Customer Review

May 28, 2017
I listened to a computer read version of this book. Every time a "Dr." was in the story, the computer translated it as "drive" and "No." became "no" instead of "north". A sentence such as
Dr. Oswald is from No. California would be read as Drive, Oswald is from no California. Mrs. was mrrs and Mr. was mrr. At first I kept wondering why the person telling the story kept telling Oswald to drive, especially since they weren't in a vehicle most of the time. I wasn't looking at the print version on the computer at that point.
Anyway, the story is about group of people that were sent to Alaska to investigate some huge holes that were appearing in the permafrost; a geologists, a climatologists, two geological grad students, a Exxon Mobil management employee to see if the North Slope oil fields were in danger, and a woman that claimed she was a photographer for a newspaper. What they found cost the lives of two members of the group and left the others traumatized. The Alaskan permafrost had much more in it than holes.
The author researched everything he could to make this story as accurate as a fictional book can be and the beginning can fool you into thinking this is non-fiction.
I recommend this book for fantasy, horror and thriller fans.
NOTE: This was not a "real" Audiobook. It was an epub version I downloaded and it was read by my computer, not a real person. I am sure the actual audiobook is fine. Sue🐾 (less)

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