Cave Diver By Jake Avila

Cave Diver By Jake Avila


Acclaimed explorer Rob Nash has lost his way. Grieving the death of his wife, and blaming himself, he sees no reason to carry on. But when his ‘Uncle’ Frank Douglas offers him the chance to lead a cave diving expedition in the jungles of Papua, Nash can see some light at the end of the tunnel.

But the expedition might not be what it seems. With a decades old Japanese submarine buried deep in a cavern, and a team hell-bent on unleashing the treasures it hides, Nash finds himself on a ship heading for danger. With a lethal band of criminals on board, who will stop at nothing to get the gold, Nash is fighting for his life. Whilst battling his own demons, can he forgive himself for the wrongs of his past – and survive the perils of the deep?

My Thoughts:

I loved the sound of this book, the plot sounded good and a little different from my usual reads. Having had a truly awful time of late, Rob gets an offer he can’t refuse to go and lead a cave diving expedition, he can finally breathe again. But not everything is as it seems, Rob is also trying to battle with his own personal issues, can he find a way to help himself or is he in even deeper water than he thought? I liked this read it was different and refreshing to read a thriller that is completely different. The ending was good though not what I was expecting at all.

I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.

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