Pandemonium (2020)

Pandemonium Deep beneath the Ural Mountains in an underground city carved out by slave labor during the darkest hours of the Cold War ancient caverns hold exotic and dangerous life forms that have evolved in is
  • Title: Pandemonium
  • Author: Warren Fahy
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  • Page: 128
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Pandemonium
    Deep beneath the Ural Mountains, in an underground city carved out by slave labor during the darkest hours of the Cold War, ancient caverns hold exotic and dangerous life forms that have evolved in isolation for countless millennia Cut off from the surface world, an entire ecosystem of bizarre subterranean species has survived undetected until now.Biologists Nell and GeofDeep beneath the Ural Mountains, in an underground city carved out by slave labor during the darkest hours of the Cold War, ancient caverns hold exotic and dangerous life forms that have evolved in isolation for countless millennia Cut off from the surface world, an entire ecosystem of bizarre subterranean species has survived undetected until now.Biologists Nell and Geoffrey Binswanger barely survived their last encounter with terrifying, invasive creatures that threatened to engulf the planet They think the danger is over until a ruthless Russian tycoon lures them to his underground metropolis, where they find themselves confronted by a vicious menagerie of biological horrors from their past and by entirely new breeds of voracious predators Now they re rising up from the bowels of the Earth to consume the world as we know itA Today praised Warren Fahy s debut novel, Fragment, as a rollicking tale that will enthrall readers of Jurassic Park and The Ruins Now Fahy sets off an even thrilling stampede of action and suspense, bursting forth from the hellish depths ofPandemonium Warren Fahy s Pandemonium is pure genius, an otherworldly wonder as creative as the best of Jules Verne Here is riveting scientific speculation paired with bravado storytelling I want James Rollins, New York Times bestselling author of Bloodline What do you get when you cross Jurassic Park with an ancient underground city The answer is Pandemonium, an exciting read from thriller author Warren Fahy Steve Alten, New York Times bestselling author of Meg and The Loch Warren Fahy s new novel Pandemonium is probably the best high tech thriller I ve read since The Mote in God s Eye My heart was pounding literally from page one Can t wait for his next tale David Hagberg, New York Times bestselling author of Castro s Daughter An expertly crafted, heart stopping tale of darkness and danger that I will not soon forget Whitley Strieber, New York Times bestselling author of The Grays
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    1. Warren Fahy s new novel, PANDEMONIUM, isn t really a new novel at all Fahy released a self published Kindle version in February of 2011, after he and his publisher came to a parting of the ways I was one of the ones who got a chance to read the novel back in 2011, before Fahy pulled it from circulation in favor of a 2013 hard cover release through Tor books I enjoyed FRAGMENT, so I was expecting to like PANDEMONIUM after all, it s the sequel Fahy certainly has a real knack for creating new life [...]

    2. SPOILER FREE REVIEW The first book in the series, Fragment, presented a very unique and original storyline that dealt with an offshoot or fragment of evolution by explaining, through real science and speculation, what could happen if a land mass was isolated and allowed to evolve undisturbed for 500 million years In Pandemonium, Warren Fahy brings us another untouched world deep in the Ural Mountains.Pandemonium wastes no time jumping right back into the story from where the first book ended A m [...]

    3. Warren Fahy again invites us into his demonic world of Henders Island Only this time, the setting is a cavernous city deep beneath the Ural mountains.I am on the fence with this sequel It is mainly just a rehash of Fragment There are a few redeeming differences, thus the three star rating Mr Fahy has incorporated some new and enjoyable characters into this outing Most notably spoiled yet lovable young Sasha, American military hero, Abrams and Russian scientist Nastia These, along with several re [...]

    4. Pandemonium, the sequel to Fragment, by Warren Fahy, is a worthy sequel that has it s own story and is not just a re hash of the first novel Picking up after Fragment, it has almost all the characters from Fragment, and convincingly includes them in Pandemonium s story without being ridiculous It has a different setting and feeling than Fragment, but the same style of harrowing thrills and chills as it s predecessor If anything there s So, it s pretty cool The only thing I could gripe about is [...]

    5. A completely unworthy follow up to Fragment Transparent dialogue, completely unrealistic setting, and recycled, cliched plot.

    6. Nell and Geoffrey Binswanger barely survived Hender s Island However what they found on the island has made them celebrities All Nell and Geoffrey want is to get some rest and relaxation They are heading to Hawaii for their honeymoon Before they can make it, they get an offer they can not refuse Russian billionaire, Maxim Dragolovich offers them a chance to research some new subterranean species Nell and Geoffrey agree Nell and Geoffrey are about to learn what hell is like Pandemonium is full of [...]

    7. Another win for the Big Dumb Fun category Weirdly, this story seemed so very familiar, I thought it might be a forgotten airport bookstore discovery from long ago, but it was just published in 2013 It s possible that I might have read his first book, Fragment, and that says something about the quality of these books fun in the moment, not all that memorable over time It s definitely not necessary to have read Fragment first There was enough retelling of the events leading up to Pandemonium for t [...]

    8. I picked Pandemonium up on a whim from the grocery store you d think I would ve learned better by now , because the cover was lovely and the little snippet on the back sounded like a fun way to waste a few days I was expecting absolutely nothing from this book, and was blown away by how much fun it was I suppose I should hesitate to use the word fun as spoiler people are getting torn apart by giant bugs while sealed in a cold war era underground town, but that s not the point The writing is soli [...]

    9. Well written with a lot of exciting subplots, encounters with characters who may or may not be as trustworthy as they seem, dangerous creatures most animal but some human, and potential ecological apocalypse terrorism Amidst all this excitement, Geoffrey and Nell, the same ethical and curious characters from Fragment, explore the depths of Pandemonium As usual, the sels provide the beneficial long term perspective Hender is as interesting and philosophical as ever, what humans aspire to be and K [...]

    10. The long awaited sequel to 2009 s FRAGMENT was worth the wait I really enjoyed getting back into these characters and seeing the odd creatures that Warren Fahy has in these books The new creatures were great and i liked the illustrations in the back of the book and I enjoyed how he had the creatures from Hender s Island show up too Even with the big gap between books they pick up right after and it s not hard to pick up where you left off from FRAGMENT Overall a fun book and I really enjoyed rea [...]

    11. It may be time for Fahy to write a fresh new story I think Fragment has run it s course But pandemonium was entertaining, those who enjoyed fragment won t be disappointed.

    12. A fun read, I would have enjoyed it if I didn t LOVE Fragment The visual descriptions were fantastic though.

    13. Fragment, the predecessor to Pandemonium, is among my favorite books, because it was so unexpectedly original and offered a very dense habitat that would give Tolkien s Middle Earth and John Carpenter s Pandora a solid run for the money I picked up Pandemonium expecting much the same, and in many ways, I was rewarded The novel offers an even deeper dive into the strange habitats and life forms that made Fragment so great, and even offered some nice new environments and life forms that are cringe [...]

    14. Warren Fahy s Fragment duology are those weird kind of books where the perfectionist in me feel they aren t very good characters tend to be flat, the dialogue clunky and juvenile with lots of exclamation marks and people constantly going wow but when it all comes down to it I just don t give a shit about the imperfections which is very rare for me I love the world Fahy has created and the creatures that inhabit it, and I really love the Hendros following them trying to deal with the weirdness of [...]

    15. Another Crazy, Amazing Page turner By Mr FahyI first learned of Warren Fahy s previous novel, Fragment , on Reddit and it sounded like my kind of story, so I bought it without hesitation I read it in two days, learned there was a sequel, Pandemonium , and read that in two days as well What s this mean It means if you liked Jurassic Park , you ll LOVE this book and Fragment I won t give a description of the plot or story here because plenty of others have already done so but I ll say that if you [...]

    16. Fragment was one the best and dumbest Michael Crichton style thrillers I ve read The genre taken to an absurdly enjoyable extreme The sequel has zero editing, frequently departs from its established format in extremely jarring ways, and is generally not good Lots of good monster devouring though Also very high odds the author read the Black Book of Communism shortly before writing this, hoo boy.

    17. It s been a few months since the events depicted in Fragment and the survivors who escaped from Henders Island as well as the human race in general are struggling to adjust It hasn t been easy for anyone The Hendros are quarantined in Area 51 for their protection while the world argues as to their status What it now means to be human is just one of the many issues facing mankind on the wake of the discovery of this separated evolutionary tangent Henders Island no longer exists, but for Biologist [...]

    18. There was a canyon where I lived in Utah with a species of flowers that grew on both sides of the canyon, and over time the ones on the south vs the north sides diverged in their taxonomy This happened over a matter of decades, the main culprit being how much light they got PANDEMONIUM by Warren Fehy takes that concept to the depths of the Earth completely separated from the surface and its influence for millions of years, how would subterranean species evolve In terrifying ways, apparently.Biol [...]

    19. Full video review mysterythriller pandemonium I m justifying this as a thriller because of the fast pace, violence and suspense but it s also definitely speculative fiction Basically, the back story is that Henders Island was discovered on planet Earth but somewhere remote and protected It had a unique ecosystem that was basically destructive to everything and the way the creatures lived was just so different to humans This island was destroyed when humans found it, but some of the hendros, the [...]

    20. This book initially appealed to me because its synopsis sounded reminiscent of one of my favorite thrillers Jeff Long s The Descent As I waited for it to arrive, I decided to pluck Fahy s debut novel off my shelves and read it And wow am I ever glad that I decided to do that Though not publicized as such, this novel is a direct sequel to Fragment, Fahy s 2009 release Though the novel does summarize events from the previous book, for full enjoyment of both, I would recommend reading this pair in [...]

    21. After barely escaping the dangers of Henders Island in Fahy s debut novel Fragment, newly married scientists Geoffrey and Nell Binswanger are just about to embark on an idyllic honeymoon in Hawaii It isn t hard to convince them to postpone it, though, when a Russian billionaire, Maxim Dragolovich, offers them each a fat paycheck to come and work in his underground city, identifying previously unseen species Ever curious, the scientists are whisked off to Pobedograd, a city originally built by St [...]

    22. Is it fair to compare books by the same author I mean I like Warren Fahy so far and think he has a good voice in his books so far The thing is that this one could have been a bit better Again I liked it Neat concept The thing is that it could have had a stronger editor I suspect I mean, I am not talking about grammar or spelling or something here There were a few plot holes that were big enough to be distracting but might be able to be ignored I suppose I didn t feel like you couldn t change a f [...]

    23. A super intense science fiction horror action thriller I didn t think I could enjoy any Warren Fahy book than Fragment but I enjoyed Pandemonium even I didn t know how much of Fragment would carry over to this book but Fahy brings all the best stuff We get Nell and Geoffry Binswanger, the biologists who survived Henders Island, the intelligent Hendros who were taken off the island before it was nuked and we have the incredibly lethal species of Henders Island that somehow have survived to mena [...]

    24. The first thing that hit me was the opening cover blurb Like JURASSIC PARK but scarier I expected great things as a result especially since I so enjoyed Fahy s first nove, FRAGMENT.Though intimately detailed and highly imaginative, PANDEMONIUM is no FRAGMENT and not nearly worthy of Michael Crichton After spending his previous novel on Hender s Island the land that time forgot this time around Fahy takes right into the earth s core itself Buried beneath the Ural Mountains a Russian billionaire i [...]

    25. Let s see 1 Cool setting Check A secret Soviet era underground city that abuts on a gigantic cavern filled with creatures that have evolved in isolation for millions of years.2 Cool critters Check Some are returning favorites from Fragment, the previous book others are natives of the aforementioned cavern No details finding out is always half of the fun.3 Cool villains Check Russian gangsters and various other factions of unsavory humans to serve as monster chow.4 Fast pace Check and a half Stuf [...]

    26. Okay, I love fantastic creatures and killer ecologies Jurassic Park is still one of my all time favorites Fahy s Fragment is also one of my favorite killer ecology books Pandemonium is really a follow up to Fragment This time, Fahy swaps a hostile island with a lethal underground world and adds a crusty Russian villain who doesn t do much.A few years back, my reading diet consisted of Lincoln Child, Douglas Preston, and James Rollins Relic and Subterranean are two of my faves I was itching to re [...]

    27. I was a big fan of Fahy s first work, Fragment The pace was brisk, the action scenes were really well done with ample tension, suspense and over the top imagery I appreciated his nod to science and some of the radical theories of biology and similar hard science topics Pandemonium delivers even of the same I was also impressed to notice a number of allusions to the prior work with strict attention to continuity and detailOS Rapid fire action scenes with plenty of tension Very brisk pace Intere [...]

    28. I really enjoyed Fahy s earlier work, Fragment, a adrenaline soaked romp full of science, blood, and gore, so I was looking forward to this one And to some extent, it met expectations Thrill ride Check Imaginative science fiction Check Cardboard characters Check Blood and gore Check But wait most of the thrills in this novel are simply recycled from Fragment SPOILER ALERT with a dash of James Bond supervillain thrown in for good measure.Fahy creates a whole new biological wonderland for this nov [...]

    29. 2.5 stars Not as scary as the previous book Although there were new creatures in this book in addition to the ones we were familiar with from the previous book, the new creatures, although dangerous did not give me the same feeling of horror as the older creatures The book takes place in an underground city but the city isn t explored as well as it could have been Most of the action takes place in tunnels or in the large mansion The characters themselves weren t as fleshed out as they could have [...]

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