RIP Tyde

RIP Tyde Legend has long spoken of the prehistoric monsters that silently glide through the waters surrounding Long Island in the Bahamas Locals know that some areas are better left unexplored Dean s Blue Hole

  • Title: RIP Tyde
  • Author: H.E. Goodhue
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 284
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Legend has long spoken of the prehistoric monsters that silently glide through the waters surrounding Long Island in the Bahamas Locals know that some areas are better left unexplored Dean s Blue Hole being one of them Blue holes are found throughout the world and the number is growing These expansive underwater caves call to divers, but remain largely unexplored CurLegend has long spoken of the prehistoric monsters that silently glide through the waters surrounding Long Island in the Bahamas Locals know that some areas are better left unexplored Dean s Blue Hole being one of them Blue holes are found throughout the world and the number is growing These expansive underwater caves call to divers, but remain largely unexplored Cursed with a strange name and dying marriage, Tyde Gregory, plans a last ditch effort to save his relationship Diving at Dean s Blue Hole on Long Island seems to be the only thing Tyde and his wife, Wendy, can agree upon As hope turns to horror, Tyde realizes that there are things far worse than a broken marriage.

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    1. I found this book at the end of another ebook. I love when they give you just enough of a story to go and buy it- this one cost me $2.99. The blurb: Legend has long spoken of the prehistoric monsters that silently glide through the waters surrounding Long Island in the Bahamas. Locals know that some areas are better left unexplored - Dean's Blue Hole being one of them.Blue holes are found throughout the world and the number is growing. These expansive underwater caves call to divers, but remain [...]

    2. Tyde Gregory sets out to save his marriage by taking wife Wendy on a diving vacation in the Bahamas. Little does Tyde know that the island he's chosen sits in a sea stuffed with hungry aquatic monsters, eager for the taste of human blood. A sinister scientist, a dynamic U.S. government agent, and quarreling local brothers all pursue different agendas as deep sea horrors finally amass and attack the island.This read like a first draft rushed to eBook. The characters were thin, the dialogue repeti [...]

    3. If you are looking for books with creature carnage then the only place to go is Severed Press. This is a great story about a couple who embark on a diving holiday to try to repair their failing marriage. Things take an unexpected turn for the worst and bodies start washing up in various states of disrepair. The story builds nicely and Goodhue makes you care about Tyde enough to keep reading towards a chaotic and satisfying conclusion. I love this sort of stuff. Turn your brain off, sit down and [...]

    4. I'm a fan of creature features. This most certainly didn't disappoint. There was a well told story mixed with the right amount of carnage one comes to expect from the guys at Severed Press. Goodhue really came through with characters you actually wanted to survive and escape the hell they have to face. If you haven't read Tidal Grave yet, do so first before you take a spin through RIP Tyde.

    5. This was a good book that provided me with several hours of enjoyable reading. The setting is a good one too. I do suggest before reading the first pages, to print out a photo of Dean's Hole in the Bahamas.

    6. Pretty bad. Lot of words left out of sentences. Probably not a lot of proof reading done. The last half was more interesting than the first half, but not great, and really not a thriller.

    7. Really liked it. Read it in 24 hrs! Great creatures, lots of action with good characters. Great beach read! Unless, of course, you want to go in the water!

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