Saturday, April 18, 2009

Book Review - SEA CHANGE by James Powlik

Sea Change by James Powlik
2000, 496 pages

A quick review. A group of scientists and doctors attempt to identify and defeat a strange force or creature that is killing people and animals along the coast of the Northwest, rapidly eating them alive and horribly dissolving their flesh.

Pretty fun book, it took me longer to read than usual, though a big part of that was being on vacation and working on some writing instead of reading, but the description of the killer in this is great, and appropriately gruesome, and reading in a hotel room looking out at the ocean was a perfect setting.


Next - Pipsqueak by Brian M. Wiprud

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