CRUX

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In an experiment to discover what secrets are hidden within the infinite vastness of the galaxy, scientists create a machine so powerful that it rips a hole through space and time. But instead of revealing the dark world of their own universe the machine opens a gateway to a universe infinitely more horrifying … and infinitely evil.

After seven physicists vanish during a routine test of the highly guarded Hadron Super Collider in Geneva, a series of grisly murders also begin at the facility and an elite squad of American military operators are dispatched to discover the truth behind the hideous slaughter. Meanwhile, the sister of a missing scientist hires a mysterious, powerful stranger known only as Isaiah to discover the fate of her sister.

Working against time, the two teams risk everything in their quest to learn the insidious truth behind the most dangerous machine in the world, and soon find that the Super Collider did not just open a gateway to the furthest reaches of the galaxy: It opened a far more terrifying gateway, for it bridged the gulf between Earth and Hell and now denizens of the darkest dimension stalk the Earth as flesh and blood creatures to kill, steal, and destroy.

As a nuclear detonation fast approaches, the wounded survivors fight desperately to destroy the murderous creatures that have already emerged from the gateway and then seal the gateway itself …

Or there will be no world left to save.

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    CRUX Reviews

  • David Dalton

    While exciting, this was not my favorite thriller by James Byron Huggins. That would be either or . Seems as if the author went way overboard on the Supercollider and how evil the organization ...

  • Alan Loewen

    Pulp Adventure at its FinestReminiscent of the early pulps of Doc Savage, the Shadow, and the Spider, Huggins’ latest with its bigger-than-life characters and no-holds-barred plot is more pulp adven...

  • Bernard DeLeo

    Oh my… I have feared the Large Hadron Collider and all its copies being built in evolving layers of disaster, each larger than the one before. Here in reality, reality has changed since the first op...

  • Anadarko52

    Too much talkUnfortunately, this novel was not one of Huggin's best, in my opinion. There was way too much dialogue and the book took too long to get to the action. There was not enough action for the...

  • John R. Dailey Jr.

    THE DEVIL IS IN THE DETAILS, IT IS..Hello, this story is just plain okay. The theory behind the story is very good and interesting. The delivery needed a little help. Thanks....

  • John

    An adventure beyond space and timeAs humans we are always pushing the boundaries of science and faith but what if some boundaries are not meant to be crossed? What if there are some things we just sho...

  • Debbie (Can?t breathe w/o a BOOK) D

    Well ladies and gents,I’ve tried to get into this book and just can’t seem to catch on. I like this genre, and the synopsis is the reason I entered to win, and pleasantly surprised I did. Now, I...

  • Santosh

    I usually do not write reviews, especially I never write negative reviews. This is because perceptions vary and I do not want my perceptions to cloud the efforts of a good author, but this book is an ...

  • Lee Wallace

    James Byron Huggings unleashes fantasy and conspiracies theories in his new horror/thrilling adventure.The premise of the story is quite straight: one of the experiments inside the (in)famous CERN col...

  • kenneth L. Howard

    What a rush!Loved it and so will you! It had all the things needed to make a truly great story- action, supernatural,God, demons, crazed villains and multiple heroes! What a screenplay this would be, ...