Adrift (Adrift Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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And then everything goes dark. Dead. Phones, radio's, the ships engines, the back ups, even the back ups for the back up systems...all dead. Not a flashlight.--not even a wristwatch works...WTH_?!? At first there is confusion. A little fumbling around, some even thinking it's a joke...right up until the sound of screaming starts.
This is an absolutely terrifying --stand alone-- novel that will have you chewing eagerly through the pages! A very frightening concept. A little "stranded on the open ocean" ...a very dark and stormy ocean, and your aboard one of the most modern marvels made by man, suddenly, your trapped on-board a dead ship with an ancient horror from the earliest nightmares of humankind.
Wow... I was so impressed with K.R. Griffiths writing that I am diving right off into a series he's written starting with a book called "Panic" . If it's ANYTHING like ADRIFT, I will be very pleased....and scared.
I (usually) love when an author is brave enough to take an established mythos and give it their twist. That is the case here.
That it takes place aboard a ship at sea ups the ante for me. The sense that this is a place closed off and out of reach of the world lends more menace and desperation to the events.
The characters were plausible and (for the most part) likeable, and I grew to care for them. Even the "bad guys" had their shades of grey.
Since I'm catching up on reviewing recent reads, I can say I already bought and read the sequel immediately (review to follow).
Putting a bunch of people in a life threatening situation with nowhere to run is a favorite scenario for me. I enjoy trying to guess who steps up to the plate, who tucks tail and runs and who becomes part of the menu. There’s plenty of character’s to choose from and with only a few I actually was pulling for, that left a bunch as appetizers.
Adrift would be a killer movie. A whole lot of runnin and screamin and good old horror on the high seas. I ate it up.
I see he is writing a sequel, I am so excited!