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The Heavenfield Book 2 ❴PDF / Epub❵ ☆ The Heavenfield Book 2 Author I.G. Hulme – Thomashillier.co.uk The first book of the Heavenfield seriesA dark science fiction thriller set within a British experimental research facility the Heavenfield features clandestine Government agencies supernatural forces The first book of the Heavenfield seriesA dark science fiction thriller set within a British experimental research facility the Heavenfield features clandestine Government agencies supernatural The Heavenfield ePUB ½ forces and alternate realitiesWhen Dr Grace Palmer and her team of research scientists discover a way into a mysterious world they name the 'Heavenfield' they trigger a devastating chain of events Bizarre unexplained murders and attacks on the project leave scientists trapped in the Heavenfield with no way to return As their air supplies run low and their euipment begins to fail their nightmares begin to play out before them.


10 thoughts on “The Heavenfield Book 2

  1. Cary Cary says:

    I just finished the podcast of this whole series In a nutshell I thought it started off very strong but stumbled a bit in the 2nd half where stupid out of character andor otherwise unlikely actions by the characters were often used to drive the plotRather than paste my longer review in all four part books I'll just link to it here


  2. Renee Renee says:

    This book is great it grabs you right from the beginning but I freuently found myself wondering what the hell is going on? What are the physical parameters of this book? Who are Alex and Dragor? What is standing point technology? I listened to this book on Podiobooks at work so maybe I wasn't paying enough attention during the key moments of exposition but I will definitely listen to it again and continue on to the next book in hopes that these uestions are answered later in the series


  3. Nikko Lee Nikko Lee says:

    Why I read this bookLast week Evo of Podiobookcom put out a call for patrons Podiobookscom stores and distributes free that's right FREE audiobooks with the encouraged option to donate to the authors I first discovered this website when I was desperate for the next episode of Nathan Lowell's Owner's Share when it stopped appearing on iTunes I was one of the hordes of people who led to a server crash at podiobooks that necessitated an upgrade in hardware Although I don't go to this website much it is something I am supporting because of the wonderful selection of podiobooks and the ability to donate to the authors without having to track down their websites The HeavenField by I G Hulme was listed as receiving the Founder's Choice award in 2009 The description and art caught my interest I listened to the first 5 minutes of the first chapter and I was hookedMy one sentence summaryScientists produce a gateway to an unknown and horrifying landscape while mysterious forces try to shut down the experimentKudosI've got to give the author credit for his artwork words images and podcasting Visit his website to see some of his great artwork It's all topnotch eerie and completely engrossing The podiobook starts off like a radio drama I loved this effect It can be confusing to follow but I felt that confusion added to the atmosphere of the story There aren't a lot of answers here However the gateway world and the intrigue back in our world is riveting Hulme's characters are engaging With very few details about who they are I found myself caring for what happened to them The HeavenField scape is very creepy It has a dream like uality that uickly turns into a nightmare for those trapped there when sabotage takes the gate device offline I was really interested in the men trying to take the gate device offlineuibblesThis isn't a book It's a really engaging first part of a book that does contain a rudimentary story arc However it feels like an introduction than a complete book This the first instalment in a series Given the length of the first one I'm hoping that the next books make a complete story Holy adverbs Batman I thought authors were being pedantic when they preached about the evils of adverbs However in HeavenField they stick out like sore thumbs Perhaps because I listened to this book rather than reading it but the dialog tags felt intrusive Hulme is an excellent narrator and I found the dialog tags unnecessary and distractingFinal verdictI want This is the kind of creepy scifihorror that I love The HeavenField world is unnerving Hulme's style is descriptive and fast pace


  4. A. Hunt A. Hunt says:

    The Heavenfield by I G Hume is a science fiction book ebook podiocast and audio drama series The bookseries has been granted various awards the FX are awesome and the cast is brilliant First the illustrations are envy inducing They're dark eye catching and tell so much of the story you have to be curious The scenes I borrowed for the slideshow are nothing compared to what your mind conjures up with the elaborate descriptions and audio Sometimes a scene is playing out and you can hear the sounds of the wind a haunting howl or voices luring youyour character into their certain demise It is all so fascinating I went ahead and purchased the physical book I had to have my own copy to enjoy and spice up my book collection I do believe you will enjoy the series if you're in to SciFi I'm about to dive into the second book next So what's the story about you ask? Grace Palmer a scientist and her team have found another world A world either in another dimension or in between dimensions While in the field a crew member dies and the others end up stranded with no way to return And they have no idea the land they crossed in to is a war ground between planetary residents and nightmarish creatures For the rest of this review Audiodramabook is from my personal library


  5. Carl Timms Carl Timms says:

    Really entertaining and fast paced sci fi action thriller that covers a lot of bases in a packed narrative international espionage terrorism war violence good v evil angels and demons and cool technology The characters are likeable and interesting especially heavy drinking heavy smoking project leader Grace; Sanders and Gutteridge the muscle on opposing sides; Thomas the genius who no one acknowledges; Alexi the killer with a conscience All play key roles in events that escalate from international attempts to control a new plane of existence to a war with the denizens of evil itselfThe podcast version is really well read by the author who though presumably not a pro voice actor manages to convey distinct personalities on all even the female characters His accents get a bit dodgy at times but that's easy to forgive I'm certainly going to seem out the seuels as this is a world I'd happily return to again


  6. Chris Hvidsten Chris Hvidsten says:

    The opening seuence of this podiobook no matter how many times I've heard it still sends chills down my spine The Heavenfield Season 1 takes you on a terrifying journey into a world that exists in parallel with our ownreachable via a concept known as Standing Point technology Originally thought to be an Eden of sorts the veil of serenity that is the Heavenfield is torn away before the eyes of a handful of explorers What follows is their terrifying journey to reach safety through an unknown land filled with denizens that twist and toy with their mindsThe ending of this first season lets you take a breath of relief but it also leaves you hungry for


  7. Sherry Ramsey Sherry Ramsey says:

    It almost feels like a cheat to count this as a full book it seems like Part One of a multi part series At any rate it was a very enthralling listen production values are excellent on this audiobook and I really enjoyed it There are still a lot of mysteries to be explained but I feel confident that the author will explain everything in due time Not recommended if you NEED to understand everything that's happening from the beginning but if you're willing to go along for the ride it's an interesting one


  8. Jeff Jeff says:

    Though I still uestion why the story of the Heavenfield is presented as three soon to be four separate books it is an engaging tale The author has a decent way of leading the reader down his chosen path without revealing too much of the story in advance There are still areas that have not yet been explained and I am intrigued enough to continue on with the the books and that is a major characteristic of a good tale


  9. Cary Cary says:

    I just finished the podcast of this whole series In a nutshell I thought it started off very strong but stumbled a bit in the 2nd half were stupid out of character andor otherwise unlikely actions by the characters were often used to drive the plotRather than paste my longer review in all four part books I'll just link to it here


  10. Cary Cary says:

    I just finished the podcast of this whole series In a nutshell I thought it started off very strong but stumbled a bit in the 2nd half were stupid out of character andor otherwise unlikely actions by the characters were often used to drive the plotRather than paste my longer review in all four part books I'll just link to it here


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