The Devil's Deep
MichaelWallace
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Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM By MichaelWallace

Chad Lett is a mute witness to an attempted murder He suffers from total paralysis, locked within a prison of his own mind After years of silence, he establishes contact with a young nurse s aid through a single blinking eye, but then she is abducted and a staff member begins to administer dropperfuls of cleaning solution into his communicating eye.A heart pounding thrilChad Lett is a mute witness to an attempted murder He suffers from total paralysis, locked within a prison of his own mind After years of silence, he establishes contact with a young nurse s aid through a single blinking eye, but then she is abducted and a staff member begins to administer dropperfuls of cleaning solution into his communicating eye.A heart pounding thriller that will stay with the reader long after the last page is turned, the Devil s Deep is a top rated suspense that travels from the hell of a long term care facility to the rain forest of Costa Rica And a crime committed under tropical waters, the dive known as El Bajo del Diablo the Devil s Deep.
  • Title: The Devil's Deep
  • Author: MichaelWallace
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 117
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Candy Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
Murder, mystery, romance, intrigue, a witness, an exotic locale and family dysfunction.This is a pretty well used formula to write a good thriller/suspense (and sometimes a not-so-good one!). The author sent me a copy of this book early this year and I set it aside because I wasn’t in the mood for a formula book. I picked it up earlier this month when I was in a reading slump and needed to read something to break me out of it.It worked! Yes, it’s a formula, but ya know, that’s okay. This o [...]
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Kaitlin R. Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
Bravo. I wasn't terribly engrossed in the first chapter, but kept on. And then all the sudden I couldn't stop reading. The mystery was great, and I personally didn't figure out what was going on for a long time. It was very convluted, but I think that everything made sense, everyone's motivations were pretty clear cut and we knew, in the end, who did what and why.The characters were pretty well done. None were stupidly shallow, none way too deep for the genre. I wasn't so engrossed by the romanc [...]
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Emma (M) Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
The Devil's Deep started quite slow for me and I really wasn't getting into it, but at about the halfway mark things started to heat up and I finished it in one session. The really interesting part and what set it apart from others of its type was the storyline surrounding the character of Chad Letts. Caught in a world where he is 'locked in' he is keep it at a facility where he is diagnosed in a vegetative and non-responsive state, unable to communicate to anyone that he is actually alive and m [...]
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Simon Jenner Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
This is a unique and fascinating thriller with unusual characters and settings surrounding an unusual case. Chad Lett is totally paralyzed and locked within a prison of his own mind. His plight, as a mute witness to an attempted murder, told from his point of view is both fascinating and terrifying. You just have to keep reading to find out whether or not he gets the justice he so dearly deserves. Wes and Becca are the two key characters that carry the story along and unravel the mystery. They a [...]
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Heather Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
I cannot get on board with this book. I finished it, but I am more disturbed by it than entertained. 1. the use of the word retard was beyond jolting. Yes, I know the patients are clinically referred to as mentally retarded, but the author's use of the word retarded has other connotations. 2. really? employees have sex in rooms with patients? really? a family member would have sex with someone with his uncle in the same room?3. there were many questionable facts and statements that led me to sto [...]
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Stefanie Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
The Devil's Deep starts out as some kind of medical mystery, becomes a navel-gazing study of a pretentious law school student, and ends as a multi-generational thriller as a cast of infantile adults try to destroy each other's lives while the pretentious law school student steps in to save the day and maybe get laid along the way. I started to get interested about halfway through when the law school student and his boss/love interest go to Costa Rica, but then the entire plot line is revealed sh [...]
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Butch Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
Enjoyed this book immensely. Had I borrowed the book from the kindle lending library I would have bought it (like I have done with other books).In the beginning, the story "seemed" strange because I didn't see what being in Vermont had to do with the title and cover nor how the character (Chad Lett), initially introduced in the story, could have any bearing on deep ocean scuba diving. Once into it, all the pieces started fitting together. The plot had a lot of twists in it and really kept me gue [...]
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Claudia Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
So you buy a kindle and the first thing you do is browse through the free ebooks because, hey, a book is that much better when it's free, right? That's how I stumbled upon Michael Wallace's The Devil's Deep.Allow me to say that this book is one of the best that I have ever read. The plot is extremely new, unique, fresh, different. Wallace pulls you in and never lets you go, throughout the entire story. I am extremely impressed by this not-so-well-known author and grateful for discovering his exq [...]
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Suzanne Lilly Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
I read this book aloud with my husband on a car trip. Michael Wallace is a talented writer. He kept us guessing, and we often stopped to discuss where a plot turn might be taking us. Although we were able to guess most of the plot turns from his excellent foreshadowing, it was still a page turner, and we finished it as quickly as I could read aloud. I definitely recommend this if you're looking for a thriller with family drama.
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Jean Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
Chad Lett is a mute witness to an attempted murder. He suffers from total paralysis, locked within a prison of his own mind. After years of silence, he establishes contact with a young nurse's aid through a single blinking eye, but then she is abducted. Chad's nephew, Wes, begins the search into what really happened to his uncle. A heart-pounding thriller that will keep you in suspense throughout the entire story.
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Alisa Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
This book was just what I would expect from Michael Wallace. Completely unpredictable, well written, and most importantly a book that grabs you, pulls you in and doesn't let go. If you're expecting a story a long the lines of "The Righteous Series", then maybe this isn't the book for you. In it Mr. Wallace branches out and away fron his normal pattern into a whole new world. Mystery, mayhem, sex, murders all in modern society. It's most definitely worth the read. Enjoy!
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Scott Collins Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
First time I've read this author and I'm impressed. Great story, though I had most of the characters figured out pretty early on. Still, some great twists I didn't see coming, liked the character development and very descriptive. I'm looking forward to reading more by Mr. Wallace.
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Nancy Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
There were a few places where I got lost, but I kept going because I really wanted to know what happened to Chad, and then everything started falling into place and I was so engrossed I kept reading while I was waiting for my mammogram (TMI, I know). See other comments in my updates.
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sharon marshall Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
DifferentDifferentthis was a very different type of bookry good once you got into it and then it got you involved
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*Avonna Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
A thriller that kept me reading!
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DolphinBlue Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
Well-written and interesting, but lacked that page-turning factor. I cared about the characters, but only somewhat. Sometimes the story jumped ahead when I felt that filling in the gap would have added some meaning. Sometimes it was hard to keep up with the characters. The story had a reasonable amount of suspense and drama, but those moments felt a bit understated. A good story that could have been told slightly better.
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patndoris Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
Fanrastic This turned out to be so much better than I anticipated. I truly enjoyed this book. Suspense and intrigue abound.
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Elizabeth Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
Interesting mystery about a man in "locked-in" syndrome.
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Dale Van Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
A unique view on murder and family.Wes Pilson wants to find out why his mentally challenged brother has random bruises almost every time he visits Eric at his facility. He discovers a whole lot of killing and cover-up and they are now targeting Wes and Becca Very hard story to put down.
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Ruth Madison (Dev Love Press) Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
This book is fantastic.It is gripping and compelling all the way through, never losing urgency and tension. The mystery is revealed so carefully, never too much revealed at a time. I felt invested in the story right from the first page.Despite it being a thriller, the characters are well drawn, interesting, varied, and believable. The dialog is realistic.I'm sensitive to the pacing of stories and how much is told v.s. shown. I thought this book kept the balance of both those things perfectly. It [...]
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Cecilia Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
This first in a series was a recommendation to me from by Bookbub website. It started out with an interesting premise and developed well into the first 1/3 of the book. Spoiler alert though - I was quickly able to figure out basically who was who and how it would develop. There were a couple of surprises and disappointments too. The main characters have potential to be complex and multi-layered but the author seems to forget where he was going with their progression and motives. One of the four [...]
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Will Decker Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
The bottom line to the story held so much promise; a man is ambushed by his own brother, beautiful women go missing, a recalcitrant detective, an unassuming hero, and a doctor doing unspeakable things to a patient trapped by paralyses. Oh, and let's not forget the beautiful woman that assists our unassuming hero. So much potential and yet, it falls short. The characters never quite develop, remaining flat and going through the motions; kinda like poor acting. Right near the end I think the autho [...]
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Christine Blachford Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
I've got mixed feelings about this one. On the good side, it was a unique idea, a new story and a new set of twisting plotlines, and it was well written to keep the pages turning without getting frustrated along the way. On the other hand, it was an uncomfortable read, abuse of illegal immigrants and patients under the care of a mental institution, leaving you feeling helpless and angry.In some instances, it was quite predictable - if you're searching for the truth of a murderous plot, best not [...]
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Beth Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
Started this book because it was free for my Kindle. I was just looking for something entertaining while I was waiting for some other books on hold. It took a while to get into the story as the beginning was disorganized with little character development. But then it took off, finally, and I was engaged in the story. It was decent enough, but it seemed to wrap up and jump time without explanation. Almost as if the author was just done writing, and couldn't fill in those missing details. I was oc [...]
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Barbara Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
This was my first time reading anything by this author. It was suspensful and kept you wondering where this plot was headed. One of the main characters is completely paralyzed and believed to be in a vegetative state. As he tries to make contact with the world many obstacles are thrown into his path. It is written so well that I actually felt his anxiety and felt his despair when he experienced setbacks. The ending came a little fast for me and seemed to be pretty anti-climatic. However, I thoug [...]
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M.A. Comley Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
After reading Michael Wallace's The Righteous I couldn't wait to delve into another of his books.This is a terrific mystery that takes place in an unusual setting, a care home for the mentally disabled.Wes and Becca are the kind of characters that jump off the page at you.As are the villains in the book.A great read with twist and turns that'll keep any true mystery reader turning the pages wanting more.Mel
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Marsha Hudgens Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
Pace and plot were good. Personally I think changes of point of view add dimension to any work, and they certainly did in this one. The only things I didn't like were descriptive degrading sex and over the top violence I know these things happen, I just don't want the details in my head. If not for them, I would have given it a four or five. In my opinion, Wallace could rely solely on his great writing ability and avoid cheap appeals to base appetites altogether, and have a better book.
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Janet Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
I am big fan of this authors Righteous series (Love it!)I bought this one awhile back as it is so cheap for kindle. I really liked it and the story kept me turning the page. It is everyones worst nightmare (being trapped in your own body and can't communicate) and a unique twist for suspense thriller book. But it seems Michael has a gift to write a good story with all his books.With out a doubt one of my favorite Indie authors.
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Marti Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
There are two settings for this story. One is a care hospital for people who cannot live or even exist on their own. The other is Costa Rica where a family owns a vacation retreat where its members can dive and do other water sports. This is where one family member met with an accident--or did he? There is one man imprisoned by his body in the care facility, and his tale will be told. A nurse from there, and a young law student struggle to find the solution to the puzzle.
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Jillian Higham Sep 21, 2019 - 00:32 AM
Strange combination of a nursing home and deep sea divingRaises the question of the assumptions we make about physically disabled people. A pretty horrific thought being trapped inside your own body and not able to communicate. Wes and Becca are likeable and the storyline ratcheted along nicely.
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The Devil's Deep By MichaelWallace Chad Lett is a mute witness to an attempted murder He suffers from total paralysis, locked within a prison of his own mind After years of silence, he establishes contact with a young nurse s aid through a single blinking eye, but then she is abducted and a staff member begins to administer dropperfuls of cleaning solution into his communicating eye.A heart pounding thrilChad Lett is a mute witness to an attempted murder He suffers from total paralysis, locked within a prison of his own mind After years of silence, he establishes contact with a young nurse s aid through a single blinking eye, but then she is abducted and a staff member begins to administer dropperfuls of cleaning solution into his communicating eye.A heart pounding thriller that will stay with the reader long after the last page is turned, the Devil s Deep is a top rated suspense that travels from the hell of a long term care facility to the rain forest of Costa Rica And a crime committed under tropical waters, the dive known as El Bajo del Diablo the Devil s Deep.

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