Emergency Deep PDF/EPUB Ú Paperback

Emergency Deep PDF/EPUB Ú Paperback

  • Paperback
  • 464 pages
  • Emergency Deep
  • Michael DiMercurio
  • English
  • 25 August 2016
  • 9780451411662

10 thoughts on “Emergency Deep

  1. Greg Greg says:

    Shockingly good I wasn't expecting too much out of this book since I bought it for 25cents and had never heard of the author It exceeded my every expectation It was incredibly suspenseful had likable and detestable characters and perfectly balanced detail and fast paced action The ending 'Epilogue' chapter was kind of cheesy but I think it was written that way for a seuel Also I never figured out why the name of the book was 'Emergency Deep' One of the intro pages dedicates a section to describing what an emergency deep submarine maneuver isbut as far as I remember it is never actually performed in the book or even talked about by any of the charactersso that was kind of weird There could certainly be a dozen better titles for this bookI know a few people have commented here and elsewhere that there was too much submarine terminology used and that was a turn off but I really liked it DiMercurio almost always explained the terminology and technology that he was using so it was a learning experience as well

  2. Howard Fergus Howard Fergus says:

    such detail I felt like I was in the control center Some of the technical passages get a bit dry but they do make the story fuller and believeable

  3. Brenda Wingfield Brenda Wingfield says:

    3 star because of the uncalled for sex I really in joy DeMercurio's books I've read them all This one is well written and exciting but he just simply did not need to include the two sexual encounters that he had in the book He certainly didn't need to have one of the characters Undercover have a sexual relationship that could have damaged his longtime marriage Mime ironically writes very good books without the need for crap like this This would have been a five star book as I've rated all of the rest of his books if he hadn't have gone in this direction Just not needed and not what a good author would do

  4. Vijay Karthik Kalyanasundaram Vijay Karthik Kalyanasundaram says:

    It was a story filled with lots of twists and turns with some grippy endings in every chapter Also it felt like watching a movie over the edge of the seats A really good book to read about nukes and submarines

  5. Steven Steven says:

    Commander VornadoThis sea story was really good It had it all intrigue a love affair human rivalry deep friendship and exciting action I hope the author continues with Peter Vornado crew and friends story line

  6. Kenneth Hubbard Kenneth Hubbard says:

    Emergency DeepA riveting read which was difficult to put down Insightful and compelling Very realistic and informative I felt a part of the story

  7. Angus Whittaker Angus Whittaker says:

    Just like another reviewer I picked this book up at a sale with low expectations I had never heard of the author and it looked like another cheap pulp fiction thriller but I got it anyway because it was only a few cents I was wrong Michael DiMercurio proved to be a very competent and enjoyable writer about on the level of Eric Van Lustbader maybe even a little higher or another fast paced movie style thriller writer This book isn't going to win any awards but it was not low end either The characters were particularly impressive and most of them actually had real characters something that is pretty rare to see in such books I am generally not much of a submarine person I prefer land based action not the Navy so much but despite this I really enjoyed the book The book did get bogged down in places with detailed descriptions of sonar nuclear reactors torpedoes etc which went completely over my head but if you manage to struggle through these they only last for about a page at a time the rest of the book is fast paced and gripping The balance of military action regular day to day life and romance was really good there was not too much of any one thing One of the main characters Peter Vornado had a serious brain tumor at one point in the book and this sub plot was intensely realistic and sad In the author's note DiMercurio mentions that he had a friend who had the same malady and went through the same thing and this really shows through in the reality and intensity that he puts into the pages I felt really attached to both Vornado and Dillinger the two main characters which is not something that I always find in such thrillers often writers will substitute extra action and sex in the place of good characters but this was not the case here I was really impressed with DiMercurio's writing and will definitely read some of his other novels I am just surprised that he's not a bigger name out there in the world of thrillers

  8. Stefan Vucak Stefan Vucak says:

    With 'Emergency Deep' Michael DiMercurio has produced an extremely enjoyable book returning to the style of writing that has won him acclaim What sets this book apart is not only the technical knowledge and submarine procedures but powerful characterization and plotting It was a pleasure to read this book and I cannot wait to start his book 'Vertical Dive'

  9. Eddie Eddie says:

    A decent Clancy esue actionadventure A compelling read in the military genre My only downside is that there are a couple pretty racy sex scenes that I had to skim over There are is some swearing but actually I though it was pretty well tempered for a book in this genre Without the sex I would have given it another 12 star

  10. Paul F Porter Paul F Porter says:

    If you want to know about Annapolis Navel Academy and US nuclear submarines this book fills in about 90% of your uestions I’ve been anamoured with submarines since I was 5 years old and watched the TV sieres “Silent Sevice” in 1955 and the book “Submarine” by Cmndr Edward L Beach You will enjoy all of Michael DiMercurio’s books Enjoy

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Emergency Deep[EPUB] ✹ Emergency Deep Author Michael DiMercurio – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk US Navy submarine commander Peter Vornado is at the top of his game in underwater warfare when a devastating illness takes him out of the service—and almost to the grave Without duty honor or someth US Navy submarine commander Peter Vornado is at the top of his game in underwater warfare when a devastating illness takes him out of the service—and almost to the grave Without duty honor or something to fight for his life is as good as over But the CIA needs a man like Vornado A terrorist cabal has acuired a scrapped Soviet sub from the Cold War—a technologically advanced failure still able to outrun any torpedo or enemy vessel and strike at will With a nuclear payload it will enable the terrorists to fire directly on Israel—and throw the world into chaos All that remains is to modernize the sub with the latest technology Only one man can infiltrate the group take the helm and stop a holocaust—a man who has already stared down death and is ready to do battle once.

About the Author: Michael DiMercurio

Michael DiMercurio is an honors graduate of the Naval Academy at Annapolis and has served as a paratrooper Navy diver and as a lieutenant and Chief Propulsion Officer aboard the USS Hammerhead.