Caverns

Caverns Caverns is the first book in a currently four book series by Mr O Donnell As the title implies the focus is on a character named McGill Feighan In this first book the origin of McGill and the start

  • Title: Caverns
  • Author: Kevin O'Donnell Jr.
  • ISBN: 9780425074695
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Paperback
  • Caverns is the first book in a currently four book series by Mr O Donnell As the title implies, the focus is on a character named McGill Feighan In this first book, the origin of McGill and the start of his adventerous life is revealed Caverns is at first a light hearted read, but you soon find yourself drawn into the life of the hero, his triumphs and despair M Caverns is the first book in a currently four book series by Mr O Donnell As the title implies, the focus is on a character named McGill Feighan In this first book, the origin of McGill and the start of his adventerous life is revealed Caverns is at first a light hearted read, but you soon find yourself drawn into the life of the hero, his triumphs and despair McGill is a flinger , a person who can teleport anything himself, other people, things anywhere that he s been before But even for a flinger, he does not lead a normal life due to unusual events in his life, when he was a newborn Much of the story revolves around McGill s growing up and learning to deal with his powers, as well as the assortment of people and aliens that take an interest in his life both good and bad.

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      Published :2019-09-21T06:22:47+00:00

    2 thoughts on “Caverns

    1. Kevin O'Donnell Jr. Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Caverns book, this is one of the most wanted Kevin O'Donnell Jr. author readers around the world.

    2. I read this trilogy ('Caverns,' 'Reefs,' 'Lava') plus the middling add-on 'Cliffs' in high school. It is enjoyable stuff. McGill, the lead character, is sympathetic, but reasonably complex. The setting, a medium-future Earth linked to the rest of the galaxy by 'flingers,' people who can teleport, is well-developed. The second book ('Reefs') stands out for a setting on an alien planet as oppressive and claustrophobic as any I have ever read.

    3. A story about a young man who wants to know why he was chosen at birth by a being wrapped in mystery. Not at all bad. The series doesn't wrap up with a neat bow, but then again, what does? An author who's not afraid to kill people. The deaths aren't always dramatic, either. As all too often happens in real life, death can be sudden. Jon, I hope you'll read this one and let me know what you think.

    4. It started out strong , but got really strange pretty quickly. I gave two stars because I lost interest. (I managed to finish it though)

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