Your name is Harry Vail and you alone know the terrifying truth--or do you...?
You are an expert on earthquakes and you fear their awesome power to the point of insanity. Now you are sure that an earthquake is building below your very feet. Your house, your family, your friends, your town, are about to be destroyed.
The cracks appearing in the walls...the "accidental" deaths of local people...the strange movements of inanimate objects--all increase the certainty of your belief and the urgency of your warnings to those around you. The trouble is, there are others who have another, even more frightening explanation for what is happening--and God help you all if they are right...
"A piercing shriek of fear and panic from page one to the shaking end!"
Eerie suspense...Arthur Herzog's "The Swarm" was mighty scary, but "Earthsound" is even more so!"
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - juniperSun - LibraryThing
Parts of this book are interesting, if you like to learn new facts. After losing his wife in a California earthquake, Vail, a former seismologist, has moved to New England because he can't stand the ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - DBeers - LibraryThing
This piece of trash is without doubt, the absolute worst novel I have ever read. How any editor or publisher could let this drek see the light of day is beyond me. I read it when it was first ... Read full review