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- Print Length: 240 pages
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- Publisher: BWB Pubishing (August 7, 2017)
- Publication Date: August 7, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072WL33DN
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So, I will wait on pins and needles for the next installment in the Aberration series, a science fiction horror thriller from indie author Bard Constantine, whose twisted take on horror never ceases to amaze me. And although it's been over a year since I read the first book, about the massacre and explosion at the mill in The Aberration, I had no problems quickly immersing myself into this fast-paced sequel. It helps tremendously that Constantine has a seeming fluency with the written language that is immersive. The lone survivor of the mill tragedy, Michael, teams up with the mysterious Guy to investigate another Aberration, this time at the bottom of the ocean. Led by a sociopathic billionaire with a team of heavily armed and heavily muscled special operatives (I'm thinking The Abyss meets Aliens here), the motley group venture into the heart of the Bermuda triangle and into another Aberration. Filled with the creepy, squishy terrifying monsters from your worst nightmares that will eviscerate you quicker than you can blink. I think my favorite beasties, if I can call them such, were the floating giant jellyfish with their long tentacle arms, reminiscent of translucent man-o-wars, with a human head inside the mushroom-shaped bodies. Now that's imagery that will stay with me for a while! A great read - kudos to the author!