Absolute Zero by Morgan Robertson audiobook

Absolute Zero

By Morgan Robertson
Read by Cathy Dobson

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0.65 Hours Unabridged
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“Absolute Zero” is a strange supernatural story about two marine artists who are friends and who work in adjoining studios. The younger of the two has been working on a strange painting for some time. It shows an odd scene onboard a ship. The deck is littered with dead bodies … and the center point of the painting is a huge, barefoot black sailor holding a young man aloft and about to dash him to his death on the icy deck. The artist himself does not know how he came up with the idea for the painting.

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“Absolute Zero” is a strange supernatural story about two marine artists who are friends and who work in adjoining studios. The younger of the two has been working on a strange painting for some time. It shows an odd scene onboard a ship. The deck is littered with dead bodies … and the center point of the painting is a huge, barefoot black sailor holding a young man aloft and about to dash him to his death on the icy deck. The artist himself does not know how he came up with the idea for the painting.

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Author Bio: Morgan Robertson

Author Bio: Morgan Robertson

Morgan Robertson (1861–1915) was an American short-story writer and novelist. The son of a ship’s captain, he spent several years at sea and then trained in jewelry making. He began writing sea stories when, after ten years as a diamond setter, his eyesight began to fail. Written in 1898, The Wreck of the Titan came to be seen as prophetic after the sinking of the Titanic in 1912. He is known as one of America’s best authors on the subject of the sea.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Fiction/Classics
Runtime: 0.65
Audience: Adult
Language: English