Oceanspace

Oceanspace

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As humankind struggles to unlock the complex mysteries of Earth's final unexplored frontier, the oceans, Tethys, the world's first selfsufficient undersea research station is threatened by deadly unknown mysteries and terrors of the deep. By the author of Orbital Decay.

Blackwell North Amer
It is called Tethys - the world's first completely self-sufficient undersea research station, situated hundreds of feet below the surface of the Atlantic. It is the stepping stone to a new frontier of life on Earth. Within this oasis of technology are those who seek to unlock the mysteries of the unknown deep.
They are not alone.
For as some explore the ocean floor in search of knowledge, there are those with more ominous motives. Rival corporations practice industrial espionage to gain the upper hand in a race of exploitation worth billions. Still others see the station as a fast way up the ladder of success ... no matter who they drag down in the process.
More threatening still is the existence of a colossal presence outside the station. Something stirring from the very depths of the ocean. Something that may be the greatest discovery of all...

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As humankind struggles to unlock the complex mysteries of Earth's final unexplored frontier, the oceans, Tethys, the world's first self-sufficient undersea research station is threatened by deadly unknown mysteries and terrors of the deep

Publisher: New York : Ace Books, c2000
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780441006854
044100685X
Branch Call Number: F STE
Characteristics: 375 p. ; 22 cm
Alternative Title: Ocean space

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