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By RussellJames | Comments: ( 692 ) | Date: ( Jan 20, 2020 )

Broke and desperate, paleontologist Grant Coleman gets the chance of a lifetime exploring a long sealed cave, the fabled home of a gigantic creatures NPS Ranger McKinley Stinson discovers a rancher s prize bull has been butchered by an airborne killer, and tracks the blood trail back to the re opened cavern But as she s about to arrest the trespassers, the unstable roofBroke and desperate, paleontologist Grant Coleman gets the chance of a lifetime exploring a long sealed cave, the fabled home of a gigantic creatures NPS Ranger McKinley Stinson discovers a rancher s prize bull has been butchered by an airborne killer, and tracks the blood trail back to the re opened cavern But as she s about to arrest the trespassers, the unstable roof collapses, trapping all Their only way out is at the cave system s far end But an eco system of terrifying mega fauna stands between them and freedom Death, double crosses, and a slew of monstrous cave creatures take their toll as the group battles to what they pray is an exit Will anyone survive this cavern of the damned

  • Title: Cavern Of The Damned
  • Author: RussellJames
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 416
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:


Russell R James was raised on Long Island, New York and spent too much time watching Chiller, Kolchak The Night Stalker, and Dark Shadows, despite his parents warnings Bookshelves full of Stephen King and Edgar Allan Poe didn t make things better He graduated from Cornell University and the University of Central Florida After a tour flying helicopters with the U.S Army, he now spins twisted tales best read in daylight His wife reads what he writes, rolls her eyes, and says There is something seriously wrong with you He has published the novels DARK INSPIRATION, SACRIFICE, BLACK MAGIC and DARK VENGEANCE, the compilations OUT OF TIME and TALES FROM BEYOND, as well as numerous short stories He founded the Minnows Literary Group He and his wife share their home in sunny Florida with two cats Drop by the website to kill some time with some short stories.

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Comments Cavern Of The Damned

  • Lilyn G. (Scifi and Scary)

    Review to come. Fun read.

  • Hunter Shea

    Cavern of the Damned is a wild ride through time that never lets up. If you grew up like me loving movies like Journey to the Center of the Earth, this book will make you feel like a kid again. James has written an excellent, in-depth cast of characters you can cheer on, as well as some world class bad guys you hope get stomped by the giant creatures in the cave. An excellent beach read for the summer!

  • Glenn Rolfe

    James at the top of his game!From start to finish, Cavern of the Damned is a thrilling, well-written, kick ass piece of dark fiction. James crafts real characters to life and places them next to impossible pre-historic creatures. Part The Descent, part reality TV, Cavern of the Damned delivers big.One of the most fun stories I've read this year and a top 5 contender for best horror novel of 2017.Highly recommended!I give CAVERN OF THE DAMNED 5 stars!

  • March Shoggoth Madness The Haunted Reading Room

    Review: CAVERN OF THE DAMNED by Russell JamesExciting creature horror with a huge dose of implacability leavened with hope and a strong helping of the endurance of the human spirit, CAVERN OF THE DAMNED introduces readers to an unopened, unmapped, cave system in Montana. Folks, this cave was blocked to good purpose. Unfortunately, greed is near unstoppable, and the combination of a Hollywood producer and a caver banned from Yellowstone for illegalities will get it open to exploration, with disas [...]

  • Marvin

    When I am reading certain books, usually of the horror adventure variety, I sometimes engage on a little fantasy game. I pretend I am a B movie producer considering this particular property to make as a film. I envision myself as a Roger Corman. A Samuel Z Arkoff. A William Castle with 21st century gimmicks. It can’t be any book. It has to be one that sends my imagination wheeling, that is a little cheesy but not too much so, and has lots of creative B movie type thrills and spills. Let’s no [...]

  • Kaisersoze

    Good, fun, light-hearted read with decent characters. It's a little padded out with the boyfriend side story, but otherwise the main storyline following the group trapped in the cave - complete with an against type lead - is engaging, exciting and hard to fault.Highly recommended.4 Stings You'd Want to Avoid for Cavern of the Damned.

  • Curtis

    Russell James has crafted a great horror adventure! The book opens up with a bang and doesn't let up until the excellent conclusion. Grant Coleman, a broke and desperate paleontologist, gets the chance of a lifetime exploring an ancient cave system In the Yellow Stone National Park that has never been explored before. He jumps at the chance. Afterall, he needs the money for his research. Grant is greatly disappointed when he discovers that the guy who hired him is doing a documentary film on the [...]

  • Nikki

    Well, I had no sooner finished saying that small creatures scare me more than large ones and then Russell James had to go and show me that enormous creatures and monsters can be just as scary too! It's been a long time since I've read a story that had such interesting characters and creatures. I'm hoping the hint at another adventure means there's another book in the works because James does great capturing things in such a way that it's both believable and horrifying.

  • Veronica

    Grant Coleman is broke financially so is willing to take a job he might normally refuse. He gets the chance to explore a long sealed cave. Unfortunately, he is sealed in with a group of people including a tough female Ranger and a prima donna (and not very smart) actress on a tv show. The book reads like a spoof of horror novels in a way with over sized monsters and outrageous characters. I really did enjoy reading the book for the sense of fun and mayhem. It came across like a spoof of some of [...]

  • Stuart West

    Russell James' Cavern of the Damned is one fun, fast, hella drive-in read if that makes any sense. It's a throwback to Mr. Big (Bert I. Gordon) films crossed with a modern-day taste for true suspense, gore, and psychology. This sucker zips, never a dull moment, as it details a doomed (damned?) cave spelunking adventure full of giant, spooky critters and human jackasses. The suspense is well-wrought, the scares honestly earned. I honestly didn't know how the heroes were gonna get out of that floo [...]

  • Cheryl

    Fast fun readThis was a fast-paced short book that reminded me of the monster movies I watched when I was a kid. To me it's kind of a cross between "Journey to the Centre of the Earth" and "Bats" (a movie starring Lou Diamond Phillips from back in the late 1990s).Paleontologist Dr. Grant Coleman, broke and without a job, is talked into going to Montana by a shady film producer/director and ends up being trapped in an ancient cavern with the film crew and a National Park Service ranger from Yello [...]

  • Catherine Cavendish

    Russell James never fails to entertain, thrill and hold my attention. Cavern of the Damned, with its fantastic creatures and gripping adventure, kept me glued to my Kindle. The author's ability to paint vivid word pictures swept me along through this story, full of scares, twists, turns and some pretty unsavoury people. As the central characters strived to escape from their cave hell, the battles they fought and dangers they encountered were fresh and real. Thoroughly enjoyed it. Another winner [...]

  • Teresa

    If you’re a fan of excellent, classic style horror stories, you’re in for a treat with Cavern of the Damned by Russell James. James skillfully weaves a tale that keeps you on the edge of your seat as you follow Grant Coleman and the accompanying film crew, and experience the terror of the unnatural dangers that await them inside a collapsed cave system. I almost read the entire book in one sitting as I couldn’t bear to put it down.

  • Toni Sue Smith

    I liked the thought that there could still be something out there waiting to be discovered we thought gone ey find fish thought to have died off millions of years ago,so why not giant bats. good read.fast paced.Fun to read.looking forward to the next installmentke that i go to read it for free on my Kindle Fire 10HD .☺

  • pamela k cronister

    Quite exciting a few surprisesI have to admit I don't read scary books very often anymore I'm more into the Jane Austen fanfare instead. But this one I thought why not it's been a while and I was pleasantly surprised the characters good plot just enough scarce to make it worthwhile

  • Sherrie Lynn Grimes

    Very goodWas a intresting book I normally don't read. This type of story but as I got into it really enjoyed

  • Katherine

    Fast readI read this in one sitting which is not something I normally do. I highly recommend this to everyone. Enjoy!

  • Rodney Moorhead

    This is a pretty fun, fast paced read.

  • Angela

    Super fun creature, creepy, crawly adventure. A quick fun read. Really enjoyed it!

  • Josh Randell

    Great B movie read.

  • Linda

    What a fun little romp! Great quick read, with quick plotting and superb editing. This would make a great movie.

  • Terri Schuler

    Reads like a B movie but was surprisingly good.

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