Tag: book review

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”

Broken Shells by Michael Patrick Hicks

Recently fired from his job, Antoine DeWitt still has a family to support, so when a winning Money Carlo ticket is discovered in his mail, he can’t help the small amount of hope that his luck has turned around – five thousand dollars would… Continue Reading “Broken Shells by Michael Patrick Hicks”

Terminal by Michaelbrent Collings

What appears to be an ordinary fog rolling in seems more menacing as ten people are trapped inside a bus terminal, unable to contact the outside world or even step outside the door. They’re at the mercy of an entity calling themselves The Other,… Continue Reading “Terminal by Michaelbrent Collings”