[REVIEW] Rolling in the Deep – Mira Grant

Mira Grant
Rolling in the Deep
Subterranean (US: 6th April 2015)
Buy (US)

NOTE: I first published this on Speculative Chic.

Climb aboard the SS Atargatis for a fantastic journey exploring the Mariana Trench. But beware of what lies beneath the surface…

The scientists want to research, but are forced to share the ship with a TV crew filming a pseudo-scientific documentary about possible sea monsters. The network has also sent along professional mermaids to swim in the shadows on camera.

Don’t get too attached, though. We’re warned upfront: no one returns home.

Mira Grant’s Rolling in the Deep is a killer adventure at sea – and below. The large cast of characters are sometimes hard to keep track of and their department, though my favourites are David and Jessica.

And good news, everyone! Into the Drowning Deep, a companion novel, will be published in November, so there’s more “aquatic horror” to anticipate.

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2 responses to “[REVIEW] Rolling in the Deep – Mira Grant

  1. I’m really excited to read this one. It sounds like a really fun read. Well, if you can consider “aquatic horror” to be fun. 😉

    • It was fun! I’m so lucky there was a print edition in one of the libraries in my state – otherwise I never would have been able to read it. Not a fan of Subterranean Press’s geo-blocking their eBooks, and making their print books “limited” instead of more widely available.

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