Publish date: 2007-01-01
Publisher: Elder Signs Press
Pages no: 332
Edition language: English
Need some cash? A three week job. $15,000. Easy money. Until the freighter you are on sails thru the “Sargasso Graveyard” and is violently thrown into another dimension full of sea creatures that are starting to pick off the crew one by one. You’re not in Kansas anymore, Dorothy. Damn…should have st...
4.5* rounded up to 5.This was another hit from Tim Curran!A ship and her crew encounters a dense, endless fog. From there it's all downhill for them. There is no way for me to impart to you the descriptive skills of Mr. Curran. They are simply outstanding. He made me see creatures that I could never...
A truly creepy tale that evolves like your worst nightmares, slowly and inexorably, shredding your sanity along the way. If Jaws didn't keep you out of the water, Dead Sea will.
this is a big, meaty slice of steaming cthulhu-horror goodness. somewhere near the sargasso sea, a sinister fog envelopes a ship, its crew, and an often ostentatiously manly group of contractors... and deposits them in some horrible other-dimension. this new world is just that: "new", in the sense o...
3.5 StarsGreat characterization. A truly meaty read that I found to be like a Porterhouse steak. So juicy and thick, but halfway through I was tired of chewing. Saks and some dialogue were just too much. I was seriously wishing someone would knock off Saks early on. His jokes became overly irritatin...
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