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  • ISBN 0974290904
  • ISBN13 978-0974290904
  • Language English
  • Author David Marsh
  • Publisher Sea Chest Books (October 2004)
  • Pages 403
  • Formats lit mobi doc lrf
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Action and Adventure
  • Size ePub 1610 kb
  • Size Fb2 1838 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 617

When a being from an undersea civilization telepathically reaches into the mind of fourteen-year-old Ashlyn Miller, pleading for help, the boy finds himself embarking on a deep-sea journey that could change the world as we know it. A first novel.

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When a being from an undersea civilization telepathically reaches into the mind of fourteen-year-old Ashlyn Miller, pleading for help, the boy finds himself embarking on a deep-sea journey that could change the world as we know it. A first novel.

Categories: Adventure Books. By (author) David Marsh. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). When a being from an undersea civilization telepathically reaches into the mind of fourteen-year-old Ashlyn Miller, pleading for help, the boy finds himself embarking on a deep-sea journey that could change the world as we know it.

Staring into the abyss. EMU truly is, writes David Marsh, author of a history of the euro, Europe's Melancholy Union

Staring into the abyss. The euro crisis might wake Europe up. But more likely, argues Edward Carr, it will lead to compromise and decline. EMU truly is, writes David Marsh, author of a history of the euro, Europe's Melancholy Union. The 2008 crisis shows that the dominant economies were not as dominant as they thought, says Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the French former head of the IMF. If Europe fails, it will suffer from low growth, economic domination and cultural domination. Can Europe turn back from the abyss? Only if the core countries will support the rest as they submit themselves to radical political, social and economic reform.

ISBN 10: 0974290904 ISBN 13: 9780974290904. Publisher: Sea Chest Books, 2004.

Into the Abyss: How a Deadly Plane Crash Changed the Lives of a Pilot, a Politician, a Criminal and a Cop is a non-fiction book, written by the Canadian writer Carol Shaben, first published in September 2012 by Random House. The book's narrative chronicles the doomed flight of a Piper Navajo commuter plane, and the plight of four survivors as they endured the remote wilderness of northern Alberta where the plane had crashed. Into the Abyss received the 2013 "Edna Staebler Award for Creative Non-Fiction".

David Manuel is the author or coauthor of several books, including Like a Mighty .

David Manuel is the author or coauthor of several books, including Like a Mighty River and The Jesus Factor. He is a graduate of Yale University and lives in Massachusetts. Everyone who is a citizen of the USA, or who is interested in the founding of our country needs to read this book.

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Zainian
We bought this as a gift following reading it.
Vojar
Ashlyn and Autumn Miller live in their grandmother's house on the coast of Oregon because both of their parents have died. One day the two siblings are exploring Deadman's Bluff down at the beach, when they are caught in a storm and almost drowned in a whirlpool. Miraculously, something in the water saves their lives. Soon, Ashlyn becomes aware of strange sounds inside his head. At first he thinks nothing of it, but before long the sounds turn into messages. He follows the messages and finds he has been chosen. He and Autumn venture into the bottom of the ocean and discover secrets beyond anyone's wildest dreams.

Set in present day, all the characters could be people in today's world, except for Ashlyn. Ashlyn has a telepathic ability that allows him to communicate with fictional creatures. The adventures that Ashlyn and Autumn have are thrilling, with twists in each chapter. The wide variety of people that help Ashlyn and the others who try to steal his discovery away from him add a different dimension to the story. At the end, however, some of events that occurred were a little too far-fetched. As a whole, I loved the adventures and action that was packed into the book.

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reviewer:millerinfinitydaughter

"Into the Abyass" is about a 14 year old boy named Ashlyn, and his sister Autmn. They get lost far from shore and they have both lost their parrents. As they are getting sucked down a whirlpool about to die, Ashlyn sees a white light. Does this mean he is going to die? If so what will happen to his sister? They here a voice asking if they are human, what does this mean ? Is the creature asking not human? Is Ashlyn human if he can communicate telepathicly? What is happening? This is a book I couldn't put down. If i could I would give it more than 5 stars
Mr Freeman
"Into the Abyss" opens with a recently orphaned 14-year-old boy, Ashlyn, and his younger sister, Autumn, (they lost both parents in two separate tragic incidents) a mile from the seashore in a stormy sea, spiraling down in a whirlpool, about to die. But suddenly Ashlyn sees a bright white light, and in the blink of an eye he and his sister find themselves back on the beach, shaken, confused, but very much alive. Rescued by something remarkable, the boy believes even though his sister is certain a lucky wave saved them. A few days later Ashlyn hears whispers in his mind beckoning him to return to the ocean, so persistent Ashlyn fears for his sanity. At his lowest ebb, he flees back to the beach, but instead of achieving a moment of reflective solitude, he finds that "something remarkable," staring at him, and it is not a figment of his imagination. It is a glowing light underneath the water with a voice asking, "Are you human. Are you aware?"

Later, that glowing light will prove to be bioluminescence from a mythical creature recognized by much of the world as a mermaid. But wait, this is not your typical fairytale mermaid. Imagine a large, intelligent animal built for oppressions of the deep sea, with a thick bioluminescent epidermis, gills, dorsal, and only a hint of our human appearance. To boot, she moves like lightning and communicates telepathically. As the story goes, no one in the history of the human race has ever been able to communicate with her. Until now! She wishes to show Ashlyn something about her world. Therein lies a rather large problem: being human he cannot breathe underwater nor can he survive the crushing atmospheric pressure of the deep sea. Thus begins the real adventure, finding the way.

As the book progresses, this small seaside tale of a lonely boy and undersea being he's discovered takes on multiple dimensions. Hunters who know of the being's existence are going to great lengths to track it down for commercial reasons. A religious nut with a nasty agenda plans on making sure that rumors of the discovery of a new sea species, one that also prays to God, don't go any further, and a mysterious man who knows more than he admits (about Ashlyn, his sister, and the being) might be the link to Ashlyn's past and future. But the real magnificence of this novel unravels in the third act, after an incredible submersible voyage beneath the physical seabed, when the boy discovers whole families of deep-sea beings dying from man-made pollutions seeping into their subterranean caverns.

A hundred years ago or so the grandmaster of seafaring tales Jules Verne wrote "Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea," which was also called "Into the Abyss." This modern day "Into the Abyss' is no less of a master's tale, a pace-churner with tons of thrills, chases, good guys and bad guys. At times, it will bring tears to your eyes. At times, it will make you think about what we are doing to our planet in ways you might not be conscious of, and its conclusion is one very uplifting story. This is different from the pack, and refreshingly so. For readers of all ages, adults like me too, I highly recommend. 5 stars!
Hawk Flying
reviewer: millerinfinitydaughter. If you like mysteries, adventures, and things you could only dream about, than this is a book for you. "Into the Abyss" is about a 14 year old boy and his sister who go on many adventures. With this book you never know what is going to come next. This book keeps you on your toes. I personally don't like reading books, or anything for that matter, but this is an ecception. I couldn't put it down. So go to the stores and go quick, while supplies last.
Precious
If you like mystries, adventures, and things you only dream about, This is a book for you. It is about preeteens and teenageers. Things I can relate to. This book keeps you on your toes. You never know what is going to be expected in INTO THE ABYSS. I usaully don't like books, but this book was an ecception. I couldn't put it down. So go to the stores quick while supplies last.