The Heavenfield

The Heavenfield The HeavenField is a fast paced science fiction thriller set within a British experimental Scientific Research Facility When Grace Palmer and her team discover a way into a mysterious world they name

  • Title: The Heavenfield
  • Author: I.G. Hulme
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Audiobook
  • The HeavenField is a fast paced science fiction thriller set within a British experimental Scientific Research Facility.When Grace Palmer and her team 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 Field with no way to retThe HeavenField is a fast paced science fiction thriller set within a British experimental Scientific Research Facility.When Grace Palmer and her team 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 Field with no way to return As their air supplies run low and their equipment starts to fail, their nightmares begin to play out before them

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      Published :2019-08-09T07:00:55+00:00

    About "I.G. Hulme"

    1. I.G. Hulme

      Hello, my name is I G Hulme, and I am the author of The Heavenfield, a novel released in print, e book, and free audiobook available at the Heavenfield website.The sequel story, The Dead Man s Feast, is currently available in Print and e Book format.

    452 thoughts on “The Heavenfield”

    1. 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 and/or otherwise unlikely actions by the characters were often used to drive the plot.Rather than paste my longer review in all four part books, I'll just link to it here.


    2. Though I still question 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.


    3. I'm afraid things went downhill a bit in this sequel. The characters are not living up to the promise they showed at the outset, and some plot problems have seriously affected the believability of the story. It's still interesting and I'll keep going with the series, but I'm getting worried that the author is not going to follow through on the promise of the first installment.





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