Pandora

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  • Joshua Grant
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  • 25 May 2019
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About the Author: Joshua Grant

Kindle Edition ç Pandora PDF ´ pandora ebok, PandoraPandora PDF/EPUBJoshua Grant is a caring, hardworking chap who has hadthan his fair share of adventure He has survived a flash flood, encountered numerous bears, and sailed the ocean blue Josh loves to read, write, play video games, and occasionally read up on the crazy science that s happening in the world, but most of all he loves just getting people together to love, laugh, and grow alongside each other Currently, Josh makes a living teaching and working with kids in various environments, with the occasional novel always in the works To learn about his work, go to diabolicshrimp.


PandoraKindle Edition ç Pandora PDF ´ pandora ebok, PandoraPandora PDF/EPUB% of this product s profits help fund ocean exploration Evil is rising Shortly after retrieving a survivor from the ill fated research vessel La Magia, cruise ship Emerald Rose mysteriously disappears But evil isn t content to stay lost forever The ship reemerges a week later transmitting a single word Pandora prompting business tycoon Patrick Carver to send out a team to investigate He seeks out Aubrey Pittenger for reasons beyond her She s not a soldier or a rescuer, just a doctor who spent the last year suffering from the loss of her little girl Yet when Carver makes her an offer she can t refuse, she finds herself hurtling toward the crumbling ship and the dark things that flit through its once elegant hallways Mercenary Julian Eduardo receives a similar offer Having lived most of his life on one battlefield or another, he now fights to ensure his little brother Ricardo won t have to follow in his blood soaked footsteps But all is not as it seems aboard the Emerald Rose, and evil comes in many forms Carver s cutthroat team will have to band together if they hope to survive the night and find the essence of hope, the hope they ve all been searching for, the distant promise at the bottom of Pandora s Box.

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10 thoughts on “Pandora

  1. Stjepan Cobets says:

    My rating 4.7The book Pandora The Organization 1 by Joshua Grant is a very good horror book in which warns of the greed of individuals who would like to experience immortality regardless of the price they have to pay When Pandora s Box is opened it s certain that only pure evil will come out of that box The cruise ship Emerald Rose was sent to find survivors of the research vessel La Magia but find only one survivor After that, the ship Emerald Rose disappears for a week When the boat My rating 4.7The book Pandora The Organization 1 by Joshua Grant is a very good horror book in which warns of the greed of individuals who would like to experience immortality regardless of the price they have to pay When Pandora s Box is opened it s certain that only pure evil will come out of that box The cruise ship Emerald Rose was sent to find survivors of the research vessel La Magia but find only one survivor After that, the ship Emerald Rose disappears for a week When the boat reappeared on the radar, attempts to contact the ship were unsuccessful and Patrick Carver s owner sent a group of specialists to find out what happened Patrick Carver, for just the well known reasons in that group of military specialists, includes Dr Aubrey Pittenger Although she does not know why she is sent to that ship with military specials, she still accepts his financial proposal because it needs money to research the disease that killed her daughter But what they find on the cruise ship Emerald Rose is purely evil and it is obvious that this evil does not want to stay on board but wants to expand to the whole world Soon they discover that nothing is accidental because behind all these events is hiding conspiratorial group The Organization The author draws us into the story full of deception, lies and unscrupulous individuals who would stop at nothing to achieve their insane goals If you want to enjoy a suspenseful and tense horror then this is the book for you

  2. Empress Reece (Hooked on Books) says:

    4.5 starsIn all of the horror books I ve read, I ve never really encountered a mutating creature quite like this one It was different that s for sure I decided to go with 4 stars instead of 5 just because I still don t particularly understand that horrible creature s plan and how it s going to be mankind s savior I got the impression from the ending there would be a follow up story featuring Julian and the Dr but the synopsis of book two sounds like its about an entirely different affair 4.5 starsIn all of the horror books I ve read, I ve never really encountered a mutating creature quite like this one It was different that s for sure I decided to go with 4 stars instead of 5 just because I still don t particularly understand that horrible creature s plan and how it s going to be mankind s savior I got the impression from the ending there would be a follow up story featuring Julian and the Dr but the synopsis of book two sounds like its about an entirely different affair that the Organization has its claws in Julian and the Dr were the only characters I really cared about so I do hope they ll be back Going to have to read and find out Read for 2018 AMMP Bairn Bingo Koala Read for 2018 AMMP Trim A Tree Read for 2018 AMMP Gifts for the Wild

  3. Chris Wright says:

    I usually hate getting the train to work every morning and back every evening The monotony can really snuff the life out of you But I decided to read this book while on the train It s the first time in the history of public transportation that I actually never wanted to reach my destination I just wanted to keep reading on I got hooked There are plenty of page turning twists that nearly made me miss my train stops And NOT reading this book while walking to work was a conscious effort The I usually hate getting the train to work every morning and back every evening The monotony can really snuff the life out of you But I decided to read this book while on the train It s the first time in the history of public transportation that I actually never wanted to reach my destination I just wanted to keep reading on I got hooked There are plenty of page turning twists that nearly made me miss my train stops And NOT reading this book while walking to work was a conscious effort The plot was cleverly weaved and there wasn t a chapter that didn t either didn t put a smile on my face or have me looking forward to the next opportunity to flick through these suspenseful pages.The characters were colourful and interesting, and I connected with the protagonists in no time the monsters were cleverly and creatively described Joshua can really paint a grizzly picture if he wants to I also enjoyed Joshua s sarcasm in the narrative or during a character s thoughts, and the analogies were often hilarious.Talking about thoughts the characters probably thought a bit TOO much for my liking, but that didn t make the read any less enjoyable There were just times when I just wanted to scream into a pillow Julian for % sake just stop overthinking and run through the wall if you have to Basically, Joshua wanted me to bite my nails to the bone, and he almost succeeded Have never experience anxiety attacks from reading a book So, big clap to the author.As you can gather, the pacing was equal to squeezing the trigger of a machine gun, and the structure of the scenes was aesthetically balanced with creative descriptions, clever narrative, overwhelming action and engaging dialogue Although I ve never read a story with so many dashes breaking paragraph momentum, it actually worked in this suspenseful masterpiece.I hope there s a sequel to this out soon Pandora was a brilliant read and Joshua is a very talented storyteller I ll be Watching him closely. pun intended.I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a good horror book full of suspense The touch of sci fi and mystery will also draw you in like a moth to a flame 5 STARS for Pandora

  4. Peter Kazmaier says:

    If I were to describe Joshua Grant s Joshua Grant novel PANDORA in one line it would be the movie ALIENS enacted on a cruise ship.A cruise ship suddenly goes missing and then reappears one week later All attempts to contact the ship fail and the ship s owner dispatches his own security team ostensibly to see what s happening before governments and the military takeover the investigation.The investigating security team knows not only that something is seriously wrong with the ship, but also tha If I were to describe Joshua Grant s Joshua Grant novel PANDORA in one line it would be the movie ALIENS enacted on a cruise ship.A cruise ship suddenly goes missing and then reappears one week later All attempts to contact the ship fail and the ship s owner dispatches his own security team ostensibly to see what s happening before governments and the military takeover the investigation.The investigating security team knows not only that something is seriously wrong with the ship, but also that the investigation is being handled in a completely unorthodox manner However, the ship s owner, Carver, knows exactly how to manipulate each member of the team to keep them on mission despite their serious misgivings He also seems to have enough influence to keep normal modes of disaster investigation at bay.This book is nonstop action delivered in frightening detail, with surprises at every turn As readers we explore the devastated ship with the team as they suffer terrible casualties Having traveled on several cruises, the layout was reminiscent of my own trips except for the massive destruction of course and that bizarre warping of a familiar and pleasant scene only added to the impact.Grant is an excellent storyteller and the plot is well thought out The fine descriptions put me into the midst of the action and kept me reading.For my part, I found the coarse language jarring and distracting, but I realize for many readers this would make the tense, life threatening scenesrealistic.In summary, if you like Science fiction that comes across as Horror, then I think you will like this book

  5. Groovy Lee says:

    Pandora is an engaging horror novel written by a talented author, Joshua Grant His detail to character descriptions and surroundings makes it all vividly real A cruise ship named the Emerald Rose has disappeared with all the vacationers aboard it When it mysteriously reappears, there s nothing left but an evil creature named Watcher A team is assembled to retrieve the ship and find out what happened But of all the members that board it to find out, how many will survive It should be made i Pandora is an engaging horror novel written by a talented author, Joshua Grant His detail to character descriptions and surroundings makes it all vividly real A cruise ship named the Emerald Rose has disappeared with all the vacationers aboard it When it mysteriously reappears, there s nothing left but an evil creature named Watcher A team is assembled to retrieve the ship and find out what happened But of all the members that board it to find out, how many will survive It should be made into a movie

  6. Simon Nelson says:

    This book is creepy The monster concepts were cool I really like the last hundred pages particularly reminds me of the early 90s horror films I used to love watching The main characters seem one dimensional at times but ultimately it s a good read if you have the time

  7. Carole P. Roman says:

    Filled with suspense, Joshua Grant knows how to build a powerful story that will keep the reader on the edge of his or her seat Grant dives right into a story of a deadly cruise masterfully building both terror and tension as the plot unfolds Mysterious Watchers are pitted against a hand picked team who must unravel the mystery The book moves fast, is vividly written and perfect for action junkies.

  8. Brenda Davies says:

    I shouldn t have read this, I m about to go on a cruise holiday and I know I will be thinking about this book when I m on the boat On this cruise ship the passengers wind up dead because there are monsters on board OMG, I know this is horror, I expected to be scared but it made me shiver with anticipation and gasp from the vivid descriptions The plot plays out like a film it would make an excellent one with plenty of action, twists and turns The writing is descriptive and the characters re I shouldn t have read this, I m about to go on a cruise holiday and I know I will be thinking about this book when I m on the boat On this cruise ship the passengers wind up dead because there are monsters on board OMG, I know this is horror, I expected to be scared but it made me shiver with anticipation and gasp from the vivid descriptions The plot plays out like a film it would make an excellent one with plenty of action, twists and turns The writing is descriptive and the characters realistic so you are drawn in to each one, experiencing their emotions and being completely scared in the process Joshua also has a sense of humour and this comes across in the book giving the reader some breathing space from the gore and horror.An excellent, well written book that horror readers will love, I know I did

  9. Grady says:

    And that s not even the strangest part There s a survivor Author Joshua Grant makes his literary debut with PANDORA the first installment in a series, this being subtitled File No 1 , In addition to writing he is a teacher and works with children in churches and other environments On his website he offers in an interview the following It s funny to see people s reactions when I tell them I write horror, especially when I m working in the elementary school and church environments They And that s not even the strangest part There s a survivor Author Joshua Grant makes his literary debut with PANDORA the first installment in a series, this being subtitled File No 1 , In addition to writing he is a teacher and works with children in churches and other environments On his website he offers in an interview the following It s funny to see people s reactions when I tell them I write horror, especially when I m working in the elementary school and church environments They get this wide eyed look and go oh really It s pretty funny Horror is such a broad category so we can probably classify it better I generally tell people I write survival horror or dark adventure Of course, when I explain those categories to people, they typically give me the same oh really anyway I tend to have a pretty cinematic writing style I like a lot of tight description and emotion I like the reader to really see the world and experience it through one character s thoughts and emotions I also enjoy writing a lot of frantic action scenes Joshua shares that he is a loving caring guy with a mild case of misadventure He has survived a flash flood, encountered several bears, and has sailed the ocean blue In commenting on his debut book, Joshua states in an interview, In Pandora, my main character Julian is fighting for a better life for his younger brother Ricardo Julian and Ricardo are two kids from around the world I ve supported in their struggle against poverty So a third of my characters generally have hidden meanings like that, mostly just to write a bit of my own soul into the books Pandora is an actiony horror thriller that takes place on a derelict cruise ship After responding to a distress signal, the cruise ship Emerald Rose disappears It returns a week later transmitting a single word Pandora thus prompting an investigation by a Special Forces team They quickly discover that not everything aboard the Emerald Rose is as it appears to be and find themselves in a fight for their survival against horrible creatures and an impending worldwide apocalypse It is difficult to believe PANDORA is Joshua s initial book, so polished and erudite is his prose and his graceful way with painting scenes so credibly He allows us to share his love for his characters and each character becomes three dimensional almost as soon as we meet them Yes this is a horror story, but it is also brushed with enough comic relief that it allows the tale to stand tall and breathe.But to the story, well summarized by Joshua Evil is rising Shortly after retrieving a survivor from the ill fated research vessel La Magia, cruise ship Emerald Rose mysteriously disappears But evil isn t content to stay lost forever The ship reemerges a week later transmitting a single word Pandora prompting business tycoon Patrick Carver to send out a team to investigate He seeks out Aubrey Pittenger for reasons beyond her She s not a soldier or a rescuer, just a doctor who spent the last year suffering from the loss of her little girl Yet when Carver makes her an offer she can t refuse, she finds herself hurtling toward the crumbling ship and the dark things that flit through its once elegant hallways Mercenary Julian Eduardo receives a similar offer Having lived most of his life on one battlefield or another, he now fights to ensure his little brother Ricardo won t have to follow in his blood soaked footsteps But all is not as it seems aboard the Emerald Rose, and evil comes in many forms Carver s cutthroat team will have to band together if they hope to survive the night and find the essence of hope, the hope they ve all been searching for, the distant promise at the bottom of Pandora s Box Irresistible Yes, even for those who prefer the mystery end of horror This quite simple is a superb book and the introduction of a very promising young novelist Highly Recommended

  10. Ashley Mehrens says:

    It was like one of those explosion filled action flicks that s short on plot and long in action sequences Pandora had a really neat premise and an even neater potential plot I do think some of that promise went unfulfilled though as the same sort of action sequence was reenacted over and over with the same few characters I felt that the characters all fit your stereotypical molds, and the dialogue got almost cheesy at times Both the plot and the dialogue got particularly cliche, almost amusi It was like one of those explosion filled action flicks that s short on plot and long in action sequences Pandora had a really neat premise and an even neater potential plot I do think some of that promise went unfulfilled though as the same sort of action sequence was reenacted over and over with the same few characters I felt that the characters all fit your stereotypical molds, and the dialogue got almost cheesy at times Both the plot and the dialogue got particularly cliche, almost amusingly so Overall, it was the sort of book perfect to read on a flight or.dare I say.a cruise when you want something light and amusing