There’s something wrong on Seagull Island. When the atmospheric conditions are right, a doorway opens to a primeval world of monsters. The locals won’t talk about it. They live in denial. But that’s all about to change. Johnny Horowitz, a much despised member of the paparazzi, has gotten a... show more
There’s something wrong on Seagull Island. When the atmospheric conditions are right, a doorway opens to a primeval world of monsters. The locals won’t talk about it. They live in denial. But that’s all about to change. Johnny Horowitz, a much despised member of the paparazzi, has gotten a glimpse of something from prehistory and he isn’t going to stop until he gets a photo of it. With Hurricane Amelia bearing down on the island, the doorway to the prehistoric sea is about to be thrown wide and Johnny plans on being there when it opens with camera in hand, regardless of the consequences.
Publish date: 14-10-2013
Publisher: Severed Press
Pages no: 103
Edition language: English
by Tim Curran I've been hearing Tim Curran is good for some time and have had this one and Dead Sea on my Kindle for a while, so I finally decided it's about time I read one of his books! This one called me first. I could see right away that the writing was good. The cover was enough to tell me ...
Post-reading:This novella did not redeem itself for me. Curran has a great idea here with his time gateway, which is the only reason I am giving this 2 stars instead of 1. My copy is marked up with spelling, punctuation, grammatical, and consistency errors. I would love for the author to see all of ...
"Leviathan" was a fairly run-of-the-mill monster horror book. As a story it was fine. But, it lacked some of the creativity that I have come to expect from Curran.3 STARS
When tabloid photograph Johnny Horowitz finds gnawed human bones on a remote stretch of beach, he uncovers a decades old secret, a gate to the Cretaceous period. What creatures will come through the gate and will they be Johnny's last chance at the big time?This is the third book in my Kindle Unlimi...
Pulp sci-fi/horror tale that reminded me of the monster movies that I watched when I was a kid. Imagine Godzilla but much nastier with full on horror elements. Very traditional story, but I found the dimension crossing elements to be very original and more than a little creepy.