Publish date: June 1st 2012
Publisher: Redrum Horror
Pages no: 332
Edition language: English
by Benjamin Kane Ethridge This one went strange on me. The first 2/3 was really good. Original concept about the mythological Ferryman who ferrys souls across the Styx river. Lots of action and well defined characters. Then near the end it goes sort of surreal. I enjoyed the read, but not so m...
could not even finish
Brainycat's 5 "B"s:blood: 3boobs: 1bombs: 1bondage: 2 blasphemy: 4 Bechdel Test: PASSDeggan's Rule: PASSGay Bechdel Test: FAILAn easy but deeply metaphorical read. Nobody in this story is without guilt or shame, and this is the basis of the narrative - when a jealous and petulant god is seeking to r...
The best way to describe Bottled Abyss is dark. Benjamin Kane Ethridge in his sinister and brooding style weaves a spellbinding tale that uses the mythos of the River Styx in a way only he can tell. He does this by exploring the psyches of his main characters, all of them flawed in some major fashio...
An incredibly dark, emotionally draining novel that will make your brain break out in a cold sweat. Ethridge borrows from Greek Mythology, yet takes the material and goes places you never expected by the road least travelled. A powerful work by a powerhouse of an imagination.