Genre: Horror; Suspense; Thriller
“It was hard to imagine my father as anything other than that to me, I couldn’t think of him as a killer”
A young woman named Dee steps into a world of discovery and fear. Having been brought up isolated from civilisation she is separated from her father and her so-called home. She sets out on a journey through a world of danger and mystery; risking everything to stay alive and reunite with her father Eli. Eli who leads a secret life, entwined in dark and dangerous military experiments that threaten human existence.
Other titles I have reviewed by Christopher John Aggett:
Deep book 2
This story takes MANY interesting turns. Even though they weren’t always huge leaps, it was as though every turn nearly changed the entire story, even down to its genre at some points. With each new shift, it feels like you’re getting closer to understanding the characters and the world, yet then comes another revelation that raises more questions…and fears.
That’s not to say any of it felt forced as throwing too many curveballs can sometimes do. The plot is thick and the author did an amazing job of pulling the audience in to the mind of the main character while also keeping the reader on their feet. I truly felt as scared and uncertain as if I were living the plot myself.
There’s plenty of suspense, action, and drama to please fans of adventure, dystopia, and horror. It was very well written at a fast pace and the world was well built. The ominous atmosphere of the story was kept up superbly, even through book 2 which I had to immediately jump into when I was done.
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~Sahreth ‘Baphy’ Bowden
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