• Challenger Storm: The Curse of Poseidon

  • Volume 2
  • Di: Don Gates
  • Letto da: Michael Fox
  • Durata: 5 ore e 32 min
  • Versione integrale
  • Data di pubblicazione: 02 02 2018
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • Editore: RadioArchives.com
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Sintesi dell'editore

Death beneath the waves!

When several cargo ships begin disappearing on the waters of the Aegean Sea, rumors begin to spread about black-armored demons rising up out of the deep. For Challenger Storm and his MARDL team, these events hold no particular interest, until one of Storm’s troubleshooters, Diana St. Clair, informs him that her former lover and one-time MARDL scientist, Herbert Chambers, is among the missing.

Later, a freakish wave wipes out a small Greek fishing village leaving only a handful of survivors. Is it possible someone has learned how to control the seas to do their bidding? When Storm and his companions arrive at a mid-ocean refueling station, they are attacked by saboteurs wielding bizarre rifles that fire sea-water.

Who is the mysterious figure calling himself Poseidon, and what is the secret of his ability to create monstrous tidal waves? Can Challenger Storm find his underwater base in time to stop this mad genius before he rains down more watery destruction upon unsuspecting coastal populations? Is mankind doomed to be ruled by a new King of the Seas!

Here is high-octane pulp adventure on...and below the waves!

©2014 Don Gates (P)2018 RadioArchives.com

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  • 19 07 2018

enjoyable

little predictable but still enjoyable. The narrator was fantastic- I will look for more of his work