Tag: book review

Borne of the Deep by Michael Patrick Hicks

Recruited to recover a stolen tome, Salem Hawley journeys to Arkham, Massachusetts, along with an acquaintance he doesn’t trust. As rain sets in and worsens, it seems to summon creatures from the sea, and Salem finds he can’t outrun their horrific schemes, yet help… Continue Reading “Borne of the Deep by Michael Patrick Hicks”

Stranded by Renee Miller

Six contestants pair off into three teams, eager to be a part of the pilot season for a new reality show where victory will land half a million dollars in their pockets. All they have to do is overcome the environment and earn points… Continue Reading “Stranded by Renee Miller”

Into the Drowning Deep by Mira Grant

A crew has been assembled following the failed voyage of the Atargatis years prior, seeking answers as to what exactly happened to the ship’s people. Victoria Stewart knows her sister is gone, but she’s unable to rest until the puzzle is solved – are mermaids… Continue Reading “Into the Drowning Deep by Mira Grant”