– Return to The Lost World –

It was true. It was all true.
And we were never meant to go there.


In December 2018, Ben Cartwright, former Special Forces soldier, and a team of naive explorers, followed the clues left by his ancestor to a hidden plateau in the middle of the Amazon jungle. It was said that once every 10 years, a secret pathway was revealed to a world long since gone.
They went, and what they found was a place of wonders and of horrors. Only Ben and his childhood love, Emma, survived. But when the doorway to the hidden world closed, Ben was trapped on the wrong side.

Arthur Conan Doyle’s Lost World turned out to be horrifyingly real. But it would be 10 years before the doorway opened again, and this time Emma would be ready. This time she had everything she needed to go back to that hellish place and survive. All she needed was for Ben to be alive when she got there.


PRIMORDIA II takes you to a prehistoric world, over mountains, through swamps, strange jungles, and to a primordial ocean, in the stunning sequel to the blockbusting PRIMORDIA.

AVAILABILITY: Coming May 14th – Preorder now.

What critics are saying:

“a cocktail of prehistoric cool.”
Grim Reader - 5 out of 5 stars
“Fathomless, has all the markings of a thoroughbred. Borrowing from Michael Crichton, Clive Cussler and, in this particular book, the Jaws man himself Peter Benchley – Fathomless is an engaging and intelligent novel that promises thrills and adventure and delivers.”
The Novel Pursuit - 5 out of 5 stars
“… combines the terror of Benchley’s JAWS with the primordial horror of Alten’s MEG in an adventure that is the best of both.”
Matthew Summers, Smash Dragons Book Reviews - 5 out of 5 stars
“… a fast-paced underwater adventure featuring intrepid explorers, cutting-edge technology, and antediluvian creatures of every description—well conceived and solidly executed.”
Michael R Collings Book Blog - 5 out of 5 stars
“An enjoyable, albeit terrifying, thriller recommended for everyone.”
Michael R Collings Book Blog - 5 out of 5 stars