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Down By Ally Blue Down Seven thousand meters below the ocean s surface the crew of the BathyTech mineral mining facility has found something remarkable a rock like sphere of unknown material and origin For Mo Rees the d

  • Title: Down
  • Author: Ally Blue
  • ISBN: 9781626492585
  • Page: 229
  • Format: ebook
  • Down By Ally Blue Seven thousand meters below the ocean s surface, the crew of the BathyTech 3 mineral mining facility has found something remarkable a rock like sphere of unknown material and origin.For Mo Rees, the discovery calls to his inner explorer and adds color to his dull miner s life Even better than the promise of new knowledge is the unexpected connection he forges with Dr ArSeven thousand meters below the ocean s surface, the crew of the BathyTech 3 mineral mining facility has found something remarkable a rock like sphere of unknown material and origin.For Mo Rees, the discovery calls to his inner explorer and adds color to his dull miner s life Even better than the promise of new knowledge is the unexpected connection he forges with Dr Armin Savage Hall, leader of the team brought down to study the thing.For Armin, the object is the find of a lifetime It could prove his controversial theories and secure his scientific reputation And Mo is a fascinating bonus.Then crew members start behaving strangely Worse, they start to change their eyes glow purple, their teeth sharpen Then the violence begins, the brutal deaths As BathyTech descends deeper into chaos, the surviving crew works desperately to find the cause of the horrors around them What they uncover could annihilate the human race And they can t stop it.
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    1. Sarah on said:

      SPOILERS 13 8 I m expecting this to remind me of the movie Sphere, with Samuel L Jackson and Dustin Hoffman In Sphere what is believed to be an alien spacecraft is found on the bottom of the ocean Upon entering the craft it s determined that it s actually American and from the future On board they find a perfect sphere that floats in mid air and has an apparently impenetrable surface which reflects everything around it except humans Over time the Sphere begins to effect the moods of the crew mem [...]

    2. Wart Hill on said:

      Things I Find While ShelvingI received a free ARC via NetGalleySo That was super creeptacular Seriously It was like So Very Creepy Like, the best eerie sci fi with wtf unknown creatures lurking in the darkness Except in book form Which Hell yes I really liked the setting don t get me wrong, I LOVE space, but deep sea exploration is also super cool and I love it.So, the book is set in an undersea mining community Like SUPER DEEP And they found something That they can t scan Which is like UMMMM, w [...]

    3. Karen Wellsbury on said:

      3.75 really, not quite 4The horror suspense in this book was great, one of my favourite films is The Abyss, and Down has this kind of feeling about it, as well as much .There is a real feeling of menace excitement in this book, and pace wise it really gets going, the whole thing happens over 2 weeks This part gets 4.5 starsThe romance is less believable, for about the first 60% of the book it didn t actually seem important compared to the suspense, and I wondered what the relevance of Mo and Arm [...]

    4. Tully Vincent on said:

      Eerie at places and quite original Nearly insta love However, the premise was interesting and the ending was enjoyable, especially how the last line circled back to the beginning.

    5. Cathy (cathepsut) on said:

      When you are halfway through a book and really do not want to pick it up again, it s time to say good bye or start some rapid skimming As I wanted to know how the story plays out, I skimmed a lot from about 57% into the book.I really wanted to like this I expected a mix of The Abyss, which I love to pieces, and The Last Days on Mars Liev Schreiber, zombies on Mars, very creepy and I wasn t that far off The first 40% or so of the story were interesting enough, with some nice, initial story set up [...]

    6. Kelly on said:

      Down by Ally Blue is a surprisingly creepy book The setting is one of the least explored vistas on Earth, the ocean floor, seven thousand metres down They might as well be in space The BathyTech 3 mineral mining facility is pressurized and air locked Any trip outside requires specialised equipment, including an oxygenated mist to keep the miners lungs from collapsing.The story begins with the discovery of a spherical rock that cannot be identified On scans, the object disappears, as if it were n [...]

    7. John Inman on said:

      Very cool book I loved it Spooky, original, sweet in places, scarier than hell in others I ll never look at mermaids the same way again, I know that much.

    8. Vanessa theJeepDiva on said:

      Ally Blue s Down was something wholly different than what I expected Maybe the cover should have been an indicator it s rather disturbing and horror like , but there are clearly two men mentioned in the blurb while there is romantic involvement the situation around the Bathy Tech 3 is clearly the story , and I received the book from Riptide they do romance mostly I was expecting romance What I got was a horror, very creepy horror I thoroughly enjoyed it I wasn t even remotely disappointed that I [...]

    9. OJ on said:

      Make no mistake, this is a well crafted, well written, strong science fiction book which I thoroughly enjoyed and yet I struggled so with the rating for it.The MCs, Armin and Mo, are well written and developed but that spark of sexiness was lacking I know it wasn t a book with smexiness, but it could have had a couple of hot moments between them.The rest of the characters are strong and the whole story carries out well, with one big flaw we never really find out the why behind it all what s the [...]

    10. S.Michelle on said:

      Oh my gosh This is horrifying and amazing and intriguing all at once The implications of what the mermaids are and where they are from also what they are doing is super creepy This book is gruesome, bloody, grabs a hold of you and doesn t let you go until you choose Change, or die.

    11. Jacqie on said:

      I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.When I read the blurb for this book, I was thinking something like The Abyss, Sphere, maybe even Starfish Peter Watts The horror component of the book was fairly decent It was creepy in parts, and the sense of isolation many leagues down in the dark, cold ocean was well done However, the plot was a bit disjointed There was a secret that was kept for too long, and people who allowed themselves to be isolated instead of [...]

    12. Susan Laine on said:

      4.75 stars Down is not a romance This is pure science fiction survival horror where the protagonists just happen to be gay All but one of the sex scenes happen off page And that single sex scene is twisted and weird, pretty much dubious consent, showcasing how far off the deep end they ve all gone So if you re looking for sex or sensuality, erotic or romance, look elsewhere.The main characters are Mo Rees, a miner, and Armin Savage Hall, a scientist To me, their connection deepened too fast and [...]

    13. Chris, the Dalek King on said:

      Mo has wanted to work in the deep of the ocean since he was a kid running around the blood soaked streets of his home And he loves being on BathyTech 3, working as a miner, even if the company can get a bit dull after months underwater However, when something new and strange is found, and a group of scientist, led by Dr Armin, come down to check it out, dull is smashed to peaces like a coke can at the bottom of the ocean.But while Mo and Armin hit it off and hook up nearly moments after seeing e [...]

    14. Adara on said:

      Fantastic Leviathanesque deep sea horror story Excellent world building of a futuristic society not too varied from our own The whole of the story takes place within maybe a week view spoiler Except for the last chapter, which covers the fall out a few months after the main events take place hide spoiler It seems like such a short period of time to get to know the characters, much less for the two main characters to begin to like each other, but it really works, and you want them to make it out [...]

    15. Elizabeth on said:

      Originally published at West Coast Book Reviews.Down is my first Ally Blue novel and I m now a fan I will definitely read .Down takes us deep, very deep, to a place where sunlight is no than a memory and the ocean pressure will crush a person beyond recognition For the men and women of BathyTech, however, much waits.I like Armin and Mo very much, particularly together Theirs is a story of romance under pressure.I also really liked that in addition to excellent suspense and tension pulling me t [...]

    16. Melissa ♥ Dog Lover ♥ Martin on said:

      I would like to thank Netgalley and the Publisher for giving me the opportunity to read this book I have never read anything from this author before I thought the picture on the front of the book looked really creepy and the synopsis sounded even creepier I think anything at the bottom of the ocean would freak me out anyway, but throw in some weird contagion changing people and that would just make it complete I wasn t too sure about the book at first because it seemed like the love interest por [...]

    17. March Shoggoth Madness The Haunted Reading Room on said:

      Review DOWN by Ally BlueExciting, entertaining, intriguing, riveting and best of all, apocalyptic A truly engrossing story of one of the few remaining frontiers the extreme ocean depths Set far into the future 22nd century, mineral miners discover a suspicious unknown something deep in the Pacific It s not just unknown it s earth changing The Gay element between miner Mo and theoretical marine geologist Dr Armin is delectable and heartwarming DOWN is a re reader, and I d like to see it continue. [...]

    18. Whitney on said:

      I liked this book It reminded me a lot of Event Horizon view spoiler I foolishly believed that at least the MCs would survive and in some ways they did but I was clearly mistaken Far too many gruesome deaths described for my liking hide spoiler All in all 3.5 4 stars.

    19. Misty on said:

      Spectacular novel I had a hard time putting it down I really love the ending

    20. Esther Jones on said:

      Well, that was chilling Not my usual type of story, but very well done.

    21. Jennifer Lavoie on said:

      Reviewed for The Novel Approach Ally Blue is one of my favorite authors, so when I saw that she was releasing a horror novel, I was thrilled Until I found out where it takes place.The bottom of the ocean.So therein lies my dilemma I love Ally Blue so much I purchase her ebooks, read them, love them, and then as soon as that book is available in paperback, I buy the paperback I own every single book she has written in ebook, and every one that has been released as a paperback sits on the top shel [...]

    22. piranha on said:

      I ve been a fan of Ally Blue from way back But this one didn t do it for me It was so very uneven, and that s actually a bit too kind it was down than up And I didn t even mean that as a pun on the title but we take what we can get First off, coming from a gay romance author and a gay romance publisher, I didn t expect this to be primarily horror There is romance, but I didn t buy it it starts as a series of one night stands and while the relationship is interesting, I don t ever see what draws [...]

    23. Jesse on said:

      In a word disappointing What begins as an intriguing undersea horror story is brought down by sluggish plotting, unmemorable characters, and a supposed life changing romance, that, unfortunately, I didn t buy for a minute Within the first 15 pages Mo and Armin are sleeping together, and every encounter after that the reader is bombarded with constant romantic platitudes and affectionate kisses, but I found no reason to invest myself in their relationship, seeing as how there seemed to be very li [...]

    24. Joyfully Jay on said:

      A Joyfully Jay review 4.75 starsDown is not a romance This is pure science fiction survival horror where the protagonists just happen to be gay All but one of the sex scenes happen off page And that single sex scene is twisted and weird, pretty much dubious consent, showcasing how far off the deep end they ve all gone So if you re looking for sex or sensuality, erotic or romance, look elsewhere.The main characters are Mo Rees, a miner, and Armin Savage Hall, a scientist Their personalities are q [...]

    25. Cheryl on said:

      Underwater creature feature tale I love underwater monster movies and books Always have And that was what I was thinking of as I read this offering by the Popess of Gay Angst, Ally Blue Movies like The Abyss Deep Star Six The Rift and Leviathan were brought to mind as I read and visualized this above average take on underwater creature features.It is 2137 and miner Mo Rees is 7000 meters down in the BathyTech 3 deep sea mineral mining pod at the bottom of the Peru Chile trench.Dr Armin Savage Ha [...]

    26. Ambre on said:

      I m a sci fi fan from way back, so my read is going to be different from the romance reader s, but here you go.This would have been a great book if the ending had made any flipping sense.It s like she forgot what the entire rest of the book had been about when she wrote the ending You know, the monsters who totally lost humanity when they changed The good friends turning on each other and trying to kill each other All that stuff An effort to pull a romantic ending out of that was going to be a c [...]

    27. Sherry on said:

      Overall a good story with nice horror elements which kept me from reading it after sunset because I get scared easily, damn although I wanted to desperately know how the story continued At the same time, it was quite frustrating how dumb these supposedly top notch scientists were honestly I wanted to smack them over the head multiple times Anyway I think the relationship between Armin and Mo was nicely balanced with the actual plot but the way it was portrayed was not to my liking because at som [...]

    28. Andrea Goodell on said:

      This book is for you if A, you like futuristic stories but set on Earth, well underwater, B, enjoy a long read, C, enjoy a little gore with your HEA.I enjoy all the above and really enjoyed this story, however we have a lot of characters so this is not one you can skim or read while doing other things It s not complicated just involved The two main MC s Mo and Armin are wonderful together, this is a fade story, no heavy sex scene, but it doesn t need any You can feel the connection between these [...]

    29. Elliot Cooper on said:

      Other than figuring a few things out ahead of the characters or, accurately, growling a bit at the scientists for being all scientific method while simultaneously appreciating them for being all scientific method consistently and the unexpected slowing of pace in the middle, I absolutely loved this I didn t have it ALL figured out, which was great I get tired of entire stories being so predictable that there re no oh wow reveal revelation moments I was also appreciative of the circumventing of [...]

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