Rated 4.50/5 based on 3 reviews
In the depths of space,

Beneath the frozen surface of a moon,

Lies an ocean.

Beneath the ocean,

Lies hell.

Kathy Connelly and her crew head to Jupiter’s sixth moon, Europa, in search of life. What they find changes the way they view the universe, but no one on Earth will ever know what they found. They search for life. They find death. More

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About Jeremy Robinson

Jeremy Robinson is the author of: PULSE (Thomas Dunne Books), INSTINCT (coming in April 2010 from Thomas Dunne Books), KRONOS, ANTARKTOS RISING, RAISING THE PAST and THE DIDYMUS CONTINGENCY. His novels have been translated into eight languages and ANTARKTOS RISING is being made into a feature length animated film. For more visit Jeremy at:


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BENEATH is a new sci-fi horror story from bestselling author Jeremy Robinson. This special edition is being released as a FREE audiobook and cheap e-book (Kindle, Nook, etc). It arrives Feb 2010. See for more info.

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Review by: Ski Camel on May 03, 2010 :
In the notes, Jeremy Robinson explains that this was not released in paper form because the publisher didn't want a Science Fiction book, in that they typically sell less, consequently lowering the orders on the next book released. I'd expected either a shorter 'novella' or a book of lesser quality. I did not expect what I got, a full length Jeremy Robinson book that ranks up with anything else he's written. If you're a fan, you know that's high praise indeed.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Joe Turney on April 28, 2010 : (no rating)
Jeremy has done it again! I started it in Podiobooks and couldn't stand the waiting for the next episodes!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Zach Bachman on Feb. 24, 2010 :
This was a very fun soft sci-fi read. The characters were developed well and the action was exciting and very easy to read. The sci-fi aspects of the book are grounded enough where they don't seem all that too far fetched so this book doesn't just work for sci-fi readers it will actually be entertaining for readers of many different genres.
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