Deliverance (Hell Divers, #3) by Nicholas Sansbury Smith

Deliverance (Hell Divers, #3)

Left for dead on the nightmarish surface of the planet, Commander Michael Everhart and his team of Hell Divers barely escape with their lives aboard a new airship called Deliverance. After learning that Xavier “X” Rodriguez may still be alive, they mount a rescue mission for the long-lost hero.In the skies, the Hive is falling apart, but Captain Jordan is more determined than ever to keep humanity in their outdated lifeboat. He will do whatev...


Details Deliverance (Hell Divers, #3)

TitleDeliverance (Hell Divers, #3)
Author
Release DateMay 15th, 2018
PublisherBlackstone Publishing
LanguageEnglish
GenreScience Fiction, Apocalyptic, Post Apocalyptic, Dystopia, Audiobook
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Reviews Deliverance (Hell Divers, #3)

  • Kristen Burns
    1970-01-01
    4.5 StarsReview:*I received an ecopy of this book via NetGalley. This has not influenced my review.*This book was an emotional punch to the stomach---and I mean that in the best, most complimentary way possible!Parts of this book were so depressing and harsh and terrible that they were downright hard to read. Other parts of this book were so hopeful and wholesome that I actually teared up. All of this book was gripping and filled with intensity. ...
  • Michael Hicks
    1970-01-01
    Picking up on the heels of Hell Divers II: Ghosts finale, Michael Everheart and his small crew of Hell Divers set out to find the missing Xavier "X" Rodriguez after being abandoned by the traitorous Captain Jordan. Nicholas Sansbury Smith stretches his narrative wings a bit in Deliverance, giving readers insight into X's decade-long stint on Earth's hellscape through prolonged flashbacks, in between tackling the story's present-day timeline from ...
  • Cheryl
    1970-01-01
    I just finished reading an early Advanced Review Copy of this third book in the Hell Divers series provided by the publisher. Excellent. I will write a more detailed review as the publication date nears in 2018.UPDATE:"Time to live or time to die, he thought. Time to fight one more time."I just read the revised Advanced Reading Copy of this book. I just had shoulder replacement surgery and so this was a perfect time to sit back and read (between ...
  • Lilyn G. | Sci-Fi & Scary
    1970-01-01
    Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher for review consideration.I said in my review of Ghosts, the second book in the Hell Divers series, that I had no doubt that the author was going to pull something epic for the third book. I was right. While I wasn’t a huge fan of Ghosts, Deliverance was freaking awesome.I kind of want to squee and splutter words incoherently. ‘Cause X. So much X! The amount of X in this book totall...
  • Greg at 2 Book Lovers Reviews
    1970-01-01
    *4.5 StarsI’ve been a little bit off of "the series" for a while now. I like getting into a story, and when it’s done, moving on to the next. But there is something about the characters that Smith has created that pulled me back in for another dive to Hell.What I love most about this series is that the story hasn’t gotten at all repetitive. Smith has kept it fresh and exciting with a Martinesque rotation of characters and new villains with ...
  • Lisa Omstead
    1970-01-01
    In this powerful third installment of the Hell Divers series, we finally learn the whereabouts of Xavier Rodriguez and glimpse his horrendous ten-year journey on the toxic post-apocalyptic Earth. A lot of loose ends are tied up, however, a few new ones have emerged.Murderous, megalomaniac Captain Jordan of the airship Hive makes the perfect villain you’ll love to hate.
  • Empress Reece (Hooked on Books)
    1970-01-01
    4.5 stars...I'm a huge fan of the Hell Divers series and Xavier Rodriguez. The first book was one of my top favorite books of 2016. The second book was o.k. but it didn't move me like book one. This last book however was really good - almost as good as the first! And actually I probably would have enjoyed it even more if I didn't listen to the audiobook. I know, I know, I'm in the minority but I'm sorry, I just don't like R. C. Bray's narration. ...
  • Cynthia Terrones
    1970-01-01
    THE BEST BOOK IN THE SERIES BY FAR!!!!!!A MUST READ BOOK TO ONE GREAT SERIES, KEEP THE KLEENEX HANDY PLEASE!!!!What an awesome, awesome book. This is for sure one book and series I would recommend to everyone. Without giving anything away, as pretty much anything said would do that, I'll try my best to explain why it's a must read. With Michael (Tin), Layla, Rodger Doger, Magnolia, Captain Jordan, Katrina & X (Xavier) many things are all happenin...
  • Steve
    1970-01-01
    A brilliant conclusion to the series. There was a lot to wrap up, but this book did it: numerous threads, characters, and important locations. In the end, things were not only tied up but tied together in a way that was very satisfying for anyone anxiously awaiting the release of book #3.
  • Leslie Bryant
    1970-01-01
    My heart is just racing - I wish I had the words to say how great, and unique, and thrilling this series is. I actually have to stop reading, take a breath, walk around and then right back to it. Nick has brought his characters to life; given us horrific creatures, venomous creepy plants, vicious cannibals and traitorous people as Michael, Roger, Layla and Magnolia continue their search for X. He somehow keeps us totally captured in his words and...
  • Craig Pearson
    1970-01-01
    Though this is the third book in the Hell Divers series it is easy to pick up on the story line. The most interesting character is Captain Jordan. He honestly believes he is acting for the common good of mankind but has let absolute power go to his head. My only major issue with the book is the going back and forth in time as a writers technique. it was very hard to follow. The nuclear war that devastated the planet apparently happened 250 years ...
  • Tanya Procknow
    1970-01-01
    I do love this series. I can never guess where it’s headed next and that’s unusual. Great continuation and I’m already looking forward to the next. Thanks Netgalley.
  • BookLoversLife
    1970-01-01
    Having found out the truth about X, Michael sets off with his team, in the new ship, to find him. Both of them were abandoned by Captain Jordan and both are struggling to survive the new world they find themselves in. Can they come together before it's too late?Wow! This book!!! Here's me thinking this series can't get any better, but yet again I'm proved wrong. This was..... I can't even form coherent words to express my thoughts!! Brilliant, ex...
  • Laurel
    1970-01-01
    What an absolute treat to be able to reenter the post-apocalyptic world of the Hell Divers. The first book blew me away, the second book was duly devoured, and this third book was no less of a hell-ride. Approximately 250 years after the world went to hell in a nuclear war that destroyed the surface of the planet, airships ply the skies over what used to be the USA, unable to land on the blasted - and dangerous - earth. Now aged and falling apart...
  • Tim
    1970-01-01
    It is easy to be concerned that sequels to a great book may pale in comparison. Thankfully the third He’ll Divers book is just as good as the first two. While all three have the same characters and world, each book is different from each other in its action and focus. I found this book to be a joy to read. To me this author puts in the work to ensure everything is as good as it can be. The multiple characters feel real and are all flawed and I ...
  • Susan
    1970-01-01
    Amazing!I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. I also purchased the ebook from Amazon. This third book in the series, was another non-stop action adventure thrill ride. Excellent writing provided vivid descriptions of the landscape and the characters. The story was a page turner with rich subplots that were woven together to make one fantastic read. This is one of my favorite series in the genre and this installment is the best yet! ...
  • Debbie Winfield
    1970-01-01
    This has got to be my favourite series set in an apocalyptic world. I love the characters and the world the author has created. It’s always fraught with danger and you know that someone isn’t going to make it as it was with the previous books. I was pumped to find out there will be a 4th book. I’m definitely preordering it and I recommend you go so the same if you’ve read these books. If not you really don’t know what your missing out o...
  • Joshua Chadd
    1970-01-01
    Hell Divers FTWWhat another epic chapter in the series! I picked up the first book on sale a while back and before I'd even finished I preordered the 2nd one. Then I got this one and read it right away. I love these books and I'm so glad we got to see more of X and Miles in this one! I can't wait for the next one! (Already have it pteordered)!NSS is an apocalyptic writer of epic proportions!
  • A. Hunt
    1970-01-01
    A fab ending to an exciting series! RTC
  • Hans P Melius
    1970-01-01
    Great! I can’t wait for the fourth book! The world is dead and full of dangers for our Helldivers. Following X on his journey across the land was excellent.
  • Nikki
    1970-01-01
    Another NSS book where I went into it expecting it to be the end of the series. And then BOOM, we’re told at the end to expect a 4th book. A lot of the stuff from the 3 books was wrapped up in this one so I really only see one way for the 4th book to go. Hunt down the cannibals and find a place on Earth that is safe to settle the humans currently living in the sky. I was super happy to see Lance get what he had coming to him and the hands of so...
  • Daniela Ark's Bookiverse
    1970-01-01
    OK. THIS WAS JUST EPICALLY OUTSTANDINGWARNING if you thought my review of book 1 was over the top, beware:- This is a totally insane fangirl review.- Coherence dives down to Hell!- No restrain will be exercised whatsoever.- There will be idiotic babbling and shameless siren shrieking.- The words “epic” and “epically” and synonymous will be copiously used. If you tend to roll your eyes at mega emotional reviews you may end up blind and l...
  • Anita
    1970-01-01
    I don't like to give specific details when reviewing a book, but instead focus on the emotions and purpose of the story line. So, my thoughts on Hell Divers 3, is that this third book of the Hell Divers series tops the charts for action! Every page is fraught with monsters, human and animal, trying to survive in a future some would think not worth living. Friendships are betrayed, love is tested and in the end, the ultimate question is will the h...
  • Mike Keller
    1970-01-01
    We dive so humanity survives', but the Hive doesn't have enough Hell Divers left to dive! Captain Jordan has a plan to fill the ranks and secure his status as the man who saved humanity, whatever the cost.SPOILER ALERT!!!!!!If you haven't read Hell Divers and Hell Divers II, Ghosts, then this review of Hell Divers III, Deliverance, will contain spoilers about what happened before. If you haven't read the first two books in the Hell Divers Series,...
  • Jeannie Mancini
    1970-01-01
    Life in the sky aboard the airship Hive has gotten increasingly worse since the story of the Hell Divers left off in the last installment. Food rations have been cut back to critically low levels, water is scarce, the occupants both below decks and on the upper decks are showing more signs of radiation cancer, brawls and mutiny schemes are increasing, and if that isn’t bad enough, the Hive’s newest leader Captain Jordan appears to have become...
  • Josh Levine
    1970-01-01
    To say that I have been anxiously awaiting this book release would be an understatement. The wait between books two and three seemed to just drag on. The wait, however, was well worth it as this entry in the Hell Divers series exceeded every expectation I had. As is the usual, the action scenes in this book were well thought out and kept me hooked. The storylines taking place throughout the story were split up enough to keep me wanting more. That...
  • Sheryl
    1970-01-01
    Warning: This review contains spoilers to the first two books in the series, so don’t read it if you haven’t read those books and don’t want them to be spoiled for you.Well, I didn’t love this one as much as I loved the first two. Surprisingly, the first two-thirds of the book kind of dragged a bit for me. I mean, it was still interesting and things happened but not enough happened and it seemed like it was more of the same old, same old....
  • Steve Lucido
    1970-01-01
    Ouch! So despite the promising beginning, so promising I was able to suspend disbelief to overlook things like the idea of a highly stratified and diverse population of only 500 that existed on an airship, by this installment however of the series the holes and problems with the story really begin to show and the series as a whole really starts to fall out of the sky (pun intended). This book picks up right after the end of the 2nd book. Captain ...
  • J.D. Lasica
    1970-01-01
    If you’re familiar with Nicholas Sansbury Smith’s post-apocalyptic sci-fi thriller series “Hell Divers,” then you already know the lad can write and tell stories that will keep you turning the pages.If you’re not, well, all you need to know is that “Hell Divers III: Deliverance,” the third entry in the series, is as good an introduction as any to the author’s storytelling talents. In fact, I think this may be Smith’s most absorb...
  • Melissa Levine
    1970-01-01
    My husband introduced me to Nicholas Sansbury Smith and two of his series’ Hell Divers and Extinction Cycle. I’ve loved both. My husband and he are friends online, and he sent me a pre-edit copy of Hell Divers book 3, which was very cool! Needless to say, the series just keeps getting better and better, and I’m curious as to what’s going to happen in book 4. With the pre-edit version, I would have to say that Mr. Sansbury Smith? Mr. Smith...