it I personal...


  7. says:

    The book was overall good It is what one would expect to see from an average novel The plot was easy to follow, there were a bunch of side tasks that came about, and there was some form of a final struggle in which one side lost In this book the main character Hannah Bryson is working with her friend Melis Nemid to uncover the reason Marinth, a legendary city, went extinct and was buried underwater many millennia ago This is all happening while the main antagonist Vincent Gadaire is trying t The book was overall good It is what one would expect to see from an average novel The plot was easy to follow, there were a bunch of side tasks that came about, and there was some form of a final struggle in which one side lost In th...


  8. says:

    This book is mediocre at best I found myself bored, especially when the characters relationship can be summed up in the words see previous book There is no actual progression to their relationship other than how she s not mad at him for leaving her for poorly explained reaso...


  9. says:

    Maybe it s Iris Johansen rather than Faye whatever that I didn t care forstiltedunrequited loveI should be pleaased with a strong female character but somehow she s still a stereotypical woman .


  10. says:

    Sometmes slow moving

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