Lloyd Biggle Jr.'s All the Colours of Darkness (Jan Darzak, Book 1) PDF

By Lloyd Biggle Jr.

ISBN-10: 0450024725

ISBN-13: 9780450024726

The common Transmitter corporation has perfected a way of topic transmission yet there were a chain of unexplicable disasters. inner most Investigator Jan Darzek is asked to attempt to determine what went wrong.

About Lloyd Biggle Jr
Lloyd Biggle, Jr. is among the old-time masters of technology fiction, with a protracted string of best-selling novels within the Sixties and Nineteen Seventies. in additional contemporary years, he moved to mysteries and suspense, growing a number of well known sequence, together with a collection of latest adventures of Sherlock Holmes.

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That recoil, determined by the ingenious apparatus Trinitus had invented, preserved the boat from certain ruin. It was the end of the tunnel; there was reason to fear that it terminated in a cul-de-sac. Trinitus, seeing the boat’s path closed in all directions, looked up, and perceived that the vault of the tunnel was lacking at this location. Having been horizontal, the submarine tunnel had become vertical, rising up perpendicularly. The scientist changed direction, and the vessel rose up like a balloon into the gulf, whose direction encouraged the presumption that it would open at the surface of the sea.

The sea, after having made the lava it submerged into an extraordinary city, had populated it with millions of animals and plants. The porticos, columns, pillars and buttresses were coated with living beings, which masked the cracks and 5 4 | V O Y A G E B E N E A T H T H E WAV E S protrusions of the rock. The stone disappeared beneath that magical flowering. Legions of fish were traveling through the arches; groups of zoophytes and polyps raised up their animated branches on every side; myriads of medusas hung from the vaults of grottoes like chandeliers abundantly laden with crystals.

Everywhere, on the rocks through which they had just made their way, a magnificent vegetation rose up. The sea, after having made the lava it submerged into an extraordinary city, had populated it with millions of animals and plants. The porticos, columns, pillars and buttresses were coated with living beings, which masked the cracks and 5 4 | V O Y A G E B E N E A T H T H E WAV E S protrusions of the rock. The stone disappeared beneath that magical flowering. Legions of fish were traveling through the arches; groups of zoophytes and polyps raised up their animated branches on every side; myriads of medusas hung from the vaults of grottoes like chandeliers abundantly laden with crystals.

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